The Equalizer season 3 review

The Equalizer season 3 has replaced both Andrew W Marlowe and Terri Edda Miller as showrunners.

Season 2 of the CBS crime drama is yet to wrap up, but according to Deadline, that hasn’t stopped the network from bringing in Joseph C Wilson and Adam Glass to oversee future episodes – should any get commissioned.

“We are incredibly proud of the work we did to bring The Equalizer to audiences,” Marlowe and Miller said in a joint statement.

“It’s been an honour and privilege to work with one of the most talented casts and crews in the business. Now, in the spirit of The Equalizer, it’s time to raise up other important voices who we know will carry on the heart and soul of this show.”

A reboot of the same-named ’80s series, The Equalizer follows the Oscar-nominated Queen Latifah as Robyn McCall, the eponymous ex-CIA operative dealing out her own brand of violent justice on the streets.

Since 2014, Denzel Washington has portrayed a big-screen version of the same character – Robert McCall – and will in fact reprise him for a third movie next year.

“They have written the third Equalizer, so I’m scheduled to do that,” the actor announced back in January. “So I gotta get in shape and start beating people up again. I get to beat people up again.

The Tragedy of Macbeth and then going and beating some people up. Can’t get any better, right?”

The TV show’s Chris Noth was removed as the character William Bishop last Christmas following various sexual misconduct allegations.

The Equalizer airs on CBS in the US.

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