Bull has been going on since 2016, and it has become a success story. CBS immediately acknowledged the potential of the show. The show is based on the early life of Dr. Phil McGraw, who was the founder of one of the biggest law firms in America.
The show has been renewed for its fourth season. Amblin Television confirmed that it would be severing ties with the series. Amblin Television is Steven Spielberg’s production company. Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey have worked as executive producers on the show. The show won’t be affected by the Amblin Television pulling out.
It was confirmed that Amblin Television pulled out after Eliza Dushku made sexual harassment claims against Michael Weatherly. Dushku also claimed that she was written out of the show after she confronted Weatherly. CBS gave her an estimated £7.2 million ($9.5 million) in December 2018.
At that time, CBS issued an apology in which they stated that the allegations made by Dushku are the reason why they are intent on keeping the workplace safe and respectful. Weatherly denied his involvement in Dushku’s being written out. He made an apology in which he said, “While taping our show, I made some jokes mocking some lines in the script.” He also said Eliza told him that she wasn’t comfortable with Weatherly’s humor. Weatherly said that he immediately apologized to her.
The third season of Bull it is aired in January 2019 on FOX UK. It is clear that we will have to wait for quite some time for the fourth season. In the United States, all the seasons of Bull have aired in September on CBS.
Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason Bull
Freddy Rodríguez as Benny Colón, Bull’s lawyer
Geneva Carr as Marissa Morgan
Jaime Lee Kirchner as Danny James
Chris Jackson as Chunk Palmer