New The Equalizer Season 1 Spoilers For May 23, 2021 Finale Episode 10 Revealed

New The Equalizer Season 1 Spoilers For May 23, 2021 Finale Episode 10 Revealed

Hey, “The Equalizer” fans. We are back in action on this Sunday to give you guys another spoiler session for your new, favorite CBS drama The Equalizer. In this spoiler session, we’re going to be talking about what is going down in the final episode of The Equalizer’s current, premiere season 1.

That’s right, guys. Episode 10 is indeed the season 1 finale episode. It’s due out next Sunday night, May 23, 2021. For those of you who are wondering, CBS did indeed renew The Equalizer for a brand new season 2! So, that is great news.

The Terrific CBS folks provided an official teaser description for one of episode 10’s main storylines via their official episode 10 press release. So, that is what we’ll be explaining in this spoiler session. Let’s get into it.

To start, CBS revealed that this new, season finale episode 10 is officially titled, “Reckoning.” It sounds like episode 10 will feature some very intense, dramatic, interesting, possible action-filled, emotional and suspenseful scenes.

In the new episode 10, a European crime syndicate will end up causing some extreme drama. Apparently, the outfit will execute a drug cartel boss. Delilah and her friends will somehow be eyewitnesses to this terrible act. So, the European crime syndicate will threaten Delilah and her friends at some point. All of this crazy drama will totally cause a collision of McCall’s personal and professional life since she’ll obviously have to get involved.

CBS’ official description for episode 10 reads like this, “McCall’s personal and professional lives collide when Delilah and her friends are threatened by a European crime syndicate for being eyewitnesses to the outfit’s execution of a drug cartel boss in the first season finale of THE EQUALIZER.”

Episode 10 will feature a lot of guest stars. They are: Frank Pando as character (Captain Torres), Meliki Hurd as character (Jason), Jamie McRae as character (Tori Roberts), Gianni Ciardiello as character (Owen Kelly), Andrew Rein as character (Peter Kelly), Danny Johnson as character (Benjamin “Big Ben” Dante), Shamika Cotton as character (Nicole).

Guest stars continued: Greg Kaston as character (Surgeon), Valery Lessard as character (Woman), Jenny Strassburg as character (Samantha Roberts), Stan Demidoff as character (Victor Shishani), Florin Penisoara as character (Right Hand Man), Danny Doherty as character (Rodney Thompson), Tony Demil as character (Kostya), Adrian Alvarado as character (Mateo), Eduardo Losan as character (Paco) and Latino Man as character (Pedro Hollywood).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 10 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), Lorraine Toussaint as character (Viola “Vi” Marsette) and Chris Noth as character (William Bishop).

Episode 10 was written by Joseph C. Wilson, and it was directed by Benny Boom.

CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new season finale episode 10 of The Equalizer’s current, premiere season 1 is indeed scheduled to arrive next Sunday night, May 23, 2021 at approximately 7 pm central standard time.

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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