New The Equalizer Season 2 Spoilers For March 13, 2022 Episode 12 Revealed

New The Equalizer Season 2 Spoilers For March 13, 2022 Episode 12 Revealed

Hey, “The Equalizer” fans. We hope you guys totally had blast with what episode 11 offered up tonight. Now that episode 11 has officially come and gone, we are back on here to tell what you guys can expect to see in the next, new episode 12 of The Equalizer’s current season 12 when it rolls around next Sunday night, March 13, 2022.

Thanks to the terrific NBC folks, we were able to gather up a couple of new, official teaser descriptions for this new episode 12 via their official episode 12 press release. So, we will be going over those in this spoiler session. Let’s do it.

For starters, CBS lets us know that this new episode 12 of The Equalizer’s current season 2 is officially labeled/titled, “Somewhere Over The Hudson.” It sounds like episode 12 will feature some more very interesting, action-filled, dramatic, intense and possible emotional scenes as McCall helps out a mob accountant. Mel starts fretting over some major news she has to reveal and more!

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the McCall and mob accountant situation. It turns out that a mob accountant named Bert Singer will be in search of a certain lost ledger because it’s what he needs to give to the FBI in order to gain access to the Federal Witness Protection Program. So, we will eventually see McCall help Bert out with this situation.

CBS’ official description for this McCall and Bert Singer plotline reads like this, “McCall helps a mob accountant, Bert Singer (Josh Cooke), scour the city for a lost ledger of evidence he must provide to the FBI in exchange for entrance into the Federal Witness Protection Program.”

The second and last spoiler scoop for this new episode 12 lets us know that Mel is going to have quite the dilemma to work out in this episode. Apparently, Mel has a best friend who actually comforted her for many years in regards to the death of a man who never really died!

CBS’ description for this latest, Mel situation reads like this, “Mel frets over how to tell her best friend, who comforted her for years about Harry’s death, that Harry never died at all.”

Episode 12 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Josh Cooke as character (Bert Singer), J.J. Wynder-Wilkins as character (Jackie Fowler), Louisa Krause as character (Rae), Bernard Bygott as character (Wick), Don DiPetta as character (J.C. Romano).

Guest stars continued: Giorgio Panetta as character (Vince), Alphonso Walker, Jr. as character (Floyd), Jared P-Smith as character (Lou), Derek Russo as character (Mateo), Evelyn Howe as character (Agent Hamilton), Nathan Hinton as character (Cecil), Veralyn Jones as character (Kat), Christina Brucato as character (Shira) and John Preator as character (Brock).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 12 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).

Episode 12 was written by Rob Hanning, and it was directed by John Krokidas.

CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 12 of The Equalizer’s current season 2 is indeed scheduled to hit the air next Sunday night, March 13, 2022 at approximately 7 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

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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