New The Equalizer Season 2 Spoilers For March 20, 2022 Episode 13 Revealed

New The Equalizer Season 2 Spoilers For March 20, 2022 Episode 13 Revealed

Hey, “The Equalizer” fans. We hope that episode 12 supplied all the action and drama you wanted tonight. Now that episode 12 is officially complete, we are back in your faces to deliver up one of the main situations that will be going on in the next, new episode 13 of The Equalizer’s current season 2, which is due out next Sunday night,March 20, 2022.

We were able to get a hold of an official teaser description for one of episode 13’s main storylines via the wonderful CBS folks and their official episode 13 press release. So, that’s what we’ll be taking a look at in this spoiler session. Let’s get into it.

First off, CBS let us know that this new episode 13 has been given an official title. It’s called, “D.W.B.” So, that is quite a short and simple title. We’re pretty sure its initials stand for something. Anyways, it sounds like episode 13 will feature some very intense, dramatic, action-filled, suspenseful, scandalous and possible emotional scenes.

In the new episode 13, an abduction and injury to Dante will be the main focus of this storyline that CBS chose to reveal. Yep, poor Dante is going to get abducted at some point in this episode by a pair of panicked deputies. Apparently, they’re going to fear getting retaliated against after detaining Dante with any type of plausible cause.

If that’s not enough, they’re going to use excessive force on Dante before they realize that he’s actually a cop. From that point, they will leave him injured and alone. During this time, Dante will start hallucinating. So, we’re going to get some flashbacks of Dante’s complicated childhood. Meanwhile, you guys can expect to see McCall race against the clock to try and find Dante.

CBS’ official description for episode 13 reads like this, “McCall races to find Dante when he’s abducted by a pair of panicked deputies who fear reprisal after they detained Dante without cause and used excessive force before realizing he’s a fellow cop. Alone and injured, Dante experiences hallucinations that reveal his complicated childhood on the CBS Original series THE EQUALIZER.”


Episode 13 will feature quite a few guest stars. They are: Lee Turgensen as character (Deputy Barnes), Brandon Espinoza as character (Deputy Morales), Destin Khari as character (Kyler Dante), Tyler Williams as character (Stefon Dante), Valarie Pettiford as character (Carol Dante).

Guest stars continued: Danny Johnson as character (Benjamin “Big Ben” Dante), Jelani Dacres as character (8-Year-Old Dante), Dennis Boutsikaris as character (Judge Clemmens), Jackson Loo as character (Detective Stafford), Ron Canada as character (Curtis Baker), Johnny Sanchez as character (Manager), Ashley Jordyn as character (Ruth) and Michael Pemberton as character (Sheriff Paulson).

Episode 13 will feature one recurring star. That one person is: Jennifer Ferrin as character (D.A. Avery Grafton)

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 13 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 13 was written by Joseph C. Wilson, and it was directed by Slick Naim.

CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 13 of The Equalizer’s current season 2 is indeed scheduled to make its debut next Sunday night, March 20, 2022 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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