The Equalizer is the latest release from the television show of the same name. The series follows the story of a man who works as an undercover agent for the FBI but moonlights as a vigilante seeking to bring wrongs against society to justice. This new season will follow Robert McCall’s adventures in New Orleans and his continued fight against corruption in the city. This article is about “The Equalizer Season 2.
Release date of The Equalizer season 2:
10th October 2021
Cast and characters of The Equalizer season 2:
-Robert McCall’s: the main protagonist of the series is an undercover agent who moonlights as a vigilante seeking to bring wrongs against society to justice.
-Meredith: the daughter of Robert McCall, the girl has a good relationship with her father but the two often get into fights and disagreements.
-Alina: the ex-wife of Robert McCall who left him after he decided to remain in Boston for work rather than relocate to New Orleans with her. The mother of his child continues to be the love of his life.
-Bill: the ex-partner of Robert McCall who still holds a grudge against him for stealing their previous case and leaving the two partners to clean up the mess while he moved on with his own career in the FBI. Bill is also an agent that has been working within Boston’s criminal underworld.
-Sam: the son of Robert McCall who works in the fashion industry following the death of his mother.
-Teri: a young woman who has been working with assassins since her early teens but becomes involved with the wrong people and is forced to flee for her life. McCall has the opportunity to help her but questions if she will be able to change after everything that she has experienced.
-Teddy: an assassin who comes into the picture as Robert’s personal nemesis, Teddy’s main goal is always coming out on top no matter what the cost.
-Cooke: the leader of a major drug cartel who forces the McCall family into the middle of his bloody business when he takes out Teri’s boyfriend and tries to kill her in the process.
-Pablo: Teri’s boyfriend is brutally murdered by the men working for the drug cartel that Robert has angered in the past when trying to free McCall’s friend.
The plot is unknown at this time but it is likely that Robert McCall’s fight to keep wrongs righted in New Orleans will continue. The show has been announced for a ten-episode season with the writer Michael Sloan returning from the original series to write all of the episodes. While the cast has yet to be announced there are still several months until the show will air on the Amazon Prime streaming service.