New The Equalizer Season 2 Spoilers For October 17, 2021 Episode 2 Revealed

New The Equalizer Season 2 Spoilers For October 17, 2021 Episode 2 Revealed

Hey, “The Equalizer” fans. We hope you guys totally had a blast watching the new, premiere episode 1 of The Equalizer’s 2nd season tonight. Now that it’s all wrapped up, we are back on here to tell you what’s going down when the next, new episode 2 of The Equalizer’s new season 2 hits the air next Sunday night, October 17, 2021.

We were able to track down a couple of new, official teaser descriptions for the new episode 2 via CBS’official episode 2 press release. So, we’re going to get into those right now. Let’s do it.

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First off, CBS let us know that this brand new episode 2 is officially labeled/titled, “The Kingdom.” It sounds like episode 2 will feature some very interesting, intense, dramatic, action-filled and suspenseful scenes as McCall gets caught up in a very sticky situation with a foreign government’s intelligence agency. Dante raises suspicion with a fellow detective and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with this latest McCall situation. It turns out McCall’s friend Mara is going to seek McCall’s help to find the whereabouts of her brother that has gone missing. While doing so, McCall is going to run into some issues with a foreign government’s intelligence agency.

CBS’ official description for this latest McCall debacle/mission reads like this, “McCall finds herself in the crosshairs of a foreign government’s intelligence agency when her friend Mira (Melis Aker), a diplomat’s daughter, seeks McCall’s help to find her missing brother.”

The second and last spoiler scoop for this new episode 2 lets us know that Dante will be in action in this episode. Apparently, Dante isn’t going to set a very good first impression on a new, fellow detective who has been brought on by the district attorney to track down the Equalizer. This new detective will be quite suspicious of Dante.

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CBS’ description for this latest Dante storyline reads like this, “Dante faces suspicion from a fellow detective newly tasked by the district attorney to find the vigilante knows as the Equalizer.”

Episode 2 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Melis Aker as character (Mira Shah), Dominic Fumusa as character (Detective Ken Mallory), Arash Demaxi as character (Ali Hadi), Nasser Faris as character (Hasan Hadi), Jacqueline Antaramian as character (Nora Shah), Jonathan Avigdori as character (Shakir Khan), Babak Tafti as character (Reza Mansour), Sevan as character (Zaki Bahar) and Ruth Barrie as character (Elderly Woman).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 2 are: Queen Latifah as character (Robyn McCall), Tory Kittles as character (Detective Marcus Dante), Adam Goldberg as character (Harry Keshegian), Liza Lapira as character (Melody “Mel” Bayani), Laya DeLeon Hayes as character (Delilah), With Lorraine Toussaint as character (Viola “Vi” Marsette) and Chris Noth as character (William Bishop).

Episode 2 was written by Zoe Robyn, and it was directed by Randy Zisk.

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CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 2 of The Equalizer’s current season 2 is indeed scheduled to arrive next Sunday night, October 17, 2021 at approximately 7 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

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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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