The Equalizer Season 2

Queen Latifah is gearing up to go after more bad guys after CBS updated The Equalizer for a second season.

The Equalizer Season 2 Updates:

The update comes due to the drama, a reboot of the 80s series, only includes the first four of the 13 episodes and marks the season’s first update for rookies on the internet.
“Compensation is more than synonymous with motivating viewers and winning Sunday night,” said Kelly Cal, president of CBS Entertainment. “We are very proud that this extraordinary broadcast drama, directed by Ratu Latifah, is breaking the competitive landscape and returning for a second season.”
The network said the drama was the #1 television series written for viewers aged 25 to 54 and adults aged 18 to 49, with an average viewership of 14.6 million. It debuted after the Super Bowl and attracted 23.8 million viewers. He participated in the latest CBS update of The Neighborhood and Bob Abishola and commissioned B-bit with five episodes.

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About The Cast & Crew Members:

In Equalizer, Latifa’s star is Robin McCall, a mysterious woman of mysterious origin who uses her extensive skills as a former CIA agent to help those with nowhere else to turn. McCall mostly imagines herself as an ordinary single mother who is secretly raising her daughter. But to some who can be trusted, he is The Equalizer – the nameless guardian and guardian angel of the oppressed, who also stubbornly seeks personal salvation.
Chris Knott, Lorraine Toussaint, Tori Kittles, Adam Goldberg, Lisa Lapira and Laya DeLeon Hayes also participated.

More About “The Equalizer”:

Andrew Marlowe, Terry Miller, Queen Latifah, also known as Dana Owens, John Davis, John Fox, Debra Martin Chase, Richard Lindheim, the late creators of the original series, and Shakim Compere is executive producer for Universal Television with CBS Studios.