The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 13 is scheduled to release at its scheduled time on 20 March 2022. Directed by Slick Naim, The Equalizer is an American crime drama vigilante Television series developed by Andrew W Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller whose story is based on 1980s thriller series of the same name created by Michael Sloan and Richard Lindheim. The series regular cast includes Queen Lafitah, Laya DeLeon Hayes, Adam Goldberg, Liza Lapira, Tory Kittles, and Lorraine Toussaint while the recurring cast includes Jennifer Ferrin as Avery Grafton.
The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 13 Release Date and Time
The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 13 titled D.W.B is set to release on Sunday, 20 March 2022 at 8 PM EST on CBS. Season 1 was having a total of 10 episodes but this season has already aired 12 episodes and still counting. Episode count for this season is not known yet.
Where to stream The Equalizer?
The latest episodes of the vigilante drama series are streaming on CBS, Paramount+, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube TV inside the United States. UK viewers can stream the show on Sky Witness while Canadian viewers can watch it on Global TV.
Episode 12 Recap
Episode 12 of The Equalizer premiered on 13 March 2022 with the title Something Over The Hudson. The episode focuses on a mob accountant who was looking for a way to get out from his mistaken life of crime. Robyn played her part well by collecting an important piece of evidence that can prove the innocence of mob.
However, the presentation of evidences in front of authorities wasn’t that easy as in turn of events, various other mob members come to block the path of McCall and Bert. Moreover, the group involved into a gunfight but McCall managed to hold them till the authorities reached and finally Bert gets into the witness protection program. The episode ends as Robyn McCall plays card game with her daughter.
The Equalizer Season 2 Episode 13 Spoilers
McCall rushes to find Detective Dante who is detained by a pair of panicked deputies who fears reprisal on abducting him. The deputies caught Dante without realizing that he is a fellow cop. Now, those deputies have to pay a heavy price for their mistake. Detective Dante will experience hallucinations while he is alone and getting harsh treatment from deputies. He will recall his complicated experiences from his childhood while Robyn is searching for him.
Lee Tergesen is casting as guest star in the role of Deputy Barnes.