Shemar Moore celebrates his decision not to cancel ‘SWAT’

Shemar Moore called on fans to help save CRUSH Now that the series hasn’t been canceled, the actor and producer thanks viewers for their support.

Shortly after CBS and co-producer Sony Pictures Television announced Monday that the crime drama would return for a seventh and final season, Moore took to Instagram to celebrate.

“Ayeee!!!!! We did it #SWATFAM!!! @swatcbs returns for a 7th and final season with 13 episodes!!!” he captioned his post. “Thank you all for your continued and amazing support!! Let’s go.”

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Fans and fellow celebrities responded to the post with congratulatory comments.

“Great news. It was BS that they canceled you all. Hope they see how good this next season is and change their minds, or let someone else take it over. This show should be able to go on for a while if you all want it,” one viewer wrote.

“Happy about it but we need more than season 7!!!” another person added.

“Congratulations bro!!! blessings upon blessings,” Good burger actor Kel Mitchell chimed in.

“Wow!!!! People Power!!!!” So help me Todd And Love glory and beauty actress Ashley Jones responded.

In a joint statement Monday, CBS and Sony Pictures Television confirmed that viewer support helped save the series, after saying Friday that the show will end this month with the Season 6 finale.

“We listened to our viewers and their outpouring of passion for CRUSH and we have reached an agreement to renew it for a final 13-episode season to air in the 2023-2024 broadcast year,” said Amy Reisenbach, President of CBS Entertainment, and Katherine Pope, President of Sony Pictures Television. .

The series about an elite LAPD team premiered in 2017. In addition to Moore, the cast includes Alex Russell, Kenny Johnson, Jay Harrington, David Lim, Patrick St. Esprit and Rochelle Aytes.

Executive producers are Shawn Ryan, Justin Lin, Neal Moritz, Marney Hochman, Pavun Shetty, Billy Gierhart, Andy Dettman Paul Bernard and Moore.

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