This fall, Queen Latifah will return to The Equalizer as the fierce, no-nonsense vigilante Robyn McCall. For TV viewers who have grown to love the actress’s portrayal of the fearless ex-CIA agent who fights for justice for everyone who asks for it, this should be great news. But considering how the season 2 finale ended, she will first need to assist herself before she can assist others in later episodes.
The Equalizer Season 3 Storyline
The third season’s plot is currently a secret. But let’s think back to what transpired in the Season 2 finale episode. The final episode, titled “Exposed,” debuted on May 15, 2022. According to reports, 6.84 million US viewers are thought to have seen it.
Additionally, viewers saw McCall get into the Cuban embassy in order to access the restricted information on Omar Delgado, a close ally of Mason Quinn. Because of the connection to Bishop’s passing, Harry and Mel are reluctant to assist her when she tells them the information.
Additionally, McCall gets Carter Griffin involved, who manages to track down Delgado and put together a task force for his arrest. He and his team are left with nothing after speaking with him, so McCall makes an effort. They arrange for him to flee in an effort to gain his trust. Vera, a friend of Delilah’s, launches her run for student president, but her ex-boyfriend Logan Jeffries publishes a nude photo of her online.
The Equalizer Season 3 Release Date
The return of the show this year, on October 2, 2022, has been formally confirmed by the network. New episodes from the third season will air on CBS for the first time. You thought she was finished, but she’s only just begun, as said in a post shared on the series’ official Twitter account, which also confirmed the revelation. The Equalizer returns for a brand-new season on Sunday, October 2 at 8/7c on @CBS! The official post is below.
— The Equalizer (@TheEqualizerCBS) June 23, 2022
The Equalizer Season 3 Cast
- The third season of The Equalizer stars
- As Robyn McCall, Queen Latifah
- As Marcus Dante, Tory Kittles
- As Harry Keshegian, Adam Goldberg
- As Melody “Mel” Bayani, Liza Lapira
- Delilah McCall, played by Laya DeLeon Hayes
- “Aunt Vi” Viola Marsette is portrayed by Lorraine Toussaint.
Since December 2021, actor Christopher Noth has been the subject of severe sexual assault charges. He plays the series regular William Bishop on the show.
The Equalizer Season 3 Trailer
View The Equalizer Season 3’s official teaser.
The Equalizer Season 3: Where to Watch?
On Sunday nights at 8:30 p.m. ET, you may catch The Equalizer live by switching to the CBS channel. You may watch it online at CBS if you don’t want to see it on television, but you’ll need your cable provider’s login information available to sign in.
Streaming alternatives like Hulu+ live TV, YouTube TV, and fuboTV are options if you don’t get CBS. Before officially subscribing to their platform, you may test out these streaming services during a free 7-day trial period.