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Bull uses his skills and those of his team not only to select the right jurors for his clients, but also to help his clients' lawyers decide which type of argument will win over jurors best.
Bull is inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw , who also serves as an executive producer. On February 2, , it was announced that CBS had given the production a pilot order.
The episode was written by Dr. Phil McGraw and by Paul Attanasio , who was expected to executive produce alongside Phil McGraw, Jay McGraw , Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, Mark Goffman , Steven Spielberg , and Rodrigo Garcia.
Production companies involved with the pilot include Amblin Television , Atelier Paul Attanasio, Stage 29 Productions and CBS Television Studios.
On May 13, , CBS officially ordered the pilot to series. A few days later, it was announced that the series, would premiere in the fall of and air on Tuesdays at P.
On November 4, , CBS picked up the series for a full season of 22 episodes. Michael Weatherly , Geneva Carr , Freddy Rodriguez , Chris Jackson and Jaime Lee Kirchner were part of the pilot's main cast.
Annabelle Attanasio , a main cast member for the first two seasons, did not return for Season 3 in order to direct an independent film.
Eliza Dushku appeared in the final three episodes of the first season in a recurring role that was intended to become a regular role in Season 2.
However, following a complaint Dushku made about Weatherly making sexually suggestive comments, she was fired.
After appearing as a recurring character in the first four seasons, Yara Martinez was upgraded to series regular for season 5. Internationally, the series premiered in the UK on FOX UK on January 13, The series premiered in Australia on Network Ten on March 5, Prison Break.
S5 E3. Bull assists Chunk as he represents a convict from his law school's legal aid clinic, a woman accused of killing a guard while trying to escape during a prison transport.
While the prosecution alleges the woman shot the guard as she tried to flee, Chunk argues that she is being falsely accused by a guard who attempted to sexually assault her during the transport.
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Drama , Dramedy. S1, Ep9. Bull returns to his childhood home to help a young man whose connection to the town reflects his own.
S1, Ep When Bull helps the CEO of a company accused of killing an employee with a self-driving car, he learns that his client is keeping a big secret that could sabotage a trial win.
Bull is asked to consult on a civil suit against a teacher who had a sexual relationship with a minor, but his takes a blow when the teen takes the teacher's side.
The wife of a man who Danny helped imprison for manslaughter detonates a bomb at the TAC offices and takes the team hostage in order to force Bull to prove her husband's innocence.
When Bull helps a professional eSports video game player accused of throwing a championship game sue his former team manager for defamation, his trial strategy is to prove his client is a compulsive winner who is psychologically incapable of losing on purpose.
When Bull has Benny defend a whistle-blowing army analyst, Lt. In court, Benny states that the wealthy black couple work long hours and have been looking for nannies, while the black couple's lawyer points out that the white husband attends therapy weekly to seek help from his abusive childhood.
When divorce papers the white wife filed a year prior come to light, she defends herself saying she was suffering from hormones and mood swings during her pregnancy, while the opposing lawyer interjects that the wife had dropped the divorce solely upon learning of her pregnancy.
Finally, Danny researches the black couple and finds out that the black wife is in remission from cancer.
A compassionate Bull comes up with a solution: the white wife gives one of her eggs to the black couple for their fertility treatment in exchange for both couples being given visitation time with each other's children.
Samir Shadid, a successful heart surgeon who has saved numerous lives, is arrested and accused of knowing that his father paid a large sum to get him admitted to an exclusive university over ten years ago.
Bull looks for jurors who believe in second chances, but the TAC team is forced to use their last available discretionary pick to choose between two jurors they don't want.
Samir claims he was unaware of what his now-deceased father did. The middleman actually a woman who worked with the corrupt admissions officer claims Samir was present when his father made the payment, but Samir's mother swears on the stand that her son had no idea.
During the trial, Bull is forced to leave when an overdue Izzy has pains, but it is false labor. The TAC team learns of a bribe being paid to a juror, which turns out to be from a lawyer who had also been accused of paying the same middleman and has an interest in the outcome.
Bull shares this information with the prosecutor, and encourages her to drop the current case. As the court case closes, Izzy goes into labor for real, and gives birth to a daughter.
Vivian Cahill Anna Wood , an old college friend of Bull, is accused of murdering her verbally-abusive father, Terrence, in their home.
Bull accepts the case, but complications arise when Benny suffers from a bursted appendix during the early stages of the trial.
Chunk stands in as Vivian's legal representative with Benny serving as his remote supervisor. The TAC team learn through their investigation that the culprit was not a debt collector harassing Vivian, but an illegitimate son of Terrence who accidentally killed him in a fit of rage.
FBI agents arrest Elena Smith for kidnapping her 3-year old niece, Sarah Cooper, 12 years ago because of overwhelming evidence that Sarah's father, Jim Cooper, was abusing both Sarah and his now-deceased wife Elena's sister.
Sarah, now 15 and known by the name Chloe Smith, has been raised by Elena as her daughter. Bull and Benny anticipate a difficult trial, given that there is no doubt Elena is guilty of the crime, so Bull hopes to select jurors who will see the act as a rescue instead of a kidnapping.
Marissa proposes that Jim, now living in Florida with a new wife and 2-year old son, could still be abusive, so Danny goes to investigate.
Danny finds evidence from the son's preschool that he has been abused, but the judge will not let Benny call any witnesses who did not see Jim abuse his wife or son first-hand.
Danny locates the wife, Sofia, and coaxes her to appear as a witness, which turns the case around. Due to a previous pro bono agreement that TAC is required to honor, they defend Dr.
Natalie Reznick, who is accused of sending anthrax-laden cards to multiple people, two of whom died from the substance. The letters were sent shortly after federal funding was cut for the research Reznick's department conducts.
While it's widely believed she sent the cards to prove that anthrax is still a threat, Reznick insists she's been framed.
During the trial, which is not going well, Marissa opens a card with Taylor nearby and a powdery substance explodes out, potentially contaminating both.
It turns out to be powdered sugar, likely sent by someone who is angry with TAC for defending "Dr. Danny and Taylor ultimately construct video evidence from a series of cameras that show Reznick's supervisor mailing letters within the opportune time window.
On a snowy evening, train pilot Walter Mora Craig muMs Grant sees a green signal but his train crashes into a parked train, killing four passengers and injuring several more.
Mora awakes from his own injuries six days later with no recollection of the incident. TAC takes the case, defending Mora against the train company which has ruled pilot error, but Bull quickly notices that Mora is depressed and seems unwilling to fight.
Danny interviews a potential witness, another train pilot who was fired for saying a signal was green when it should have been red, but he could see the idle train in the distance and was able to stop.
After that witness is ruled out because there is no proof to support his claims, Taylor works all night to uncover anomalies in the train company's maintenance records that support intermittently malfunctioning signals.
Meanwhile, Benny presses Bull to get his daughter baptized, while Bull is refusing because Izzy will not marry him for a second time.
Carlos Bernard. Idealistic Judge Duggan Kelcy Griffin is arrested for obstructing the FBI when they show up in her courtroom to arrest a witness, a nurse who helped a doctor in an assisted suicide.
Duggan had allowed the witness to leave out the back door of the court so she could meet with lawyers before being arrested.
The FBI claims they are within their rights to arrest anyone on a Federal crime, but Duggan contests witnesses who make deals should not feel threatened by another agency.
Bull instructs Benny that they want jurors who can see not just the letter of the law, but also the intent of the law. Benny seems to be making headway in the hearing, when the prosecution calls a rebuttal witness to the stand.
The witness says Duggan had lunch with him twice to discuss the possibility of a daytime courtroom show. Though Duggan says she made no deal with the witness, the jury is affected and finds her guilty.
As a last-ditch effort, Bull and Benny find a way to appeal to the acting judge Xander Berkeley in Duggan's case during the sentencing phase.
While Taylor and her life-long friend, Caroline, spend a night out on the town for their annual get-together, Caroline is struck by a Lamborghini Urus driven by a rich, underage-drinking, diplomat's daughter.
Although the immunity agreement prohibits a manslaughter trial, TAC is able to bring a civil suit. During the investigation, it becomes evident the diplomat's daughter is protecting her friend who was actually driving and does not have the same privileges of diplomatic immunity.
As the COVID lockdown becomes prolonged and jury trials continue to be postponed, Bull begins to worry if he can pay his staff and keep his office open any longer.
An opportunity arises when a representative from LDI, a company that uses software to assist landlords in background checks for potential tenants, says they are being sued by multiple people who were denied apartments because others with the same or similar names had background issues.
Desperate for a paying client, Bull takes the case, but soon learns the jury will be remote and TAC can only hear them, not see them.
Bull becomes convinced that a juror Marissa does not want is the key to winning the case, but he cannot explain why.
After the case seems unwinnable and is sure to go to a settlement, Bull insists he wants to meet that juror. When he does, the juror looks just like Izzy.
Bull then awakes from a five-day slumber, having recovered from his own bout with COVID , and realizes the entire LDI trial was a dream.
When Benny enters the room, he tells Bull that New York will be resuming jury trials. Bull immediately asks about jurors, and learns they will be present in the courtroom, wearing masks and sitting at least six feet apart.
The episode ends with the main cast doing a lip dub to " How Can I Be Sure " by The Young Rascals as the sets are dismantled to show how the series is being produced during the COVID pandemic.
Chunk agrees to defend Lily Knowles, who is being sued for wrongful death in a case brought by the wealthy Evelyn Waters.
Waters' daughter Claire and her boyfriend were killed by a collapsed beam in a dilapidated building used by struggling artists as a place to squat and work.
Lily is accused of encouraging artists to stay there, despite being told that the building was unsafe. As Chunk is surveying the building with Lily, Benny shows up with Evelyn.
They bring the conflict of interest concerns to Bull, who initially says TAC must defend Lily because Chunk was first to line up his client. Benny argues that Chunk's client is pro bono while Evelyn can pay, and TAC desperately needs a paying case.
Bull then says they must try to get the judge to agree to TAC representing both sides, which she does after accepting their terms.
Benny has Danny and Marissa work for him, while Bull and Taylor work for Chunk. As the case moves along, Chunk confides to Bull how much he needs to learn from Benny, whose tactics appear to be working.
The jury indeed finds Lily responsible for the two deaths, but they award damages of only one dollar. As the episode closes, Benny is approached by an ADA, who tells him the current District Attorney is embroiled in controversy and will be stepping down.
He wants Benny to run for DA in a special April election. When her transport van is pulled over in an area off the beaten path, prisoner Ronnie Vincent escapes into the brush, causing guard Roland Terrell to accidentally shoot and kill his partner who chased after Ronnie.
TAC represents Ronnie, with Chunk believing her claim that Terrell was preparing to rape her. TAC looks for jurors that may distrust authority figures, but their final selection turns out to be someone Marissa knows from high school.
When she joins a classmates website to look him up, the man makes contact with her via text. This gets the juror thrown out, and the only alternate is a juror that TAC strongly avoided.
During the case, Chunk points out that Ronnie had no incentive to escape with her sentence on jewelry theft ending in six months.
Terrell owes the van being pulled over to recurring mechanical issues, which the police motor pool representative seems to confirm.
However, Danny learns of one van that was never checked for evidence because it had recently been decommissioned.
That van turns out to have Terrell's semen in it, showing a pattern of raping female prisoners. Meanwhile, Benny and Izzy wonder why Bull has not given his blessing for Benny to run for DA.
Bull says he is worried about the dirty nature of politics, but ultimately assures Benny he will support him. Marissa is awakened early in the morning by FBI agents and hauled downtown, where she sees her estranged husband, Greg.
Agents state that Douglas Scott, who owns a third of Greg's restaurant, is a drug dealer that has been laundering money through the establishment.
They accuse Marissa and Greg, who still co-own the other two-thirds, of being complicit. Greg tells Marissa that he knew something smelled, but he chose to look the other way because it meant he could keep the restaurant open.
TAC represents both Marissa and Greg, but on the day of Marissa's testimony, Bull advises her to be completely honest, even if it hurts Greg.
Marissa does imply on the stand that Greg knew Scott's money could have been dirty. Greg then flees the court before his turn to take the stand.
The next day, the federal prosecutor tells the judge they have accepted a plea: Greg will serve a reduced sentence of no more than 36 months in exchange for having the charges against Marissa dropped and cooperating in the case against Scott.
On the courthouse steps, Marissa thanks Greg and invites him to Christmas dinner. Meanwhile, Bull is conflicted over giving Izzy an engagement ring for Christmas, wary following her two failed marriages, including the first one to him.
Two days before Christmas, Izzy gives Bull an engagement ring and pops the question. TAC defends Rey Lucas Liam Wright , a prominent religious leader with a large following who is accused of killing his wife, Olivia.
The pastor's credibility is challenged when it's revealed he had a secret gay lover, which he kept hidden from his parishioners as well as thousands of readers who bought his book about marital success.
The pastor insists Olivia knew about his sexuality, and in fact she had a lesbian lover, but they stayed married for their mutual benefit. The case is further complicated when the wife's lover testifies that she was pressuring Olivia to end her marriage.
A later revelation that Olivia also handled finances for the church points to another motive and another suspect. TAC defends Dr. Kinsey, who is being sued for malpractice after a patient, one of several mass shooting victims in the ER on the fateful day, dies while under her care.
Kinsey was forced to make a choice between two victims, and chose to use a non-authorized REBOA procedure to stabilize a male patient while attending to a female patient whose condition was worse than initially thought.
The male patient, Watkins, died after Kinsey's life-saving efforts on the female patient took too long.
Bull assigns Chunk to try the case, over the client's initial objections. The prosecution argues that the procedure and Kinsey's neglect caused Watkins' death, and testimony from a nurse whom Kinsey scolded that day and the supervising surgeon Dr.
Park seem to back up the charges. Chunk ignores Bull's request to call for a recess at a critical point, explaining that he thought the jury needed to hear his cross-examination immediately.
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