CBS’s “The Equalizer” Is The Series With The Most African American Viewers

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CBS’s “The Equalizer” Season 3 is making waves on CBS holding the spot as one of the Top 5 most viewed programs on the channel which is an amazing stat!

The show is currently one of the big dogs of the channel and one of the newer stats is even more important.

“The Equalizer” is officially the most watched program on TV for African Americans.

CBS shared the list and the series was atop;

Queen Latifah is an advocate for African Americans and showing that we also can dominate in spaces in Hollywood!

The cast and crew should be very proud of this win!

The Equalizer stars Queen Latifah, Tory Kittles, Adam Goldberg, Liza Lapira, Laya DeLeon Hayes, and Lorraine Toussaint. Recurring cast members include Brett Dalton, Gabriel Sloyer, Chris Vance, and Stephen Bishop.

The story follows Robyn McCall (Latifa), an enigmatic woman with a mysterious background. She uses her extensive skills as a former CIA operative to help those with nowhere else to turn. To most, Robyn appears to be just an average single mom who is quietly raising her daughter (Hayes) and living with her aunt (Toussaint). However, to a trusted few, Robyn is The Equalizer, an anonymous guardian angel and defender of the downtrodden, who’s also dogged in her pursuit of personal redemption. Joining Robyn as champions of justice are her longtime friend and former CIA handler (Noth), an edgy bar owner and past colleague (Lapira), and a paranoid and brilliant white-hat hacker (Goldberg). As Robyn aids the oppressed and exploited, her vigilante work garners the attention of a shrewd NYPD Detective (Kittles). He once sought to uncover her identity, but now respects the need for Robyn’s type of justice, even as he often questions her methods.

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