“The Equalizer,” CBS’s reboot of the classic starring Queen Latifah for the small screen. While most modern viewers are familiar with “The Equalizer” as a Denzel Washington-led film franchise, it wasn’t always that way. It was the first broadcast in the 1980s, and Edward Woodward played Robert McCall as the major role. Season 2 of “The Equalizer” will premiere sooner rather than later, which is great news for fans of the show. This time, Queen Latifah takes the lead as Robyn McCall, with CBS opting for a gender-swapped version to resurrect the show. So far, here’s all www.tvacute.com knows about Season 2 of “The Equalizer.” We have a full-length trailer for the new season of “The Equalizer” at this time.
When will The Equalizer Season 2 be released, and where can you watch it?
“The Equalizer” Season 2 will air on October 10, 2021. The show has been added to CBS’s autumn schedule. When it comes to watching it live, audiences can check in on Sunday nights. After it airs, the show will be available on Paramount+ (previously CBS All Access) for those who prefer streaming.
The Equalizer Season 2 New Trailer
The Equalizer Season 2 trailer, which you can watch below, teases McCall’s latest mission, in which she is tasked with tracking down bank robbers who were responsible for the deaths of numerous innocent people during their previous heist. It also emphasizes her commitment to save and defend everyone from the terrible guys.
The Equalizer Season 2 Cast
As previously stated, Queen Latifah stars as Robyn McCall. The majority of the first season’s main cast is scheduled to return for the second season’s episodes. Chris Noth (“Sex and the City”), Lorraine Toussaint (“Concrete Cowboy”), Tory Kittles (“Colony”), Adam Goldberg (“Saving Private Ryan”), Liza Lapira (“NCIS”), and Laya DeLeon Hayes (“Raven’s Home”) are among the ensemble members.
The official summary for “The Equalizer” is as follows:
Robyn McCall, an enigmatic woman with a mysterious background, uses her extensive skills to help those with nowhere else to turn. McCall comes across to most like an average single mom who is quietly raising her teenage daughter. But to a trusted few, she is “The Equalizer” — an anonymous guardian angel and defender of the downtrodden, who’s also dogged in her pursuit of personal redemption.
Andrew Marlowe and Terri Miller, who also act as showrunners, devised this version of the show. Executive producers are Marlowe, Miller, Queen Latifah, Shakim Compere, John Davis, John Fox, and Debra Martin Chase. Producers include Richard Lindheim, the late creator of the original “Equalizer” TV show.