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as Daniel “Hondo” Harrelson
as Jessica Cortez
as Christina Alonso
as Dominique Luca
as Jim Street
as Jeff Mumford
as David “Deacon” Kay
as Victor Tan
as Karen Street
as Detective Sal Marcus
as Father Guzman
as Robert Miller
as Dr. Sari Fields
as Officer Louis
as Ross Martin
as Murdo Wick
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Critic Reviews for S.W.A.T.: Season 1
All Critics (10) | Top Critics (3) | Fresh (6) | Rotten (4)
[It’s a] perfectly serviceable [form] of escapism that should hit that NCIS sweet spot for people who like shows anchored by tough guys who are just vulnerable enough partnered with vulnerable guys who are just tough enough.
Give them credit for trying a different take on cop shows, but S.W.A.T. simply falls flat in every conceivable way.
S.W.A.T. is a show that comes to the airwaves fully formed. It’s a procedural, but more in the way of Hawaii Five-0 than N.C.I.S.
The pilot … leans into current events with an accidental police shooting of an unarmed black teen at the top of the show’s first episode and the ensuing political fallout, which gives S.W.A.T. more credibility than expected.
It’s filled with shootouts and car chases; the cast is appealing; and it’s engaging enough to overcome its cop-show cliches.
If you want predictable, mindless action, try CBS’ new regurgitated action procedural offering.