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Get ready to see more justice being served in the Empire State: The Equalizer is returning for season 2.
Based on the original ‘80s TV series and two action-packed films, the new CBS drama The Equalizer stars award-winning actress and singer Queen Latifah as Robyn McCall. To most of the world, she’s a divorced, single mother raising her teenage daughter. But to a trusted few, Robyn is an anonymous guardian angel who goes by the alias "The Equalizer." Using her skills as a former CIA operative, she helps those with nowhere else to turn.
If you’re already excited to see what happens next, here’s what we know about season 2 of The Equalizer:
When will season 2 of The Equalizer premiere on CBS?
The Equalizer has officially been renewed for season 2. The show announced its second installment on social media with a short clip captioned: “An Equalizer has to read between the lines, and these lines are lit for #TheEqualizer to return for Season 2.”
Leading lady Queen Latifah also shared the news on her Instagram and gave fans a shoutout. "I’m excited to share that #TheEqualizer has been renewed for Season 2!!" she wrote. "Thank you to our amazing fans for supporting and watching us every week, we can’t wait for you to see what we have coming up ❤️❤️❤️."
The renewal came in early March after the CBS drama series aired only four episodes. According to TVLine, when The Equalizer premiered in early February after Super Bowl LV, a total of 20 million viewers tuned in to watch.
Who will be in The Equalizer season 2 cast?
At the moment, we predict The Equalizer main cast will return for season 2:
Queen Latifah as Robyn McCall
Tory Kittles as Marcus Dante
Adam Goldberg as Harry Keshegian
Liza Lapira as Melody “Mel” Bayani
Laya DeLeon Hayes as Delilah McCall
Lorraine Toussain as Viola “Aunt Vi” Marsette
Chris Noth as William Bishop
We'll be sure to post updates if any other cast additions are announced.
How can I watch and stream The Equalizer?
To watch The Equalizer live, you can switch the channel to CBS at 8 p.m. ET on Sunday nights. If you have your cable provider login handy, you can also watch the show on the CBS website.
Alternatively, you can tune in via a streaming services like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV and fuboTV. These services offer free seven-day trials, so you can try them out before signing up for a monthly subscription.
Don’t want to stay up late? You can catch up on The Equalizer the next day on Paramount+, formerly known as CBS All Access. Grab your laptop or device of your choice and start watching on the Paramount+ website or Paramount+ app. For those who don’t have a Paramount+ subscription yet, you can sign up for a free seven-day trial. After that, you can choose to subscribe to Paramount+ starting at $5.99 per month.
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