Queen Latifah’s The Equalizer was renewed for two more seasons! That’s right, the CBS criminal drama series The Equalizer is a revival of the network’s eponymous series, which aired from 1985 to 1989. The first series was followed by two films, ‘The Equalizer’ in 2014 and ‘The Equalizer 2’ in 2018.
Secondly, the series, created by Andrew W. Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller, will premiere in February 2021. Thirdly, the revival tells the story of Robyn McCall, a single mother with a teenage daughter who also has a secret side that few people know about. As a former operative of “the Company,” she honed her skills, which she now employs to safeguard individuals who have been wronged.
The Equalizer Renewed For Two More Seasons
According to CBS, here’s the breakdown; firstly, The Equalizer will return for seasons three and four. Moreover, the Queen Latifah-led show, where she plays a mysterious and frightening woman who assists those who run out of alternatives and have nowhere else to turn, will have more adventures. And that means we will see this show through 2024 to the very least. And that opens for more character development and interesting things to come!
Social Media Success
The Equalizer is CBS’ Sunday’s most-watched show averaging over 9.4 million views. Moreover, the show is a social media success, raking over 1 billion social media engagements over the course of its sophomore season. And after this renewal, those numbers are on their way up!
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Watch The Equalizer Online – Streaming Details
This show starring Queen Latifah and Adam Goldberg is available for streaming on Paramount+ —either as a standalone platform or as an add-on to your Amazon Prime Video subscription—Pluto TV, Fubo TV, DirecTV, and Spectrum. Lastly, you can purchase or rent the episodes from Amazon Direct Video, Apple iTunes, Vudu Fandango, and Google Play.
The Equalizer Will Have Production Changes
Joseph C. Wilson and Adam Glass are the new showrunners for the next two seasons of this series. They are replacing Terri Edda Miller and Andrew W. Marlowe. This change came right after the Chris Noth controversy. He stepped out of the series in light of allegations of sexual misconduct that the actor said was false.
Not long after Chris Noth was “Me Too’ed,” CBS sacked the man, and the showrunners were replaced. Additionally, Noth’s final appearance on the show took place before the accusations. After that, he wasn’t mentioned for six episodes. Later, the public found out he was written out of the series in a plane crash that Mason Quinn, the series antagonist, devised.
Is Adam Goldberg Returning To Season 3?
Bishop realizes in the seventh episode of Season 2 that Harry was arrested while assisting him. Furthermore, while in FBI custody, Harry does not jeopardize Bishop or Robyn. Bishop chooses to assist Harry in avoiding jail time. However, Harry’s past and fabricated death complicate everything. Finally, Bishop asks the President for a favor, and Harry is freed on the provision that he never steals anymore. Although the FBI dismisses Harry, the terms of his freedom complicate his role in the program. Harry will be useless to Robyn unless he can breach the most secure networks and servers.
As a result, it appears that he may need to take a step back and thoroughly analyze his options before making a decision on his future. As of now, Goldberg remains a part of the show’s cast. Goldberg’s departure from the series has not been publicized by either the actor or the show’s creators. Robyn and Harry will most likely find a way for Harry to continue his cyber thug operations. As a result, we anticipate that Goldberg will continue to appear until the end of Season 2. And with this last piece of intel, we wrap it up here regarding The Equalizer’s renewal at Otakukart. Thanks for reading our piece, and please navigate to our front page to see what else is new in the world of entertainment. See you soon!