I have a perfect mixture of thrill, crime, action, drama, and whatnot. CBS’s upcoming drama series, The Equalizer proves my statement.
Richard Lindheim made the first prequel of The Equalizer and this is where the series is based on. It will be a sequel to a 2018 series of the same name. The 2014 film, The Equalizer, is also a prequel to this upcoming series. Andrew W.
Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller will be the creators aka showrunners of the series. Both of them along with John Davis, Dana Owens, Debra Martin Chase, Queen Latifa, Shakim Compere, and John Fox acts as the executive producers. The series is a joint production of producing companies like Universal Television, CBS Studios, David Entertainment, Flavor Unit Entertainment, and Martin Chase Production. When will the show air on CBS? Who is in the cast? I am here to answer all your queries.
Release Date: The Equalizer
CBS announced the order of the series in October 2020. The release date announced by CBS for The Equalizer is 7 February 2021. To date, we have got information on two episodes. The first episode is named after the series itself and airs on 7 February 2021. The second episode is called Glory and will air on 14 February 2021. This shows that the series will have one episode per week. The filming is in New York City, let us see what the sequel holds. The first teaser was uploaded on 19 May 2020 followed by the official trailer on 9 January 2021. Check out the trailer below.
Cast: The Equalizer
The character of the protagonist, Robyn McCall will be played by one of the executive producers of the series, Queen Latifah. She is renowned as The Equalizer in the series. Lorriane Toussiant will be playing the role of Frieda Lascombe aka Aunt Fry. The character of William Bishop is played by Chris North. Adam Goldberg, Tory Kittles, and Liza Lapira will show up in the series as Herry Keshegian, Marcus Dante, and Melody Chu, respectively.
Plot: The Equalizer
The story revolves around Robyn McCall. Her life is dedicated to helping those who seek justice and do not want anything else than that. Her past still lingers in her mind and she is seeking redemption by helping others in their needs. She has a daughter with whom she is the only family. Will she find inner peace? What challenges did she face? Does she have an ulterior motive? The Equalizer will unveil all her secrets soon. Maybe we will start appreciating the series and its predecessors from a whole new perspective. For now, the series is almost a week away from us.
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Trailer: Her reason for sleeplessness is just EPIC!!