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    Max Thieriot’s ‘SEAL Team’ Exit Seems to Be Working Out for Him

    Max Thieriot’s ‘SEAL Team’ Exit Seems to Be Working Out for Him

    When news broke that Max Thieriot was going to continue to star as Clay Spenser on the Paramount+ series “ Team ” while simultaneously taking the lead role in a drama “Fire Country,” fans wondered how the actor could possibly do both jobs at the same time.

    Their questions were answered halfway through the season when Clay's time with Bravo team came to a tragic end and Thieriot was left to work on “Fire Country” full time. CBS gave the actor some good news when it announced that “Fire Country” has been renewed for a second go-round in the 2023-2024 season.

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    “Fire Country” was created by Thieriot and is produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, who seems likely to get his first Oscar nomination as producer of “Top Gun: Maverick.” The series follows Bode Donovan (Thieriot), a California inmate who volunteers for a prison firefighting program. Things get weird when his team is sent to his hometown, a place he left under complicated circumstances with no plans to ever return.

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    The show also stars Billy Burke (“The Twilight Saga”) as Bode's dad and Diane Farr (“Numb3rs”) as his mom. Their rocky relationship gives the show a bit of “Yellowstone” family drama mixed into the classic CBS procedural formula.

    Audiences have responded to Thieriot's show. It's been a consistent performer…

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