New The Equalizer Season 2 Spoilers For April 24, 2022 Episode 16 Revealed

New The Equalizer Season 2 Spoilers For April 24, 2022 Episode 16 Revealed

Hey, “The Equalizer” fans. We hope your weekend is going well so far. We are back on here, right now, to deliver up a new spoiler session for you guys. We’ve got a little bit of new info for the next, new episode 16 of The Equalizer’s current season 2 that we want to run by you guys. Episode 16 is due out next Sunday night, April 24, 2022.

We were able to get a hold of an official teaser description for one of episode 16’s main storylines from CBS’ official episode 16 press release. So, we’re going to give it a read ,right now, and see what’s coming up next week.

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To start, CBS let us know that the official title for this new episode 16 of The Equalizer’s current season 2 is called, “Vox Populi.” It sounds like episode 16 will feature some interesting, intense, dramatic, scandalous, possible action-filled and suspenseful scenes.

In the new episode 16, Aunt Vi and a murder trial will be the main focus for this storyline that CBS chose to spill. Yep, it turns out that Aunt Vi will take the spotlight at some point in this episode because she’s going to be a lone juror for a murder trial.

That’s right, guys, and Aunt Vi will believe that the defendant is innocent of the murder charges. This situation will prompt McCall to launch an investigation to make sure that Aunt Vi’s opinion of the defendant is correct.

CBS’ official description for episode 16 reads like this, “When Aunt Vi is the lone juror on a murder trial who believes the defendant is innocent, McCall covertly investigates the case to find proof that Vi’s instincts are correct on the CBS Original series THE EQUALIZER.”

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Episode 16 will feature a lot of guest stars. They are: RJ Brown as character (Tim Colvin), Rachel Nicks (Morgan), Gayle Samuels as character (Jeanie), James Adam Lim as character (Ji-Yoon), Sam Pearson as character (Keeley), Amel Khalil as character (Nina), Rosa Evangelina Arredondo as character (Sofia), Frank Rodriguez as character (Alan Desoto).

Guest stars continued: John Bedford Lloyd as character (Howard), Jade Eshete as character (Kerry Jacobs), Andrew Rothenberg as character (Judge), Josh Drake as character (Christian Messina), Yainis Ynoa as character (Olivia Simmons), Brian Dives as character (Devin Ellis), Justin Dean as character (Court Officer).

Guest stars continued: Graham Powell as character (Detective), Kate Pak as character (Juror 9), Diane Dehn as character (Juror 10), Daniel Hepner as character (Juror 11), Javier Sanchez as character (Juror 12), Emma Welch as character (Sarah’s Mom) and Robert Keiley as character (Sarah’s Dad).

Episode 16 will feature one recurring star. That one person is: Jennifer Ferrin as character (D.A. Avery Grafton).

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The season regulars that will be featured in episode 16 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) and Lorraine Toussaint as character (Viola “Vi” Marsette).

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Episode 16 was written by Zoe Robyn, and it was directed by Carl Seaton.

CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 16 of The Equalizer’s current season 2 is indeed scheduled to hit the air next Sunday night, April 24, 2022 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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