If you think you need to pay big bucks to watch big-budget action shows on television, then think again. That’s because all you actually need to access some of the hottest new shows for this fall 2017 TV season is a Clear TV Key. This device, which connects to every modern television and drastically improves broadcast signal reception, gives you access to dozens of channels and allows you to cut out the expensive cable television bill in the process. Given that the average American is paying more than $100 per month for access to supposedly top-notch cable programming, the savings they could see annually easily tops $1,000. For Clear TV Key viewers seeking action-packed entertainment this fall, then CBS has two all-new shows that are bound to deliver. They are part of the 2017-2018 fall line-up on CBS that’s bolstered by 23 returning shows and four new comedies.
The first action show that CBS rolled out for this season is “SEAL Team,” and it is focused on the operations of the elite U.S. Navy operatives who carry out high-risk operations across the globe. According to CBS’ description of the show that premiered on Sept. 27, 2017, the “military drama” follows the lives of SEAL members as they address personal issues while being expected to carry out some of “the most dangerous, high stakes missions our country can ask of them.” The actual U.S. Navy SEAL group was launched on Jan. 1, 1962, so the show’s creator had plenty of real-world trials and tribulations to base content off of. As CBS puts it, the show aims to portray its leads characters as exhibiting “unwavering patriotism and fearless dedication even in the face of overwhelming odds.”
The second action show that CBS will debut on Nov. 2, 2017 — and will be viewable for free for all Clear TV Key owners — is “S.W.A.T.” According to the show’s description, this program is based off of the 2003 feature film “S.W.A.T.” and will follow the struggles of a Los Angeles local who has “allegiance to his brothers in blue” as well as those from the neighborhood where he grew up. The acronym title stands for “Special Weapons And Tactics” and the first such unit was actually established in Philadelphia in 1964, although the Los Angeles Police Department’s own S.W.A.T. team is far more well-known. Given such a deep history of the Los Angeles department, the show’s writers will have plenty of real-world instances to base storylines off of as “these dedicated men and women bravely put themselves at risk to protect their community and save lives,” the CBS show description reads.