Equalizer Season 3: All The Details Regarding The New Season Of Equalizer Series!

The CBS thriller, “The Equalizer” fans eagerly anticipate season 3 and are missing the show. The show is a modern adaptation of the original 1980s TV series and two recent films, with Queen Latifah as the main heroine Robyn.

The program, which was co-created by executive producers Richard Lindheim, Michael Sloan, and Queen Latifah, centres on the life of Robyn, a former CIA agent. She appears to be an ordinary single mother raising her daughter Delilah while residing with her aunt Viola (Lorraine Toussaint) (Layla DeLeon Hayes).

Robyn actually leads a double life and works covertly to protect individuals who have no one else to turn to. Here are all the details we have so far about Robyn’s narrative if you’ve been waiting to find out what happens next.

Equalizer Season 3 Plot/Story

“We’re happy to bring The Equalizer back for two more seasons because it still delivers a forceful punch on Sunday nights, said Thom Sherman, senior executive vice president of programming at CBS Entertainment.

“The Equalizer’s success is due to the sum of its parts, including an outstanding cast led by the superb Queen Latifah, as well as the exceptionally creative team that has continued to evolve their storytelling with a compelling mix of everyday justice, family dynamics, and real-world issues that connect and resonate with audiences,” he continued.”

The sources provided a few hints as to what the third season will be about and what viewers may expect from the pilot episode.

The upcoming season will see Delilah and Vi witnessing the fallout of Robyn’s kidnapping, the source said. Once she manages to escape her captors, she will need to consider how to effectively divide her job and personal life.

Equalizer Season 3 Release Date

Season 3 of The Equalizer will debut on CBS on Sunday, October 2 at 8:30 p.m. ET.

The Equalizer received a season 4 and a third season was formally confirmed by the network back in May. The program received a two-season renewal, according to Deadline, because it was “Sunday’s #1 scripted series, averaging 9.46 million viewers.”

Equalizer Season 3 Expected Cast

As of today, The Equalizer season 3 will feature these cast members:

  • 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 Toussaint as Viola “Aunt Vi” Marsette
  • Donal Logue as Colton Fisk
  • Gloria Reubenas Trish

It’s important to know that actor Christopher is not coming back to the show after facing sexual assault allegations in December 2021. Fans of The Equalizer would find it interesting to hear that a specific actress will appear in season 3: Jessie Cook, a skilled burglar, was portrayed by Jada Pinkett Smith in season 2.

In addition, TVLine revealed in September that The Equalizer season 3 would see the inclusion of two new actors. Colton Fisk, a distinguished former CIA union chief, will be portrayed by Donal Logue. The widowed artist Trish, who is returning to the area to reunite with her ex-girlfriend Vi, will be portrayed by Gloria Reuben.

Equalizer Season 3 Trailer

The procedural drama released its official season 3 trailer in late 2022. Robyn resumes her original beat in the 20-second short as she works to save some of the people she cares about the most.

She replies, “The more you know, the more secrets you’ll have to keep,” and then the video turns to Delilah and Vi standing in the middle of the street, looking terrified.

As far as what season 3 will be about, Deadline gave a few details on what fans could see going into the premiere episode. According to the outlet, the new season will see the aftermath of Robyn’s abduction in front of Delilah and Vi. She will now have to figure out how to better separate work from her home life. Once she finds a way to escape her captors.

Where To Watch?

You can watch The Equalizer live on the CBS channel on Sunday evenings at 8:30 p.m. ET when season 3 debuts later this fall. However, you can visit the CBS website if you’d prefer not to watch it on TV. Just keep in mind to have your cable provider’s login information on hand so you can log in first.

Lacking CBS? No issue. The network is available on streaming providers like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, and fuboTV. Additionally, each of these services offers a free seven-day trial so that you may test them out before committing to a membership.

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