The Equalizer is an American television series that premiered on February 7, 2021, and is one of the most well-known American crime shows. This show became so popular after only a few episodes that it has been renewed for a second season.
The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 13 will air on CBS tomorrow, and it looks like there will be some exciting action. The official synopsis and promotional materials provide some light on the enthralling content that viewers may expect when the show returns. Fans are also excited to see if the episode lives up to the trailer’s promise. We’ll return to the synopsis later, though.
Let’s check out the detailed information about The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 13 cast, trailer, and where you can enjoy the upcoming episode.
Release Date & Preview for The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 13
The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 13 will air on CBS at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT tomorrow. Slick The episode was co-directed by Naim and Liz Friedlander. The teleplay was written by Joe Wilson. “McCall races to find Dante when he’s abducted by a pair of panicked deputies who fear reprisal after detaining him and using excessive force before realizing he’s a fellow cop; Dante experiences hallucinations that reveal his complicated childhood,” according to the official synopsis for the upcoming episode, titled “D.W.B.” Deputy Barnes, one of the officers who kidnap Detective Dante, will be played by Lee Tergesen.
Equalizer Season 2 Cast
Queen Latifah, who plays Robyn McCall, a.k.a. “The Equalizer,” is among the Season 2 cast members. Marcus Dante is played by Tory Kittles, Harry Keshegian is played by Adam Goldberg, and Melody “Mel” Bayani is played by Liza Lapira. Delilah is played by Laya DeLeon Hayes, Viola “Aunt Vi” Marsette is played by Lorraine Toussaint, and William Bishop is played by Chris Noth.
Where to Watch the Upcoming Episodes of The Equalizer season 2?
Every week on Sundays, new episodes of The Equalizer premiere on CBS. You can watch new episodes live on air or on-demand on Paramount+. The show is also available to watch on CBS’s official website.
There are also VOD options for watching the show. It’s also accessible on YouTube TV and Amazon Prime Video. Viewers in the United Kingdom can see it on Sky Witness. The show is broadcast on Global TV in Canada.
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