The Equalizer has received approvals for third and fourth seasons from CBS. Thom Sherman, senior vice president of programming at CBS Entertainment, said, Equalizer continues to pack a strong punch on Sunday nights, and we’re excited to take it two more seasons. Equalizer’s success comes from the sum of its parts. An exceptional cast led by the magnificent Queen Latifah, as well as an exceptional creative team that continues to evolve their storytelling with a compelling blend of everyday justice and family dynamics. real-world issues that connect and resonate with audiences. said.
Alongside Queen Latifah, the series stars Lorraine Toussaint, Tory Kittles, Adam Goldberg, Liza Lapira and Laya DeLeon Hayes. Chris Noth has starred in the series before, but his character was murdered this season after Noth was accused of sexual assault by multiple women. Andrew Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller co-developed The Equalizer for CBS as a remake of the 1980s series of the same name. Both serve as executive producers along with Queen Latifah, John Davis, John Fox, Debra Martin Chase, Shakim Competer, Joseph C. Wilson and Richard Lindheim.
Lindheim was the co-creator of the original series. Wilson and Adam Glass will serve as co-showrunners for the third season, which Universal Television produces. According to CBS, “The Equalizer” averages 9.5 million viewers per episode. Ghosts, NCIS, NCIS: Hawaii, NCIS: Los Angeles, Blue Bloods, The Neighborhood, SWAT and Young Sheldon It was the last series with a script to be approved by CBS, joining pre-announced shows such as