“SIX” tells the story of members of Navy SEAL Team 6 who are given a simple mission in 2014: eliminate a Taliban leader in Afghanistan. That task becomes more complicated when they make the discovery of an American citizen who is working with the terror group as a jihadi fighter. The team joins forces with CIA officer Gina Cline to comb Eastern Europe and infiltrate terrorist hotspots — such as Chechnya — to track the one who organized the network. The series, which is inspired by actual events, is written by Oscar-nominated screenwriter William Broyles Jr. (“Apollo 13”) and military special operations veteran David Broyles.
It is a series based on flashbacks reveal details of a failed mission involving one of the unit’s first female pilots, while in the present, the team works on a daring plan to rescue a group of soldiers that has gone missing.
The United States Army base serves as home to an elite unit of helicopter pilots trained to perform clandestine international and domestic missions. These highly skilled soldiers test the boundaries between military discipline and human desire, as layers of personal and military secrets come to light.
Hip-hop artist and CEO of Empire Entertainment, Lucious Lyon, has always ruled unchallenged, but a medical diagnosis predicts he will be dead in three years, which prompts the sharks to circle. Without further damaging his family, he must decide which of his three sons will take over. His favorite, young Hakeem, is a gifted musician but values fame over hard work. Middle son, Jamal, is talented and shy but gay — embarrassing to Lyon. The oldest, Andre, is business-minded but lacks charisma. The reappearance of Cookie, his ex-wife, complicates things; she says he owes her for taking the fall for the drug-running that financed his early career.