TV Show Review: Six – 2 soap operas stars

Because I don’t like soap operas!

Unfortunately I abandoned this series at episode 3. I wish I could give it more than three stars but I can’t

About the Show


HISTORY’s new military combat drama series “SIX,” makes its series debut on Wednesday, January 18 at 10PM ET/PT. The eight episode first season of “SIX” follows members of Navy SEAL Team Six, modern American warriors, whose covert mission to eliminate a Taliban leader in Afghanistan goes awry when they uncover a U.S. citizen working with terrorists. Inspired by real missions, the series authentically captures the inside world of America’s elite Special Operations unit–what these SEALs do, their personal lives, combat and the life-and-death decisions they make to protect and serve their country.

“SIX” is an authentic portrayal of what it means to be a member of SEAL Team Six, a true brotherhood, the best at what they do. The series begins with SEAL Team Six troop leader Richard “Rip” Taggart (Walton Goggins/“Vice Principals”; The Hateful Eight) making a questionable decision while on a mission in Afghanistan. Two years later, Rip is captured by Boko Haram and it’s up to his former SEAL Team Six brothers–led by Joe Graves (Barry Sloane/”Revenge”), Alex Caulder (Kyle Schmid/”Copper”) and Ricky “Buddha” Ortiz (Juan Pablo Raba/”Narcos”)–to put their differences aside to locate and rescue their former troop leader.

“SIX” also stars Edwin Hodge (“Chicago Fire”), Dominic Adams (“Devious Maids”), Brianne Davis (Jarhead), Nadine Velazquez (Flight), Jaylen Moore (“Homeland”), Donny Boaz (The Great Debaters) and Nondumiso Tembe (“True Blood”).

The first two episodes of “SIX” are directed by Academy Award®, Emmy® nominated and DGA Award winning Lesli Linka Glatter (“Homeland,” “Ray Donovan”).

“SIX” is created by Academy Award® nominee William Broyles (Cast Away; Apollo 13; Jarhead) and David Broyles, a military special operations veteran. William Broyles, Harvey and Bob Weinstein, David Glasser, Nicolas Chartier, Alfredo Barrios, Jr. (“Burn Notice”), George W. Perkins (Live from Baghdad), Bruce C. McKenna (“Band of Brothers,” “The Pacific”), David Broyles and Glatter are executive producers. Karen Campbell (“Dexter”) serves as the supervising producer and joins Barrios, McKenna, and William and David Broyles as writers on the series. Retired U.S. Navy SEAL Mitchell Hall (Zero Dark Thirty; Lone Survivor) serves as the series’ technical advisor and associate producer. CNN’s national security analyst Peter Bergen serves as the series’ terrorism consultant. Jana Bennett and Arturo Interian are the executives in charge of production for HISTORY. A+E Networks holds worldwide distribution rights for “SIX.”

“SIX” is produced by A+E Studios in association with Weinstein Television.


I don’t watch a lot of war movies or shows unless B-Dad wants me to watch them with him but I did want to watch this one. It was about Navy SEAL Team Six!

The first scenes were pretty impressive. The special effects, the settings, all the military gear [vehicle, devices, etc.] look pretty real. I loved all the new technology I had never seen before.

But it was the characters that felt short for me. I wish it had a more realistic cast. All these characters don’t look like real guys. They look exactly like what they are: Models, TV and Movie Stars.

You could line them up for a picture and sell it as a calendar. 🙂

There were also some cliché scenes that killed it for me too, like the beautiful blond wife showing the sonogram of their first baby to his handsome husband. And of course she looks like a movie star too.

Unfortunately the acting wasn’t the best, especially the wives and all the personal dramas were very predictable a little too much in the soap opera-ish.

What about you? have you watched this show? did you like it?


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