The Equalizer Season 1, May 23, 2021 Episode 10 Is The Finale. Season 2 Is Happening
Hey, “The Equalizer” fans. We are back at you with another brand new The Equalizer article. In this one, we’ve got some very, very important things to tell you. The first thing isn’t going to make you too happy, but the second thing will most certainly make up for it.
So, let’s just go ahead and start out with the first thing, which is tonight’s episode 10 of The Equalizer is indeed the last episode of this first, premiere season 1. That means you guys will have to sit around and wait a couple of months before you get to see another new episode of The Equalizer.
That’s leads us right into the second thing we’re going to tell you, which is you will get to see another new episode of The Equalizer at some point in the future because CBS did officially renew it for a brand new season 2!
That’s right, guys. You can pop the cork on a champagne bottle and celebrate knowing that you will indeed be treated to another set of brand new episodes of The Equalizer when its second season rolls around.
According to the folks over at TV Line, CBS renewed The Equalizer for a new season 2 quite early back in early March 2021. During the renewal announcement, the president of CBS Entertainment Kelly Kahl had some lovely words for the show saying, “The Equalizer has proven more than equal to the task of engaging viewers and racking up wins on Sunday night.
We’re extremely proud to see this outstanding broadcast drama, led by Queen Latifah, punch through the competitive landscape and return for a second season.”
Currently, we’re not sure when season 2 will debut or how many episodes it will feature. We certainly hope it’ll be more than the 10 episodes that season 1 delivered. We’ll have to let you guys know what that important information is later on this Summer when CBS reveals it.
The Equalizer season 1 averaged 8.972 million LIVE viewers per episode and a 1.23 ratings score for the 18-49 year old demographics. The most recent episode 9, which aired last Sunday night, May 16, 2021, drew in 7.386 million LIVE viewers and a 0.70 ratings score.
The most-viewed episode was the premiere episode 1 with a whopping 20.404 million LIVE viewers, thanks to being the follow-up to the Super Bowl. The least-watched episode was episode 7 with 7.219 million LIVE viewers.
The highest-rated episode was the premiere episode 1 with a huge 5.08 ratings score. The lowest-rated episodes were episodes 6 and 7. They both tied with a 0.66 ratings score.
So, although The Equalizer wasn’t able to hold on to a ton of those 20 million viewers from the premiere episode, they were able to hold on to enough of them for CBS to give it a new second season. So, again, that is indeed wonderful news.
Alright guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest “The Equalizer” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.
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Why do you have sixty minutes on part of the time slot for The equalizer? This has happened with NCIS Los Angeles before and it is very irritating. I didn’t get to see the complete episode 10 because o the sixty minute show.I am so fed up with CBS that I may never watch this station again.
I too am upset, I taped both
The Equalizer and NCIS New Orleans Finales on Sunday and only got 1/2 of each show because of 60 minutes which I hate.
I have been trying to find out when they will be rerun to no avail.