Queen Latifa headed to television in 2021 for the reboot of the classic television series The Equalizer. Gender swapped, with a female lead rather than the male lead from the original series and the Denzel Washington movies, The Equalizer starred Queen Latifa as the vigilante helping others while also trying to raise a daughter. It
Denzel Washington revitalized the concept of The Equalizer with two hit movies, but when CBS introduces its rebooted version following this Sunday’s Super Bowl, it will harken back to the ’80s television show with one big twist: The Equalizer will now be a woman named Robyn McCall, played by Queen Latifah, rather than Robert McCall.
The Equalizer is coming back to television with a new reworked and fresh-looking series for CBS. Many fans know The Equalizer based on the movies starring Denzel Washington that came out in 2014 and 2018 and were directed by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day). However, before that, it was a television series in the ’80s starring
There is a new version of the classic television action thriller The Equalizer coming to CBS. This one stars Queen Latifah and it now has a release date. Deadline reported on December 3 that The Equalizer Season 1 will premiere following the NFL’s Super Bowl game in February 2021. The Equalizer premiere date Deadline reports
The Equalizer is returning to television and the new version will star Queen Latifah as the new lead in the upcoming CBS series. Deadline reported on Nov. 11 that Adam Goldberg has now joined the cast as a lead opposite of Queen Latifah. Adam Goldberg joins The Equalizer Having Adam Goldberg and Queen Latifah locked