The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 15 | Release Date | Promo – Robyn McCall’s Past

The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 15

The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 15 will release on Sunday, April 17, 2022, at 8:30/7:30c, 8/PT on the CBS Television Network. Robyn McCall’s ex-husband is introduced in this episode. Stephen Bishop will appear as Dr. Miles Fulton.

In the previous episode 14 of The Equalizer, former CIA officer Robyn McCall (Queen Latifah) learns that Mason Quinn (Chris Vance), the man who once tried to kill her, is engaged in her latest case.  She learns that Bishop, her mentor, and former CIA director, has spent the past two months assisting with a CIA investigation into a mysteriously disappeared flight. McCall refuses to contact Bishop. That case is eventually discovered to be linked to the mystery of the episode and Quinn. Bishop tries to stop the evil people. but Quinn brings down Bishop’s plane, killing him. Quinn has escaped. Read the recap of episode 14 below. Do you want to know when The Equalizer season 2 episode 15 will be back on CBS?  We’ll have to move on in order to see this. provides some news for The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 15.

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The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 15 Spoilers

Robin McCall confronts his past in The Equalizer season 2 episode 15. After all, we’ll be visiting her ex-husband. And get a chance to know more about her past. Dr. Miles Fulton, McCall’s ex-husband, and Delilah’s father is played by Stephen Bishop.

This new episode 15 does have an official title, “Hard Money” which is the name of the song. A female gunshot victim will be the main focus of the new episode 15. it turns out that a female gunshot victim will be present. She is actually one of two women who are being pursued by some ruthless robbers after witnessing their robbery. McCall will make every effort to assist this gunshot victim. However, she would further jeopardize her personal life by enlisting the assistance of her ex-husband, Dr. Miles Fulton. One of the reasons McCall’s remained alone for so much of her career is because she doesn’t want to jeopardize individuals she cares about. She also doesn’t want to overburden them with details or secrets. Check out the complete The Equalizer season 2 episode 15 synopsis and the promo below to learn a few more details.

The Equalizer Episode 2.15 Synopsis: – – McCall’s vigilante work further complicates her personal life when she is forced to ask her ex-husband, Dr. Miles Fulton (Stephen Bishop), to help with a gunshot victim, one of two women being hunted by thieves after they witnessed a robbery.

The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 15 Cast

REGULAR CAST: Queen Latifah (Robyn McCall) Tory Kittles (Detective Marcus Dante) Adam Goldberg (Harry Keshegian) Liza Lapira (Melody “Mel” Bayani) Laya DeLeon Hayes (Delilah) “With” Lorraine Toussaint (Viola “Vi” Marsette)

GUEST CAST: Stephen Bishop (Dr. Miles Fulton) Catherine Combs (Jenna) Bianca Horn (Shareen) RJ Vaillancourt (Lyle) Evan Hall (Nick Gleeson) Art McFarland (Bernie) Reece Santos (Brody Mavers) Julian Joseph (Gordon Racine) Jake Soister (Rudy Collins) William Martinez (Agent Costa) Aaron David Kapner (Manager) Charles Everett (Trey Wallis) Aidan Ming Travis (Young Boy) Lauren McCann (Karen) WRITTEN BY: Erica Shelton Kodish BASED ON: The original series by Richard Lindheim & Michael Sloan DIRECTED BY: Hernan Otano

The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 15 Release Date

The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 15 will release on Sunday, April 17, 2022, at 8:30/7:30c, 8/PT on the CBS Television Network.  The equalizer season 2 episode 15 will air on March 17, 2022. The Equalizer can also be watched on the CBS streaming service Paramount+. You can watch The Equalizer for free for seven days before you pay $5.99 a month for the service. YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and fuboTV are some of the streaming services that let you watch The Equalizer on the go. The last few episodes of the show will keep airing on Sunday.

The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 14 Recap: Bishop’s Death

Aunt Vi reconnected with an old flame. she came all the way from Connecticut to see her. McCall, her niece, requested Vi to drop Delilah off at school before she left. McCall couldn’t because she needed to see Dante. Detective Dante had retired. The dishonest cops unfairly imprisoned and nearly killed him. But Dante survived. He no longer feels safe, which is why he surrendered his badge. Dante is adamant about not telling anyone about his ordeal. Dante’s children were on the verge of losing their father. Fear of losing him again. They now follow him everywhere, and Dante pretended to be fine so his kids would believe him. McCall got a call while visiting Dante. An old friend’s distress call sent her fleeing. In her buddy’s apartment, McCall found her companion dead on the floor. She also met a CIA agent. Marcela Mendez’s handler was the cop. He went to check on her after not hearing from her and found her dead. He informed her of Marcela’s most recent case.

Marcela was investigating a defection. Chen Ying, a UN interpreter, came to Marcela offering information in exchange for American protection. But Chen was summoned back to China and later discovered killed. Because of her friendship with Chen, McCall began to assume her buddy was murdered. Harry and Mel, two of McCall’s friends, were contacted. She had them have a look at Chen. They didn’t uncover anything. Then McCall got their help fabricating paperwork to go into the UN. She met Chen’s pal. She observed Chen’s bracelet on the friend’s wrist and inquired about it. Chen had given her friend the necklace. McCall grabbed it and discovered it was a USB port and found out that her old foe Mason Quinn (Chris Vance), had returned. He tried to kill McCall. He was also the subject of a CIA prisoner swap. They let a dangerous man go without informing McCall. McCall asked Bishop about it. Bishop handed her a file on Quinn and warned her not to examine it. But McCall examined the file once she suspected Quinn of murdering Marcela. Marcela was more than a pal. she took it personally when she died after asking for help from him. Quinn was shopping, according to Chen’s bracelet.

The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 14 Recap: Ending

Griffin was able to piece together the puzzle for her. Quinn was in town buying an EMP from a Russian scientist. This scientist devised a weapon that could stealthily shoot down planes. He’d sell it to Quinn. And she didn’t want her pals involved. She selected Griffin instead.McCall and Griffin were intended to stop the weapon from being deployed in a demonstration, but Griffin failed miserably. Quinn caught him. Quinn then grabbed McCall and made her watch the show. The weapon display wasn’t going to be on any ordinary plane. It would be on Bishop’s plane. Bishop (Chris Noth) arrived by plane. Harry was also informed. He tried to warn Bishop, but it was too late. Quinn was the one who brought the plane down. Everyone on board was killed by him. Bishop was one of them. McCall tried to stop it but failed. As result, Bishop died. Quinn then tried to assassinate McCall and Griffin, but they fought back. Mel came to their rescue. They got the weapon too. Quinn, on the other hand, managed to getaway. Because Quinn was flying over a residential neighborhood, McCall had the opportunity to shoot down the plane, but doing so would have killed hundreds of people. thus McCall had no choice but to stand by and watch him flee.

The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 14 Ending

A dejected McCall has a drink with Goldberg and Bayani, saying she believes Quinn will find a way to carry out whatever scheme he has next. Bishop, who was targeted by Quinn for knowing too much and catching on to his plans, was merely trying to help McCall finally apprehend Quinn after all these years. After that, she gets a call from Bishop’s number, but it’s Quinn who tells her,” “This is the second time you’ve gotten in my way. Don’t come after me because then I’ll have to come after you.” Marcus Dante (Tory Kittles), who is recuperating at home, is visited by McCall. He claims she’s made a buddy, something she sorely needs.

What is the reason behind Chris Noth’s removal from The Equalizer?

Chris Noth’s character William Bishop was written out of the CBS show The Equalizer in the January 2 episode “Separated.” Noth was fired from the show after multiple women accused him of sexual assault. Since then, he has refuted the charges. Noth’s final appearance on “The Equalizer” was in the Season 2 episode “Separated,” which aired on Jan. 2 and was filmed before he was fired from the show on Dec. 20. Since then, six episodes have aired, none of which featured Noth’s Bishop, including tonight’s “Pulse,” which provided an in-universe explanation for the character’s absence and ended with his off-screen death.

After a thorough investigation by The Hollywood Reporter, it was found that two women, using the pseudonyms “Zoe” and “Lily,” approached the publication months apart and presented their sexual assault charges against Noth. The assaults, they claimed, took place in Los Angeles in 2004 and New York in 2015. The charges were “categorically false,” according to Noth, who claimed the interactions were voluntary.

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