Bull is a TV Show in the Legal Drama Genre that has been going on for 6 seasons. The show is about the lives of the people working at TAC. TAC is the Trial Analysis Corporation. However, they are a Jury Consulting firm managed by Jason Bull. Bull is a Trial Science Expert as well as a psychologist. He uses his expertise to select the best jurors for his clients. Best, they are selected cause they are most likely to agree to the client’s wishes. He also helps the client’s lawyers with finding the best strategy to win over the jury. An interesting thing to note, Bull was inspired by the early life of Dr. Phill. Who is the executive producer of the show.?
Where to Watch the Show?
The shows international fans need not fret as several popular streaming services have this particular TV Show. Even if you are not comfortable with the Default language there must be several voice-over & subtitle options available based on your geographical location. You can stream the show on the Official CBS Website. Unfortunately, there are no other platforms that offer the show to stream. Furthermore, the show has an IMDb rating of 7.0 /10 and a rotten tomatoes rating of 58%. The show has over 120 episodes snapping over 6 seasons. Each season has about 20-22 episodes with season 5 being the only exception with 16 episodes.
Is Bull Renewed for a New Season?
The show started airing back in Late September 2016. The show started the premiere of its 6th season on the 7th of October and the season ended with 22 episodes on the 26th of May 2022. New episodes were aired weekly on Thursdays. It has a rating of TV-14 and an episode duration of 60 Minutes. There is some bad news for the Bull fans out there. It has been announced that Bull Season 6 is the last and final season of the show.
Why was the Show Cancelled?
Michael Weatherly did an amazing job portraying Dr. Jason Bull. The American actor, musician, director, and producer is known for his roles in NCIS and Dark Angel. CBS decided to cancel the show as Michael Weatherly quit the show to peruse other creative challenges. He has been playing the role for over 6 years now and he said in an interview that “its time for Dr. Bull’s story to come to a close”. Will Jason Bull ever return? We do not know. Maybe not with Weatherly at the helm but with a set of new cast members.
Story Till Now
Bull’s current client Ed Wilson is as guilty as they come. Jason knows he is guilty of several murders but he can’t disclose the information as he can lose his license for doing so. Bull is frustrated as he is unable to do anything about it. However, seeing the family members of one of his victims made him remember when his daughter got kidnapped. In the end, Jason did break the attorney-client privilege by telling the Jury that his client is guilty. What’s more, Bull decides to retreat from the attorney profession for good.