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‘The Equalizer’ Season 4: Best Ways to Stream the Show for Free

Mr. Nimbus | 02/18/2024

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Queen Latifah is back as Robyn McCall in season 4 of The Equalizer. The latest season of the crime series premieres Sunday (Feb. 18) on CBS and Paramount+.

“We are so happy to be back… and we are going to give the people what they need,” Latifah shared in a recent interview with Entertainment Tonight explaining what fans can expect from the new season.

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“You will get the family, the love [and] all the action you can handle,” she said before adding that viewers will see “explosions, people diving and ducking and all that good stuff.”

Read on for ways to watch and stream The Equalizer.

What Time Does The Equalizer Season 4 Premiere?

Season 4 of The Equalizer premieres Sunday, Feb. 18, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. The series premiere will also stream live on Paramount+ with Showtime.

Where to Watch The Equalizer for Free

If you don’t have cable (or a digital antenna to watch CBS and other local channels), streaming is the easiest and most affordable way to watch your favorite shows. And there are plenty of ways to watch The Equalizer — without spending money up front. For example, you can get a free trial through Paramount+, Fubo or DirecTV to stream the season premiere.

Keep reading for more details on how to watch The Equalizer on Paramount+ vs. Paramount+ with Showtime, DirecTV and Fubo.  

How to Watch The Equalizer on Paramount+

What is Paramount+ with Showtime? It combines two streaming platforms for one low price: $11.99/month after a 7-day free trial (use code: GOAT to extend the free trial for 30 days). The plan gives you access to the live stream shows via your local CBS affiliate in addition to on-demand streaming.

With the Paramount+ Essential, $5.99/month, you can stream The Equalizer on demand a day after the episode airs.  

From movies to TV to sporting events, Paramount+ is stacked with bingeable content available only to subscribers. Some of Paramount+ Originals streaming now include Halo, The Family Stone, Ink Master, Mayor of Kingstown and Seal Team, and movies such as Good Burger, Mission Impossible Dead Reckoning, Transformers Rise of the Beast and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtle Mayhem.

Paramount+ with Showtime combines both platforms, which essentially gives you more bang for your buck. You’ll get to stream Paramount+ Originals alongside Showtime Originals such as The Chi, Yellowjackets, Dexter, The Affair, Couples Therapy and other TV series and movies streaming exclusively on the platform.

How to Watch The Equalizer on DirecTV

Say goodbye to cable chords. DirecTV Stream gives you instant access to live television — local and cable channels — for one low price.

Watch CBS, NBC, ABC and other local networks in addition to cable networks such as AMC, A&E, FX, Bravo, Cartoon Network, ESPN, ESPN2, FS1, FS2, VH1, Fuse, CNN, Food Network, Lifetime, CNBS, BET, MTV, Paramount Network and dozens of other channels on DirecTV.

DirecTV offers a 5-day free trial and streaming plans starting at less than $80.

How to Watch ‘The Equalizer’ on Fubo

Fubo Pro is $75 per month to stream over 100 channels including local and cable channels. Plus, a 7-day free trial.

Get live access to local channels such as CBS, NBC and Fox and a ton of cable channels including Bravo, TLC, TNT, TBS, E!, FS1, MTV, CMT, FX, ID, Ion, OWN, Paramount Network, TV Land, and VH1.

More Ways to Watch

New episodes of The Equalizer will also be available to stream on The Roku Channel, Apple TV and Prime Video.

If you’re streaming internationally, VPNs such as Express VPN, NordVPN and PureVPN let you access a number of streaming platforms.

The Equalizer TV series, which is adapted from the film franchise and executive produced by Latifah and Richard Lindheim and Michael Sloan, premiered after Super Bowl LV in 2021. The show’s cast includes Adam Goldberg, Liza Lapira, Laya DeLeon Hayes and Lorraine Toussaint.

A special teaser from Season 4 premiered after Super Bowl LVIII.

Watch the sneak peek below.

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Written by Mr. Nimbus




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