Queen Latifah (Queen Latifah) made her debut in the CBS trailer and is a criminal fighter under the radar Equalizer.
The trailer ended on Saturday, revealing the secret life of Robyn McCall of Latifah. When Robin’s daughter asked her about her sudden departure from get off work, Robin shared the popular non-answer: “It’s complicated.” However, the segment of Robin protecting himself and others from dangerous situations proved to be the opposite.
However, Robin’s daughter is not the only one who wants to learn more about her new bridesmaid. Chris Noth’s William Bishop warned that as Robyn adopted a new, dangerous lifestyle, the CIA was also seeking answers. Although Robyn of Latifah hesitated to answer questions about why she decided to become a new hero, she knew exactly who she was and was not afraid to share.
Equalizer, And Edward Woodward’s reimagining of the classic series, will premiere after the Super Bowl on February 7. Actors also include Lorraine Toussaint as the viola “Viunt Aunt Marsette” and Tory Kittles as Det. Marcus Dante, Adam Goldberg as Harry Keshegian, Liza Lapira as Melody Bayani and Leia Deli Ang Hayes (Laya DeLeon Hayes) plays Delilah.
Andrew Marlowe, Terri Miller, Dana Owens (Queen Latifah), John Davis, John Fox Fox), Debra Martin Chase (Debra Martin Chase), Richard Lindheim (the original “Equalizer” TV series aired on CBS for four seasons), Sakim Compere and director Liz Friedlander (using EP only in the pilot) are executive producers of Universal Television, a subsidiary of Universal Studio Group, and work with Cooperation with CBS Studios.
Watch the trailer below.
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