From time to time, we get glimpses into his past as a SWAT team member and his private life. In the thirteenth episode of Season 6 of SWAT, we get another glimpse into Commander Hick’s past. The time has come to acquire some additional knowledge concerning Hicks played by Patrick St. Esprit. Fans are now eager to discover more about the new episode of S.W.A.T. To more about SWAT season 6 episode 13, all of the information, including the promo and release date, can be found at (www.tvacute.com).
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Something fresh from Commander Robert “Bob” Hicks’s past is revealed to us in the S.W.A.T. Season 6 Episode 13 titled “Lion’s Share“. that it is connected in some way to the most recent investigation that Hondo and his team are working on. The group will need to put a stop to a violent rampage before the situation becomes even direr. This is the point where we learn that it is connected to Hicks in some way, shape, or form. Is this a case from his past that Bob Hicks was unable to solve successfully? Perhaps it has something to do with a person. So, Now is as good a moment to get to know Bob Hicks better. It is time to begin a difficult new chapter, though we are unsure what exactly that will entail right now. You may get a synopsis and promo of S.W.A.T. Season 6 Episode 13.
SWAT [S6E13] Promo
SWAT Episode 6.13 Synopsis: The team races to stop a violent rampage with ties to a painful chapter from Hicks’ past. – WRITTEN BY: Michael Gemballa & David Aguilar DIRECTED BY: Doug Aarniokoski
SWAT Season 6 Episode 13 Release Date
‘S.W.A.T.’ Season 6 Episode 13 will release on February 10, 2023, at 8/7c, on CBS. This season is anticipated to include roughly 21 episodes, and we will receive a brand-new installment every other Friday at the same time. Friday, February 17th, will not have a new episode. Furthermore, there will be no repeats that evening. If you missed the show on cable, it’s still available on CBS’ official website and Paramount+. YouTube TV, Fubo TV, DirecTV, Xfinity, and Hulu+Live TV are all possibilities for cord-cutters. Vudu, Amazon Prime, Google Play, Microsoft Store, and iTunes may also have the episode on demand. Subscribers to Hulu can also watch the first three seasons here.