Wilmywood Daily: History Channel picks Wilmington for SEAL Team 6 series

WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The History Channel is coming to Wilmington to shoot a series about the famous SEAL Team 6, according to Sheila Brothers at the Wilmywood Daily.

Brothers reports the show will likely set up shop next month for the series “Six” with production slated to begin in February.

Bob and Harvey Weinstein are behind the series that will be lined produced by George Perkins, she reports. William and David Broyles are reportedly the writer/producers.

According to the Wilmywood Daily report, here’s a synopsis of the series:

Members of the Navy’s most prestigious and lethal squadron know the dangers, responsibilities, and high risks involved with charging into battle. For John “Bear” Graves,  Alex Caulder and Ricky “Buddha” Ortiz, it’s a way of life. Being a member of SEAL Team 6 means committing yourself to a life away from family, and the constant knowledge that you may never return home. For some it’s what they live for. For others who feel they put in their time, they might be afraid of not knowing what to do once they’re out.

This would be the second production scheduled for the first quarter in Wilmington, along with the TNT show “Good Behavior,” which shot its pilot here last fall and will return for its first season of shooting.

Brothers says there could be even bigger news on the horizon. Check out her Wilmywood Daily blog to check it out.


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