When will Episode 12 of The Equalizer Season 3 air on CBS? Release date, plot and more
The equalizer is set to return this week with a new episode on CBS, putting the always brilliant Queen Latifah back in action.
The third season of the hugely popular show has been brilliant so far, with 11 episodes taking the drama to the next level. This time, the upcoming episode will feature another intriguing case with a suspect confused about the possible crime.
Titled Lost and found, this upcoming episode of The equalizer will air March 19 at 8 p.m. ESTwhich marks almost the halfway point in the series and potentially offers some exciting drama as Robyn McCall (played by Queen Latifah) is forced to face another exciting action as the star of the world of vigilante justice.
Starring Queen Latifah, this episode also stars Tory Kittles as Detective Marcus Dante, Adam Goldberg as Harry Keshegian, Liza Lapira as Melody “Mel” Bayani, and Laya DeLeon Hayes as Delilah.
The equalizer Season 3 Episode 12 Promo: Much more than meets the eye
The equalizer Season 3 Episode 12 will have a very complicated puzzle, one where the victim or criminal, we still don’t know which, lands on Robyn McCall’s doorstep, opening a giant riddle with hardly any solution. The short promo shows this along with some flashes from the man’s last night.
This mystery has to be built from scratch unlike the ones we see in other episodes, which potentially makes it a lot more interesting to watch. It could also mean that there are many arenas for twists in this episode, which makes it all the more interesting.
The synopsis for the upcoming episode as released by ABC is as follows:
“When a man who claims to have lost his memory wakes up behind a dumpster, gun in hand, McCall and the team follow a trail of clues to uncover his whereabouts the night before.”
This episode is directed by Tamika Miller from a script by Joe Gazzam.
What is CBS? The equalizer all about?
The reinterpretation of the popular 1980s series starring Queen Latifah, The equalizer premiered on February 7, 2021 on CBS. It is the second reboot of the franchise, following the 2014 film and its 2018 and 2023 sequels, starring Denzel Washington.
It is produced by John Davis, John Fox, Debra Martin Chase, Andrew Marlowe and Terri Miller and created by Richard Lindheim with Michael Sloan. The synopsis for the series reads:
“The series revolves around Robyn McCall, an enigmatic New York City woman and single mother to teenage daughter Delilah from a mysterious background who uses her vast abilities to help those who have nowhere else to turn and as a guardian angel and… Defender for those who cannot defend themselves while pursuing their own salvation.”
The third season, like the second, will consist of 18 episodes and will last until later this year. The show has already been renewed for a fourth season, so Latifah’s understanding of the character will linger for some time to come.
The equalizer is also available to stream on Paramount Plus.