Everybody’s Favorite Military Show Is Almost Back. Here’s What You Need To Know

everybodys favorite military show is almost back heres what you need to know
Everybody’s Favorite Military Show Is Almost Back. Here’s What You Need To Know

We’re about a week and a half away from the final season of “The Last Ship” beginning September 9.

The plot of the fifth season, according to IGN, is:

This season, the world is finally recovering from the deadly virus that devastated the population, but global political unrest remains. Tom Chandler (Dane) has retired and his former crew has scattered, many having risen in the ranks within the Navy. Sasha Cooper (Bridget Regan), Lieutenant Danny Green (Travis Van Winkle), SBS WO-N Wolf Taylor (Bren Foster) and Sergeant Azima Kandie (Jodie Turner Smith) are on a covert mission in Panama. When they are wrongly blamed for an attack on the Panamanian president, the consequences for the United States are dire. The Nathan James must fight to prevent invasion by Latin America — and the next world war.

We also have a trailer for the final journey together for this great show, and it looks incredible. (RELATED: EVERYBODY’S FAVORITE SUMMER TV SHOW IS COMING TO AN END)

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I can’t get enough of “The Last Ship.” It’s without question one of the most entertaining shows on all of television, and has been for several years. It’s all about a badass American military leader leading the USS Nathan James around the world making sure everything stays in order in a post-apocalyptic world. It’s literally the dream of every teenage guy out there. Who hasn’t envisioned themselves cruising all around the world as they fight off bad guys. It’s a dream situation. (RELATED: EVERYBODY’S FAVORITE MILITARY TV SHOW GETS A MAJOR UPDATE)

Am I sad to see the show coming to an end? Of course I am. Who wouldn’t be? It’s a show that just locks you in. On the other hand, it’s better for the show to come to an with a great conclusion than to get it dragged out over years. In a situation like this it’s more about quality than quantity.

I can’t wait to see how Chandler’s journey comes to an end with everybody else on the USS Nathan James. September 9 is going to be a great night of television.

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