Set to the backdrop of a global pandemic, the S.W.A.T. team faces challenges like they’ve never experienced before, both personally and professionally. From securing a safe memorial service for a beloved pop star, to saving Guatemalan activists from a hitman, to exposing a white nationalist sympathizer within their own ranks, the team must work against the clock to keep Los Angeles safe. Meanwhile, Hondo’s (Shemar Moore) loyalty is torn between the Black community and his brothers in blue, as he reckons with racial tension in LA, both past and present. Street (Alex Russell) explores his boundaries with his mother and his love life, while Chris (Lina Esco) grieves an unexpected loss and Luca (Kenny Johnson) aids the team from afar. Deacon (Jay Harrington) struggles with the public's changing attitudes towards police officers, Tan (David Lim) celebrates his love for Bonnie and team friction builds when a chance to work abroad gets competitive. Whether busting an elusive sex trafficking ring or helping hostages escape from a seized courthouse, at the end of the day, the team must not only come together but also consider who they are and what they stand for individually.


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Shemar Moore – Daniel “Hondo” Harrelson
Jay Harrington – David “Deacon” Kay
Alex Russell – Jim Street
Lina Esco – Christina “Chris” Alonso
Kenny Johnson – Dominique Luca
David Lim – Victor Tan
Patrick St. Esprit – Commander Robert Hicks


Shawn Ryan (Executive Producer)
Aaron Rahsaan Thomas (Executive Producer)
Justin Lin (Executive Producer)
Neal Moritz (Executive Producer)
Marney Hochman (Executive Producer)
Pavun Shetty (Executive Producer)
Billy Gierhart (Executive Producer)
Andy Dettmann (Executive Producer)
Alison Cross (Executive Producer)


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Nicole Smith
Director, Talent Relations and Publicity