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On 11/18/2022 at 2:19 PM, Trini said:

From TVLine:

Thank you. I was just going to post a question as to when The Equalizer was supposed to return mid-season because I just noticed it wasn't on my TV schedule file for January and CBS's announcement on November 14 of its mid-season premieres and returns didn't include it

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According to a friend in the know, Aunt Vi (Lorraine Toussaint) will play Gertrude in Hamlet in this summer's Shakespeare in the Park in NYC!

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Preview (and video clip) of this coming Sunday's episode with quotes from Lorraine Toussaint: https://www.tvinsider.com/1090044/the-equalizer-season-3-episode-15-lorraine-toussaint-preview/


The Equalizer, as it has done before, shines a light on an important social issue in the April 23 episode: domestic violence. At the center of it is Aunt Vi (Lorraine Toussaint), trying to help her masseuse in “No Way Out,” which does also get personal for her.


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Another preview article with another clip: https://www.theroot.com/exclusive-the-equalizer-reveals-a-tragic-secret-from-a-1850362041


Season 3 of The Equalizer has allowed viewers to learn more about Vi’s past, which is something Toussaint always wanted for her character.

“When we started this adventure three years ago, one of the things that the writers and I talked about is that Vi is a deep well,” she said. “She’s lived a big life, so the part that you get introduced to early on is really just the tip of the iceberg. As the series unfolds and evolves, you get to see that some of the qualities that our audiences like most about Vi is…by virtue of having lived.”


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I'm thrilled that CBS is finally giving up on having a 10pm show during football season, so we don't have to fool around so much with our DVRs.

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I couldn't find any articles about it, but it looks like The Equalizer is now airing in weekend syndication?  The NBC affiliate here is listing early season 1 episodes on both Saturdays and Sundays to fill the time after college/NFL football.  I'm kind of surprised this would happen now with only 46 episodes.

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