Sep 082022

The Equalizer: Season Two continues the drama series starring Queen Latifah, Tory Kittles, Adam Goldberg, Liza Lapira, Laya DeLeon and Lorraine Toussaint. The DVD comes out on September 20th.



The Equalizer: Season Two

Genre(s): Suspense/Thriller, Drama, Crime
Paramount| NR – 773 min. – $24.99 | September 20, 2022

Date Published: 09/08/2022 | Author: The Movieman

Writer(s): Michael Sloan and Richard Lindheim (based on The Equalizer series); Andrew W. Marlowe & Terri Edda Miller (created by)
Cast: Queen Latifah, Tory Kittles, Adam Goldberg, Liza Lapira, Laya DeLeon, Lorraine Toussaint

Features: Gag Reel, Deleted Scene
Slip Cover: Yes
Digital Copy: No
Formats Included: DVD
Number of Discs: 4

Audio: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78
Subtitles: English SDH
Region(s): 1



Robyn McCall (QUEEN LATIFAH) is reeling from the fallout of Delilah’s (LAYA DELEON HAYES) discovery that her mother is The Equalizer. While McCall struggles to reconnect with Delilah, she is dismayed to learn that her vigilante profile is growing exponentially online. Just as McCall considers ending her work as The Equalizer due to the social chatter and the district attorney’s commitment to bringing her to justice, she takes on an unexpected client: Detective Marcus Dante (TORY KITTLES). Dante approaches McCall to help him find a highly tactical and untraceable group of bank robbers who killed and injured multiple police officers in a recent bank heist. Together, they attempt to run down the criminals and are shocked when their investigation leads them to the highest levels of U.S. intelligence and American politics.



This 4-disc set coes housed in a keep case and comes with a matted slip cover. Features only include a Gag Reel and a Deleted Scene.


VIDEO – 3¾/5, AUDIO – 3½/5

Paramount releases The Equalizer: Season Two onto DVD and is presented with a 16×9 enhanced 1.78 widescreen aspect ratio as originally televised on CBS and looks fine for standard definition. Each episode comes accompanied with a Dolby Digital 5.1 track which was a bit heavy but at least dialogue was decent while depth was okay with the various action sequences.

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