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Bull and the Trial Analysis Corporation team head to court one last time to finalize a negligent homicide defense that will change the nature of their company and their lives forever.

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Silent Killer
Someone very familiar with Bull's tricks; and Taylor is forced to reevaluate her work-life balance when she gets shocking news about her son.

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The Envelope, Please
Bull breaks from the stress he's been under for months when a mysterious delivery causes him to blackout for hours, leaving him with no memory of his movements.

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Opening Up
A tech CEO accused of wrongfully terminating an employee. Also, Danny contemplates what she wants out of life following a near-death experience.

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The Other Shoe
Bull puts aside his personal grievances to help AUSA Reilly, who prosecuted him for jury tampering, bring one of the world's most dangerous drug lords to justice. As the pair enter into a hesitant partnership, Bull's unconventional style clashes with the lawyer's commitment to working by the book.

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Dark Horse
Dr. Jason Bull and the team of experts at his trial consulting firm employ psychology, human intuition and high-tech data to understand jurors, lawyers, witnesses and defendants and construct effective narratives to help their clients win.

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The Diana Affair
Bull and Izzy experience marital discord when Bull has TAC lead the defense for Diana Lindsay, his ex-girlfriend who's accused of killing her lover's wife. Also, personal conflicts abound for the TAC team when Chunk finds himself defending Diana in court against his boyfriend and prosecutor, Robert.

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With These Hands
Bull takes a frustratingly passive role in court during a medical malpractice suit, when he helps the surgeon who saved his life after his heart attack and must defer to her browbeating attorney on trial strategy. Also, Taylor fights the urge to check into the background of Henri Fray, Marissa’s new love interest.

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Safe Space
Bull helps an agoraphobic client bring a wrongful death suit against the alleged killer of his beloved aunt, but the client's inability to testify in person threatens the trial. Also, Taylor forges a connection with TAC's agoraphobic client, and Chunk's new relationship hits a snag when his mother, Adaline, visits.

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The Hard Right
Bull helps his friend, Army psychiatrist Colonel Victor Taggert (Lou Diamond Phillips), mount a diminished capacity defense for a sergeant accused of killing a fellow soldier. Also, Marissa forges a romantic connection with her art dealer, Henri Fray (Edward Akrout), a French gallery owner in need of legal assistance to stop an auction house from selling a piece of art that should be repatriated.

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The TAC team gets a rare glimpse into Bull's personal life when his estranged brother of 13 years, Jacob Bull, unexpectedly arrives in New York. Also, TAC represents a financial investor accused by the FBI of running a Ponzi scheme with his father to defraud their clients of millions of dollars.

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Family Matters
The TAC team finds itself in a tense and unprecedented situation when Bull faces off against Marissa and her new boss in court, following her departure from the company. Also, Taylor's professional life works against her during her custody battle with her ex-husband.

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Bull and Chunk aim to prove that their client, a woman on trial for murder, committed the crime due to a lack of behavioral control caused by a brain tumor. Also, Taylor's professional and personal worlds come crashing down when she's suspected by the FBI for cybercrimes, and her ex-husband blindsides her regarding their son.

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False Positive
Bull helps a grieving mother, Vernice (Heather Alicia Simms), sue the developers of a computer program that misidentified her son as a criminal, leading him to be fatally shot by the police. Also, Bull and Marissa clash when she considers a job offer from a rival company.

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Snowed In
Bull needs a Christmas miracle when he takes on a sports agency's young assistant charged with providing a star client lethal drugs.

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Confidence Man
Bull's legal troubles go from professional to personal when new evidence in his bribery trial implicates his wife, Izzy. Also, the TAC team's efforts to assist Bull in court are thwarted by his attorney, who fears they will cross a legal line to help their boss.

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Better Angels
Dr. Jason Bull and the team of experts at his trial consulting firm employ psychology, human intuition and high-tech data to understand jurors, lawyers, witnesses and defendants and construct effective narratives to help their clients win.

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King Bull
The TAC team asks Bull to step aside, when they fear his recent issues could negatively affect their defense of a business mogul accused of being mentally unfit to lead his company.

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Uneasy Lies The Crown
Bull faces uncertainty in court, when TAC handles a class action suit against a vaping company selling malfunctioning devices, and the trial outcome hinges on just one juror. Also, Marissa takes the initiative when Bull ignores TAC's growing financial difficulties.

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Bull Undone
Bull contends with a biased jury pool when TAC represents a man charged with his high school girlfriend's murder after a docuseries depicts him as the prime suspect in the decades-old homicide.

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TAC's defense strategy for a client on trial for going public with classified governments under the Espionage Act is compromised when Bull experiences emotional turmoil following his daughter's kidnapping. As Bull grows increasingly agitated, the team faces a difficult time in court when federal law leaves them unable to tell jurors their client's motive for leaking the sensitive information.

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Bull and the TAC team must call upon all their collective experience to locate Bull's kidnapped daughter, and the abductor warns them not to go to the police. As Bull works to build the most important psych profile of his life, he begins to suspect the captor is someone connected to his past.

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Bull is a captivating American legal drama TV series that premiered on September 20, 2016, on CBS. The show takes its inspiration from the early career of Phil McGraw, famously known as Dr. Phil, leveraging from his pre-TV fame days as a prominent trial consultant. The series primarily centers around the enigmatic character, Dr. Jason Bull, portrayed by the charismatic Michael Weatherly, previously known for his role in the hit TV series, NCIS. Bull is the founder of an elite trial consulting firm, Trial Analysis Corporation (TAC), distinguished for its unconventional but effective approach to helping clients win their cases. Dr. Jason Bull, a psychologist by training, employs his expert knowledge of human nature, combined with high-tech data and his intuitive sense of what a jury or judge might be thinking to assist him on cases. The show focuses extensively on Bull's knack for 'reading' people's characters, understanding how they are likely to behave or vote as a jury member. Bull's team includes several integral characters who each contribute their own unique set of skills. His team is an eclectic mix of a lawyer, a neuroscientist, a former detective, a stylist, and a hacker. Together, this diverse team creates tailor-made strategies to tip the scales of justice in their clients' favors. They use mock trials, behavioral analytics, and even virtual reality to tilt the case outcomes as per their predictions and calculations. One of the unique aspects of Bull is its portrayal of the legal process as a psychological and strategic game rather than just a process of arguing facts and applying laws. The show succeeds in presenting a fresh perspective on legal proceedings by focusing on the manipulative nature of courtroom encounters, providing a human touch to the usually stoic image of courtroom dramas. The narrative of each episode intertwines personal lives of the characters with the office environment and the case at hand, creating an intricate and immersive storyline. Dr. Bull, despite his professional success, is a man plagued by complications in his personal life. These subtle nuances to his character take us beyond the courtroom drama, offering a multi-faceted perspective of the protagonist to the audience. His personal shortcomings and vulnerabilities add layers to his personality, making him more complex and intriguing. Moreover, the series doesn't shy away from tackling social issues within its narrative, bringing diversity to its plot and complexity to its characters. The show's crisp dialogue, sharp humor, and the seamless mix of professionalism and personal struggles in the storylines keep the audience intrigued through each episode. The series transitions smoothly from intense courtroom battles to behind-the-scenes strategizing and emotional dialogues, delivering a comprehensive viewing experience. While Bull can be likened to other legal genre TV series with a principal character guiding the plot, the show's unique exploration of trial science marks it distinct in its category. The creators adequately blend in aspects of psychology and data analytics with legal elements, rendering the show as a procedural drama that offers more than its contemporaries. The cast's performance, led by Weatherly's eponymous character, is impeccable and all the characters complement each other perfectly, showing great chemistry. The inter-screen relationships, their backstories, and the evolution of characters throughout the seasons create a connection between the viewers and the characters, making it an emotionally engaging show. The production quality is top-notch, featuring well-crafted sets that bring the corporate and courthouse environment to life. The camerawork is sleek and the editing sharp, offering a visually arresting experience. The music punctuates the show's different moods, whether it's tension in the courtroom, strategizing behind the scenes, or dealing with personal emotions. Whether you're a fan of legal dramas or engrossing character studies, Bull will captivate you with its unique spin on the genre. With its compelling narrative, strong performances, and creative storytelling, Bull provides an immersive viewing journey that keeps you engaged with its emotional depth and compelling plot twists. It will leave you looking forward to each new episode, eager to unravel another facet of trial psychology or a new insight into the characters' lives.

Bull is a series categorized as a currently airing. Spanning 6 seasons with a total of 125 episodes, the show debuted on 2016. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 7.1.

Crime Drama
Michael Weatherly, Geneva Carr, Jaime Lee Kirchner
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