List of Bull (2016 TV series) episodes
Bull is an American drama television series starring Michael Weatherly. CBS ordered the program to series on May 13, 2016, and it premiered on September 20, 2016. The show is based on the early days of talk show host Dr. Phil McGraw's career, when he was a trial consultant. On May 6, 2020, CBS renewed the series for a fifth season.
As of May 4, 2020,[update] 87 episodes of Bull have aired, concluding the fourth season.
|Season||Episodes||Originally aired||Rank||Average viewership|
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||23||September 20, 2016||May 23, 2017||5||15.21|
|2||22||September 26, 2017||May 8, 2018||8||14.37|
|3||22||September 24, 2018||May 13, 2019||16||11.36|
|4||20||September 23, 2019||May 4, 2020||14||10.60|
Season 1 (2016–17)
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||"The Necklace"||Rodrigo García||Paul Attanasio & Phil McGraw||September 20, 2016||101||15.56|
|Dr. Jason Bull, a divorced psychologist and expert jury consultant, is hired to help defend the son of a millionaire who had sex with a drug-dealing girl from his school. When the son is accused of murdering the girl, Bull must use his skills and technology to deduce the intentions of the jurors, his client, and everyone else involved.|
|2||"The Woman in 8D"||Doug Aarniokoski||Mark Goffman & David Wilcox||September 27, 2016||102||13.61|
|A commercial plane crash due to wind shear causes the deaths of 62 people, with the plane's female pilot, Captain Taylor Mathison (Trieste Kelly Dunn), being the lone survivor. To avoid negative publicity, the airline is complicit in getting a negligence lawsuit brought against Mathison. When Bull and his team learn juries would more likely acquit a male pilot, they must help Mathison get her life back and not be judged by her gender. In so doing, Bull convinces Mathison to fire her lawyer, who wants to settle, and has Benny try the case.|
|3||"Unambiguous"||Jan Eliasberg||Liz Kruger & Craig Shapiro||October 11, 2016||104||13.00|
|Bull and his team defend Reese (Celeste Arias), accused of the previously unsolved murder of a star college basketball player, after popular crime blogger Ellen Huff (Sarah Steele) reveals Reese was raped by the murder victim and had made threats against him. The case pits Benny against his former colleague and flame, Amanda (Tiffany Villarin). The team has to create reasonable doubt for the jurors by uncovering a steroid scandal among the basketball team as well as unedited audio that reveals Huff omitted salient facts in her blog. Things become more complicated when Huff herself ends up dead.|
|4||"Callisto"||Dennis Smith||Jesse Stern||October 18, 2016||105||12.29|
|When young genius Kerry Ketchum (Barrett Doss) is accused of patent infringement upon developing a superior drug to treat hemophilia B, which her baby sister has, Bull and his team have to travel to the (fictional) West Texas town of Callisto, where the case will be tried. While facing strong odds against winning, given that the town always favors their local prosecution teams in patent cases, Bull must also face former adversary Diana Lindsay (Jill Flint), his opponent in the only previous case he did not win.|
|5||"Just Tell the Truth"||Peter Werner||Cole Maliska||October 25, 2016||106||11.61|
|Budding chef Richard Fleer (Zach Appelman) confronts his fiancée after overhearing a conversation with her parents who disapprove of their marriage, and she storms out. She is later found dead in an alley, and a detective (Chance Kelly) is able to get a confession out of Richard. Dr. Bull is offered the job of supporting the prosecution in the case against Richard, but after hearing Richard's confession, Bull decides to support the defense. His team must now work with public defender Issac Chambers (Jeremy Shamos) to convince the jury that Richard's confession was coerced, while also looking for the real killer. Elsewhere, Marissa, Cable, and Danny try to convince Chunk that he should investigate his upcoming date.|
|6||"Bedside Manner"||Paul Edwards||Dan Dietz||November 15, 2016||107||11.87|
|Talented surgeon Dr. Terry Robeson (Tom Lipinski) is accused of malpractice when one of his surgeries results in an emergency hysterectomy on a woman who tried for years to get pregnant. Bull and his team must work past the doctor's arrogance to convince the jury that the doctor had no other choice during the disastrous procedure.|
|7||"Never Saw the Sign"||Peter Leto||Mark Goffman & Elizabeth Peterson||November 22, 2016||103||10.87|
|Bull uncovers a conspiracy involving a corrupt assemblyman (John Ventimiglia) while helping a new client facing vehicular manslaughter charges. Also, Danny and Cable investigate why Marissa is acting and dressing differently.|
|8||"Too Perfect"||Dan Lerner||Teleplay by : Elizabeth Peterson |
Story by : Blake Taylor
|December 6, 2016||109||11.68|
|Bull must help his ex-wife Isabella Colón (Yara Martinez), who is also Benny's sister, when a man files a wrongful death suit against her company after his wife died from an allergic reaction to one of her products. Bull must not only prove to the jury that his ex-wife is not as perfect as she seems, but also that the death was not directly due to the product.|
|9||"Light My Fire"||Dennis Smith||David Wilcox||December 13, 2016||108||11.61|
|When an arson fire in Bull's hometown in New Hampshire results in a man's death, Bull ends up deciding to defend the prime suspect in the fire. The suspect, like Bull himself, comes from a family with a poor reputation in town. The TAC team arrives to help Bull and Benny demonstrate the danger of gossip and prove that family names do not dictate people.|
|10||"E.J."||Brad Turner||Teleplay by : David Hoselton |
Story by : Sam McConnell
|January 3, 2017||110||11.30|
|Ginny Bretton (Justine Lupe), the young CEO of a company that was testing software for driverless cars is sued by the widow of an employee killed by the prototype. Bull is hired to defend her and prove to a techno-phobic jury that the car isn't a murderer, but he can't shake the feeling that he's only being told part of the story when Ginny seems to conspire with a suspect.|
|11||"Teacher's Pet"||Holly Dale||Chris Erric Maddox & Indira Gibson Wilson||January 17, 2017||111||11.11|
|Bull and his team deal with an underage student who is in a romantic relationship with his teacher, and has dropped all contact with his family to be with her. While trying to prove that the relationship became sexual when the boy was underage, Bull and the team learn that the teacher is pregnant, and soon learn that the woman's estranged husband – not the student – is the father of her unborn child. But will that split the duo up?|
|12||"Stockholm Syndrome"||Jet Wilkinson||Teleplay by : Phil McGraw |
Story by : Jesse Stern
|January 24, 2017||112||11.17|
|Following an explosion at TAC headquarters, Bull, the team, and the mirror jurors find themselves being held hostage by a woman who wants TAC's help in freeing her husband from prison. The case becomes more difficult when the woman reveals that Danny was the undercover FBI agent that testified against the man, and she has kept secret how deep she went.|
|13||"The Fall"||Doug Aarniokoski||David Hoselton & Thomas Wong||February 7, 2017||113||10.78|
|Bull helps disgraced Titanfall multiplayer video-game champion Jace (Omar Maskati) file a suit against his former employer, after the employer publicly accuses Jace of intentionally losing a championship match and fires him. Paired with an attorney who has no time for Bull or his help, the team must try and find an angle to help their client save his future before the attorneys take it from him. But Bull realises that his future in gaming may already be over.|
|14||"It's Classified"||Dennis Smith||Teleplay by : Ashley Gable |
Story by : Chamblee Smith
|February 14, 2017||114||10.64|
|Bull comes to the defense of a military intelligence officer who leaked classified documents to stop a colonel who got a hospital full of civilians killed, leaving TAC offline and out of their element. However, Benny finds his lips must be sealed about classified information that could save the client, but his actions land him in hot water.|
|15||"What's Your Number?"||Edward Ornelas||Cole Maliska||February 21, 2017||115||10.66|
|After a skybridge collapse kills fifteen people, Bull helps prosecute a New York real estate tycoon (and TAC's landlord), only to discover he's a Sociopath who will do anything to win, whether it be hiring one of Bull's toughest opponents as his attorney, bribing the mirror jurors, or shutting down the power in TAC. Meanwhile, Benny learns that he is being investigated by the DA's office.|
|16||"Free Fall"||Jan Eliasberg||John A. Norris||March 7, 2017||116||10.39|
|The Governor of Connecticut takes his senior office staff skydiving and dies when his parachute fails to deploy; the owner of the skydiving company is also killed attempting to save the Governor. Bull offers his services to the skydiving company, now run by the owner's daughter, after they are sued by the Governor's widow. Meanwhile, Bull is challenged by the widow's counsel, occasional trial partner Liberty Davis, while Danny investigates possible sabotage.|
|17||"Name Game"||Laura Belsey||Pamela Wechsler||March 28, 2017||117||10.90|
|Bull funds a class-action lawsuit pitting thousands of victims against a bank that ran a corrupt pump-and-dump investment division, which puts his business at risk. Unbeknownst to Bull, Benny is being haunted by a trial from his past, which throws him off his game and threatens the success of the suit.|
|18||"Dressed to Kill"||Larry Teng||Ashley Gable||April 4, 2017||119||11.13|
|The bond between Chunk and Bull is tested when TAC takes on as a client the prime suspect in the death of Chunk's fashion mentor killed during her own show. Meanwhile, Bull rekindles a romance with one of his toughest opponents.|
|19||"Bring it On"||Doug Aarniokoski||Simran Baidwan||April 18, 2017||120||10.32|
|When the captain of a pro basketball cheerleading squad is killed, her fiancé, popular defense attorney Jules Caffrey, (Isaiah Washington) is charged with her death. Bull's team is brought onto the case and Bull suggests that Caffrey be his own defense attorney, but Caffrey's penchant for courtroom theatrics soon finds him at odds with Bull. Meanwhile, Cable gets suspicious of her new boyfriend.|
|20||"Make Me"||Tricia Brock||Mary Leah Sutton||May 2, 2017||118||10.83|
|Bull takes the case of a college student who killed his father but cannot remember it. Bull intends to prove temporary insanity due to hypnosis, while Chunk finds himself undercover in the cult the student had joined. Further investigation reveals the student's father was likely not the intended target. Meanwhile, Benny's relationship with Bull turns icy as Benny continues to be haunted by the false imprisonment case from his past.|
|21||"How to Dodge a Bullet"||Russell Fine||Teleplay by : John A. Norris & Glenn Gordon Caron |
Story by : John A. Norris
|May 9, 2017||121||11.03|
|Benny is arrested for violating the Brady Act and failing to report a phone call that he received during his investigation and prosecution of the Hayden Watkins case. When the District Attorney's office blindsides him with an additional charge of planting evidence at the Watkins apartment, Benny enters a not guilty plea. Bull enlists the help of a local attorney, J.P. Nunnelly (Eliza Dushku), who is first able to get him a plea deal. When Benny turns the deal down, Bull and Nunnelly team up to secure Benny's freedom. In exchange for her help, Bull agrees to help Nunnelly on three future cases of her choosing.|
|22||"Dirty Little Secrets"||Dennis Smith||Teleplay by : David Hoselton & Glenn Gordon Caron |
Story by : David Hoselton
|May 16, 2017||122||10.97|
|After a building explosion is suspected to be a terrorist attack, a massive server company is ordered by the FBI to hand over files that may provide a lead on the attackers. In a case of "privacy versus security", J.P. Nunnelly has Bull consult on the case to help the company fight off the warrant, though the TAC employees are not entirely on the company's side. Meanwhile, Danny is able to discover a major lead in the case the old fashioned way, without using the server data.|
|23||"Benevolent Deception"||Doug Aarniokoski||Mark Goffman||May 23, 2017||123||8.54|
|Bull is summoned to Miami to consult on another case of J.P. Nunnelly's in which six kilos of heroin are found under the deck of single mother Cecilia Novak's home. Bull has a moral dilemma, suspecting that the woman's brother Leo, who is involved in the drug trade, planted the drugs under her home. Leo, a client of Nunnelly's firm who is paying his sister's legal expenses, adamantly denies involvement and asserts that the drugs belong to a warring cartel. Nunnelly reveals that if she wins this case, she can leave her firm and start her own, and also offers to make this the last case Bull is obligated to consult with her on. Shortly before voir dire begins, cartel violence sweeps the streets, forcing the judge to order an anonymous jury and rendering Bull's team virtually unable to accurately analyze the jurors. Bull ultimately enlists the help of the US government and the presiding judge to pull a bit of showmanship to ensure that Cecilia's life is protected for cooperating with the DEA and that Nunnelly can leave the firm without reprimand for having a client jailed.|
Season 2 (2017–18)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|24||1||"School for Scandal"||Vincent Misiano||Glenn Gordon Caron||September 26, 2017||203||10.06|
|Kara Clayton (Minka Kelly) shoots and kills her billionaire older husband Marcus (Ronald Guttman) after he refuses to revise the terms of their pre-nuptial agreement. Kara is charged with murder despite having three stab wounds and claiming self defense. Diana Lindsay is representing Kara and asks for Bull's help, but he tells her he has already agreed to represent Marcus' interests in the case. After correctly surmising that Kara's wounds were self-inflicted, Bull thinks he has outmaneuvered Diana in finding the perfect juror to serve as foreperson. But he later learns Diana has one-upped him when the perfect juror turns out to be from her home town of Callisto, Texas. To avoid a hung jury, Bull and his team must now find bulletproof evidence to win over the biased juror.|
|25||2||"Already Gone"||Peter Werner||Veronica West & Sarah Kucserka||October 3, 2017||201||10.79|
|Bull impulsively agrees to have Benny represent Adam Harris (Sam Vartholomeos), a young man charged with murder for helping his terminally ill girlfriend end her life, and learns that Adam's actions clash with Benny's religious beliefs.|
|26||3||"A Business of Favors"||Dan Lerner||Pamela Wechsler||October 10, 2017||202||11.26|
|A young college student asphyxiates on his own vomit and drowns in the Hudson River during a drunken fraternity hazing. Bull wants to help Rebecca Whelan (Deirdre Lovejoy), the mother of the victim, find out what really happened after the other fraternity members concoct a story that they are all sticking to. He and the TAC team help ADA Richard Abernathy (Tyrone Brown) with jury selection and case preparation. However, the jury selection appears to be moot when Judge Hanlon (Susan Blommaert) thinks the case should be thrown out for lack of evidence. Meanwhile, Bull wonders why Marissa isn't spending extra hours in the office anymore, and she reveals she's met a man and has a life outside of work now.|
|27||4||"The Illusion of Control"||Peter Werner||Sarah Haught||October 17, 2017||204||10.49|
|Bull is sued by famous actress Amaya Andrews (Cara Buono) over advice he gave her regarding an international adoption. Marissa is subpoenaed as a witness for the prosecution, and things become complicated when Bull's lawyer Ron Getman (Brad Garrett) wants to reference Marissa's painful childhood during cross examination, over Bull's objections. Meanwhile, Danny travels to Ethiopia to locate Amaya's adoptive son and try to find a way around that country's parental rights laws.|
|28||5||"Play the Hand You're Dealt"||Peter Werner||Travis Donnelly||October 24, 2017||205||10.70|
|Bull receives a call from his old college friend Mack (Nathaniel Arcand), who has been jailed on the Nawakwa Indian reservation. Mack had been thrown out of a casino for being drunk and disorderly, and is now accused of murdering the pit boss who was shot just a few hours later. Bull and the TAC team are handcuffed by tribal court rules, which are different than those of a civilian court, and have to overcome the fact that Mack is almost universally disliked in the small community. Also, Marissa invites Bull to dinner so he can meet her boyfriend, Kyle (Gary Wilmes).|
|29||6||"The Exception to the Rule"||Dan Lerner||Michael Peterson||October 31, 2017||206||9.63|
|Bull receives a pitch for help from a 24-year-old lawyer, who turns out to be the son of his former high school sweetheart, Allison (Ali Marsh). Allison has developed kidney cancer, and other people in her town have also become sick due to a local furniture plant contaminating the water. Rather than accept the company's meager settlement, which won't even cover medical expenses or rerouting piping for the town's wells to a clean water supply, Bull convinces the plaintiffs to go to court.|
|30||7||"No Good Deed"||Laura Belsey||Pamela Wechsler||November 7, 2017||207||10.77|
|Bull and the TAC team try to help young teacher Lacey Adams (Samantha Marie Ware), who has been jailed for changing answers on a standardized test. While the school district finds over 800 tests that have been altered, Lacey insists she only changed one answer on one test, in order to help a formerly troubled student who has turned his life around get into a local college. Lacey is offered a deal which would cause her to rat out other faculty members and would still result in getting a felony on her record, so she takes Bull's advice to go to court. Despite TAC's help, Lacey's lawyer loses the case, forcing Bull to help Lacey in a different way. Meanwhile, Marissa catches Kyle going through some of her personal things, including financial information. Kyle claims he's only looking out for Marissa's future.|
|31||8||"The Devil, The Detail"||Alex Pillai||Hannah Park||November 14, 2017||208||10.34|
|The TAC office receives a food delivery from Simon (Chris Cafero), a former employee as well as Cable's one-time boyfriend who left both TAC and Cable with no explanation. After Cable angrily confronts him, Simon commits suicide hours later. Cable learns that Simon was participating in a drug trial for an antidepressant, and she asks Bull to help Simon's parents with a civil suit. The case pits Bull against Arti Cander (Archie Panjabi), a fellow trial science expert who proves to be a more than worthy adversary.|
|32||9||"Thanksgiving"||Leslie Libman||Marissa Matteo||November 21, 2017||209||8.98|
|As Thanksgiving approaches, Bull releases his team to enjoy the holiday with their families, only to find himself working a case solo when he agrees to help a champion boxer who is being tried for murder. Also, Chunk makes a major personal decision at his family's Thanksgiving dinner, while Marissa's dinner with Kyle is abruptly cancelled when he is mugged. Marissa later learns that all of her credit cards have been maxed out.|
|33||10||"Home for the Holidays"||Mike Smith||Veronica West & Sarah Kucserka||December 12, 2017||210||10.86|
|Bull takes on a case of competing cell phone companies, representing the company making the cheaper of the two phones which is being sued for crossover technology. He charges triple TAC's usual fee with the caveat that the case must be wrapped up before Christmas, which is only five days away. Upon returning to his office, Bull meets a nine-year-old girl who wants to be emancipated from her parents. Bull dismisses her because she's too young, but later learns of her family situation and gets caught up helping the girl, at the expense of the phone case. Meanwhile, Marissa reluctantly enlists the help of Cable and Danny to look into Kyle, learning that he is really a con man named Robert Allen.|
|34||11||"Survival Instincts"||Dennis Smith||Pamela Weschler||January 2, 2018||211||11.17|
|Bull and the TAC team help defend Jemma Whitbeck (Chloe Levine) in a high-profile case after Bull learns that his old friend Thalia Macera (Nadia Dajani) is the girl's attorney. Eighteen months ago, 16-year-old Jemma ran off with an older man named Ryan (Johnathan Tchaikovsky) that she met online, and is now accused of helping Ryan in the recent armed robbery of a jewelry store. Based on Jemma's demeanor, Bull is convinced that Ryan held her against her will, and that she was in survival mode when robbing the store.|
|35||12||"Grey Areas"||Vincent Misiano||Sarah Haught||January 9, 2018||212||10.50|
|The TAC team helps Bull defend his former colleague, psychotherapist Donovan Benanti (C.J. Wilson), who is accused of malpractice when one of his patients commits a double-murder/suicide. Bull faces a moral and legal dilemma when Benanti reveals additional damning information about his sessions with the patient, as the conversations fall under attorney-client privilege.|
|36||13||"Kill Shot"||Aaron Lipstadt||Veronica West & Sarah Kuscerka||January 23, 2018||213||11.08|
|Bull and the team have to overcome several obstacles to defend Rebecca Lexington (Stephanie Kurtzuba) in the shooting death of her wealthy husband, Jeremy: the alleged home invasion appears to have been staged, Jeremy had gambled away most of the family's liquid assets, Rebecca is seen as a golddigger in the Greenwich community, and, most glaringly, Jeremy took out a $25 million life insurance policy on himself shortly before the shooting.|
|37||14||"Keep Your Friends Close"||Ed Ornelas||Travis Donnelly||February 6, 2018||214||10.90|
|A hacker named Malcolm is arrested by the FBI for breaching air traffic control computers at LaGuardia Airport. Malcolm's pregnant girlfriend Sarah approaches her old college roommate Cable after learning that TAC is helping the prosecution. Cable tells Bull about the meeting, and Bull forbids her to speak with Sarah. Sarah later intercepts Cable, claiming her boyfriend is innocent and pleading with Cable to look at the digital signature, which will prove it. When Cable does and is caught, the case gets thrown out because she tampered with evidence, and Cable is thrown in jail for committing a federal crime. Bull, having found the true motive behind the hacking, helps the FBI file new charges against Malcolm, in exchange for the FBI dropping charges against Cable. Cable is let out of jail, but Bull is reluctantly forced to fire her for breaking the law.|
|38||15||"Witness for the Prosecution"||Alex Pillai||Marissa Matteo||February 27, 2018||215||10.70|
|A seemingly crazy woman shoots and kills a police officer as he sits in his patrol car, after he refuses to continue helping her protect her drug dealing operation. The DA contacts Bull and identifies the woman as Hazel Diaz (Roma Maffia), stating the woman has been declared mentally incompetent to stand trial seven previous times by feigning Schizophrenia, spending only a brief time in a treatment facility each time. The DA asks Bull to prove the woman sane and finally get her convicted. Meanwhile, as TAC reluctantly looks for Cable's replacement in the organization after Bull is adamant against hiring her back, Cable completes a very positive interview for a job, until the hiring rep mentions that a background check will be done.|
|39||16||"Absolution"||Aaron Lipstadt||Pamela Wechsler||March 6, 2018||216||10.11|
|Bull helps exonerate Derrick Graham (Adam David Thompson), who has spent the last nine years in prison for murdering a woman he met in a bar while celebrating a promotion with his work friends. The case is personal, as Bull worked on Graham's defense back then and always believed him to be innocent. Bull gets the TAC team to help, though they are quick to point out areas where Cable would be a big help. Meanwhile, Chunk continues to try to get his estranged daughter to talk to him.|
|40||17||"Gag Order"||Nina Lopez-Corrado||Sarah Haught||March 13, 2018||217||10.64|
|Chunk's daughter Anna arrives in town to visit Chunk, get some answers from him, scout colleges, and visit her potential journalism professor Chloe Talbott (Nikki M. James). Chloe is unable to make the appointment, having just been arrested for breaking into dating app Spark4U's headquarters. Chloe then seeks TAC's help so she can expose the app for covering up rapes by Spark4U clients using fake profiles. However, she cannot reveal her source as it is anonymous, so the team are forced to use Cable's replacement, Isaiah, to track down the messages exchanged. Unable to figure it out, Isaiah locates Cable and asks for her help. She agrees on the condition that he doesn't tell Bull. Bull deduces that Cable helped, and as gratitude, offers her job back at TAC, which she accepts.|
|41||18||"Bad Medicine"||Bethany Rooney||Erica Peterson||March 27, 2018||218||10.65|
|A Virginia doctor is caught with a large quantity of CBD oil, an extract of cannabis used to treat nausea and pain caused by some illnesses. Though she purchased it legally in New York, it is illegal in her home state. The doctor's mother begs Benny for his help. Benny and Bull go to meet with the District Attorney, but are surprised to find the case has been taken over by a zealous Federal prosecutor (Dana Delany). The defense learns that the doctor initially obtained the oil for her son, who has Leukemia. After seeing how significantly it helped him, the doctor made it available for some of her other suffering patients. As Bull and his team prepare for this new development, the prosecutor leaks information to Child Protective Services that leads to the son being forcibly hospitalized. The son's new doctor concludes that CBD was the best available treatment, and Bull gets him to testify to this in court. Bull then has Benny craft a unique closing argument based on the concepts of personal opinions, conflicting state laws, and how each juror's opinion matters.|
|42||19||"A Redemption"||Alrick Riley||Hannah Park||April 3, 2018||219||11.02|
|Authorities catch up with George Brown 18 years after he was the driver while his older brother robbed a check cashing store and killed the clerk. Brown is now living as Jim Grayson, a restaurant owner and married father of three. Bull and the team must convince the jury that not only is Brown living an exemplary life, but also that he was unaware of his brother's intentions that fateful night. A clue discovered by Danny helps save the case by revealing that the crime was an inside job and the clerk's death was accidental.|
|43||20||"Justified"||Dennis Smith||Chamblee Smith||April 17, 2018||220||10.83|
|Kate Martin, an abused wife, shoots her English professor husband in the back while he sleeps. Bull's old friend from a battered women's clinic convinces him to help on the case, which isn't difficult given that Bull's late sister was also an abuse victim. Bull opts for an all-or-nothing defense, Murder 1 or acquittal, with no lesser charges being considered. Bull is convinced that, although her husband was sleeping at the time she killed him, Kate felt her life and that of her unborn child threatened on a daily basis. This becomes difficult to prove, given that Kate rarely told anyone about the abuse and made only one trip to the emergency room, where she checked in under a false name. Danny and Cable are finally able to locate a teaching assistant that the husband cheated with. While the young woman was not abused herself, she did listen from another room as the husband fought with Kate and made threats. Elsewhere, Chunk confronts one of his law school professors who failed him in a class, convinced it was due to bias.|
|44||21||"Reckless"||Vincent Misiano||Glenn Gordon Caron & Veronica West & Sarah Kuscerka||May 1, 2018||221||10.37|
|After receiving news that his ex-wife Izzy (Benny's sister) is getting remarried, Bull takes to drinking heavily and gets arrested for public mischief. While in jail awaiting bail, Bull meets a mute man who is kind to him. Bull then learns after being released that the man is Elliott Miles, the prime suspect in a rape-murder-arson case. Bull takes Miles' risky case, and begins annoying his team with his tunnel vision. He ignores Marissa's advice on a juror, and later makes trial decisions without consulting Benny. Benny is able to refute one eyewitness's testimony, but the prosecution then brings in Elliott's pseudo-girlfriend to testify that he came home later than she originally told police. Though it's revealed the prosecution made a deal with the girlfriend, the judge refuses to call for a mistrial. Bull tells Benny and Chunk he needs a drink, and the episode is to be continued.|
|45||22||"Death Sentence"||Vincent Misiano||Glenn Gordon Caron & Veronica West & Sarah Kuscerka||May 8, 2018||222||11.76|
|Bull is awakened by Marissa on his office couch after a night of drinking, wherein he has dreamed about Izzy taking him back. Marissa visits a therapist about her possible co-dependency relationship with Bull. Elliott Miles is convicted of murder and faces a possible death sentence. New evidence arises that points to the crime being committed by a serial killer, causing Benny to try and sneak it in during the sentencing hearings without being held in contempt. Chunk reluctantly asks the law professor that failed him to testify that Miles does not fit the profile of the killer. After Danny and Cable do some legwork to narrow down the list of people who are likely the serial killer, Bull visits the prime suspect's wife, surmising she already knows the things her husband has done. The next day in court, an FBI agent visits the prosecutor's table, and the prosecutor then asks the judge that all charges against Miles be dropped. A relieved but exhausted Bull walks outside and lays down on the courthouse steps. He dials 9-1-1 and says he thinks he's having a heart attack.|
Season 3 (2018–19)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|46||1||"The Ground Beneath Their Feet"||Bethany Rooney||Glenn Gordon Caron||September 24, 2018||301||7.33|
|Returning from rehabilitation for his heart attack and alcoholism, Bull presents the TAC team with the case of Caitlin Mehner, a dying mother whose liver transplant funding has been denied by her insurance carrier. In a shocker, Bull announces that TAC will be representing the insurance company, stating he met the company's CEO in rehab and was offered a $2 million per month retainer. Meanwhile, the TAC team receives devastating news about Cable, who has not shown up for work.|
|47||2||"Jury Duty"||Aaron Lipstadt||Pamela Wechsler||October 1, 2018||302||6.74|
|Despite his best efforts to get thrown out, Bull is selected to serve on a jury for a case of a man who has been practising law without a licence. This interferes with TAC's case defending a mother who shot and killed her daughter's rapist/murderer in broad daylight, forcing Benny, Chunk and Marissa to do their best without Bull's help. The case ultimately hinges on getting testimony from the mother's older daughter, who has been deeply damaged by the incident. Meanwhile, the TAC team mourns the death of Cable in a bridge collapse.|
|48||3||"Excessive Force"||Russell Fine||Nichole Millard & Kathryn Price||October 8, 2018||303||6.52|
|TAC represents the City of New York, which is being sued for $25 million after a drunk but unarmed black man is shot in the arm by a white female police officer upon barging into the women's bathroom to throw up. Body cam video shows the officer picking up the gun, followed by a struggle in which the man grabs the barrel. Bull implores his team to make the case about circumstances, not race. After the officer cracks under cross examination and makes a damning admission, a loss seems likely. But upon further review of the evidence, Bull sees a previously overlooked detail that turns the case in a completely different direction.|
|49||4||"Justice for Cable"||Randy Zisk||Bill Chais||October 15, 2018||304||6.48|
|When the bridge collapse is revealed to be connected to terrorism, Bull seeks justice for Cable's mother and the other families that lost loved ones by going after the bank that he believes knowingly funded an international terrorist. He is assisted on the case by Taylor Rentzel (Mackenzie Meehan), a cyber expert who is Marissa's old colleague from the NSA. After a successful ruling for the plaintiffs, Bull offers Taylor a full-time job at TAC.|
|50||5||"The Missing Piece"||Stacey K. Black||Veronica West & Sarah Kucserka||October 22, 2018||305||6.76|
|TAC helps defend a doctor who is accused of murdering a heroin dealer based on DNA evidence at the scene, but the man insists he was never there. Complicating the case, the doctor fully admits he was once addicted to opioid pain killers, having later quit cold turkey. Just when it appears that TAC will have to try and make a deal with the prosecution, Marissa and Taylor team up to make a startling discovery.|
|51||6||"Fool Me Twice"||Mike Smith||Sarah H. Haught||October 29, 2018||306||7.23|
|After Marissa's husband, Greg, is accused of starting a fire at his own restaurant for insurance money, Marissa has some doubts about his innocence based on a couple of circumstances. Even though Bull and the TAC team start to uncover evidence that points to another party, the damage to Marissa and Greg's relationship may already be done.|
|52||7||"A Girl Without Feelings"||Mary Lou Belli||Chamblee Smith||November 5, 2018||307||6.43|
|Bull assists Tally North (Quinn Shephard), a young woman who is a clinical sociopath and a former patient, when she is accused of killing her brother after an argument at a party. Tally woke up with no recollection of the incident, so TAC initially aims for a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity. However, when evidence is presented showing that the killer may have had some regret, Bull wants to change the plea to not guilty as he knows Tally is incapable of such feelings.|
|53||8||"But for the Grace"||Dennis Smith||Pamela Wechsler||November 12, 2018||308||6.50|
|Chris Coleman (Michael Drayer) defends himself and his wife during a scuffle in a Black Friday store line, shoving his attacker to the ground and causing the man to hit his head. A police officer arriving late to the scene arrests Coleman, who is then advised by a public defender to plead out to simple assault and pay a small fine so he can avoid jail time. This becomes a problem when the shoving victim later goes into a coma and dies. Benny asks Bull to take the case pro bono, and Bull does so after encountering a cocky young ADA who insists on prosecuting Coleman for manslaughter. Armed with Coleman's plea and the victim's three friends as witnesses, the prosecution seems to have the upper hand. After a discovery, Bull turns the tables by having Benny put the ADA himself on the stand to question his motives. Elsewhere, Danny learns a secret about the man she is dating.|
|54||9||"Separation"||Kevin Berlandi||Travis Donnelly||December 3, 2018||309||6.59|
|Bull is hired by a wealthy businessman to help him reacquire a $10 million painting that his ex-wife, a now-deceased famous artist, had previously willed to a museum. The man claims that he and his ex had reconciled and made plans to marry again, and that she had promised to get the painting back. Meanwhile, Danny learns that Gabriel, her new love interest, is a former surgeon who is in the USA illegally, so she tries to convince a judge to keep him in the country.|
|55||10||"A Higher Law"||Carl Seaton||Steven Martinez||December 10, 2018||310||7.37|
|A priest is stopped and arrested while driving his church van a couple hours after the vehicle was involved in a fatal hit-and-run. Bull takes on the priest as a client after the man claims he was not driving when the accident occurred. The priest says the person driving the van confessed to him, so he is bound by his faith to not identify the suspect. Even after the judge rules that the driver's confession was outside the bounds of church confidentiality, the priest still refuses to name the guilty party, forcing Bull and the team to try and deduce the parishioner who was driving and appeal to his sense of morality.|
|56||11||"Separate Together"||Dan Lerner||Bill Chais||January 14, 2019||311||7.09|
|Diana Lindsay returns to town when her niece Claire and Claire's new husband are accused of committing armed robbery at the jewellery store where Claire works. Bull agrees to have TAC work for both clients, with Diana acting as her niece's defence lawyer, and Benny defending the husband. Meanwhile, Bull hesitates to tell Diana about his heart attack and ongoing recovery from alcoholism, and the two are seen drinking and dancing at a nightclub together.|
|57||12||"Split Hairs"||Bethany Rooney||Sam McConnell||January 21, 2019||312||6.70|
|A well-known medical examiner finds herself arrested and jailed after being accused of planting evidence nine years ago in a serial murder case. The lawyer defending the murderer claims DNA tests of a hair the M.E. found in a victim exonerates his client. Bull and the team, realizing that an overturned verdict would call into question every other case the M.E. worked on, start looking into the lawyer's motives. Meanwhile, Bull and Diana Lindsay attempt a long-distance relationship.|
|58||13||"Prior Bad Acts"||Dan Lerner||Nichole Millard & Kathryn Price||February 4, 2019||313||6.34|
|Bull's new relationship with Diana, his on-again romantic rival, is complicated by his renewed feelings for his ex-wife, Isabella, when they're reunited by the sudden death of her and Benny's father. Also, a deceased tech billionaire's brother comes to TAC for help in bringing suit against the doctor he holds personally responsible for the tycoon's death. But the TAC team soon learns that the deceased man was murdered, and the doctor is not at fault.|
|59||14||"Leave It All Behind"||Mike Smith||Sarah H. Haught||February 11, 2019||314||6.25|
|Bull's old college classmate, now a wealthy man in the finance business, becomes the prime suspect in the disappearance of his wife. The wife, a famous author, frequently spends weeks away from her husband to focus on her writing, leading to the couple having an open relationship. The pressure on TAC escalates when the jury is sequestered and the wife's dead body is discovered, making it a murder case. A clue that Danny discovers about how the dead body was dragged to its ultimate location helps lead the team to another suspect.|
|60||15||"Security Fraud"||Jono Oliver||Marissa Matteo||February 18, 2019||315||6.80|
|When a man in witness protection is shot to death in an upstate New York toll booth, Bull helps his idol, attorney Walter Franklin (Dan Ziskie), bring suit against the U.S. government on behalf of the man's family. Things become difficult when Franklin goes against Bull's advice more than once, leading Bull to believe Walter is in the early stages of Alzheimer's.|
|61||16||"Forfeiture"||Alex Pillai||Pamela Wechsler||February 25, 2019||316||6.72|
|Chunk has his first case as a public defender, representing Darius Lambert (Brian Bradley) who is being prosecuted by the FBI for copyright infringement due to selling known counterfeit knock-offs from the back of his grandfather's barbershop. Benny soon represents the grandfather (Ben Vereen) when the FBI accuses him of knowing about the operation and wants to seize his shop. Chunk's zealousness in wanting to win his first case becomes an issue when it complicates Benny's case.|
|62||17||"Parental Guidance"||Dennis Smith||Travis Donnelly||March 18, 2019||TBA||6.41|
|16-year old Lucas Schweiger (CJ Valleroy) is on trial for his part in a shootout at his father's cabin that killed a woman from child services and injured a state trooper. The father, a self-proclaimed "survivalist" suffering from extreme paranoia, was killed in the exchange of gunfire. Bull has to prove that Lucas did not know right from wrong, due to having no other people in his life for ten years besides his father, who preached a "kill or be killed" mentality. But there is a twist: a few years ago, Lucas was briefly separated from his father for three weeks, and taken in by a Christian Foster family. Elsewhere, Marissa and Greg discuss having children.|
|63||18||"Don't Say a Word"||Alex Pillai||Nichole Millard & Kathryn Price||April 1, 2019||318||6.78|
|After a father and client of Diana Lindsay's is acquitted of murdering his wife, Diana contacts Bull to have TAC represent the client's in-laws in a custody case. Knowing her client was guilty and is a threat to the children, Diana does not want him to gain custody. Due to privilege, Bull cannot reveal his relationship with Diana and she refuses to give up any damning information on her client. But their relationship is found out, putting the case in jeopardy. Just when all hope is about to be lost, one of Taylor's previously unknown skills saves the day.|
|64||19||"Bounty"||Tessa Blake||Bill Chais||April 15, 2019||TBA||6.66|
|Bull and TAC defend Danny's old colleague Trent Bolton, an FBI agent-turned-bounty hunter who faces a litany of charges for pistol-whipping a bail jumper and throwing him in the trunk of a car, only to learn from the bail bondsman that he got the wrong guy. Bull and Benny face an uphill battle against an eager, young ADA when the victim is revealed to be an NYC firefighter. Review of some hospital footage, which shows the victim coming-to and walking out moments after Trent dropped him off, leads TAC to question the guy's story about being badly hurt. They learn he is a former MMA fighter and friend of the real bail jumper, who paid off the bail bondsman to lead Trent to the wrong target while allowing himself to leave the country.|
|65||20||"The Good One"||Dennis Smith||Travis Donnelly & Steven Martinez||April 29, 2019||TBA||6.45|
|A federal judge who is about to hear a case against a crime boss is killed by the boss's son, Brendan, who then jumps in his brother Connor's car, holds a gun to his head, and orders him to drive away. Connor, a first-year medical resident who has shunned his father's business, is arrested for aiding Brendan but swears he was only there to try and stop him. Bull meets with the kids' mother, who insists that Bull do all he can to save her "good son", even if it means Brendan getting the death penalty. A witness eventually comes forward to corroborate Connor's story, but Marissa tells Bull the jury appears unmoved. Further, TAC learns that Brendan made a deal with the prosecution to avoid the death penalty in exchange for testifying against Connor. Brendan is killed in jail and can't testify, so Bull decides to put the father on the stand. The father vehemently testifies that Connor wouldn't hurt anyone. Bull later confronts the mother, certain that she put the hit out on her "bad son" to save Connor, but she won't admit it and Bull lets her go.|
|66||21||"When the Rains Came"||Bethany Rooney||Sarah H. Haught & Chamblee Smith||May 6, 2019||TBA||6.21|
|During a hurricane that hits Long Island, two inmates at a private prison are killed when their cell becomes flooded. The last guard to leave during the storm, who happens to be Taylor's brother-in-law, is accused of murder for abandoning the prison. Bull wants to defend the guard on the grounds that he did not expect the prison's backup systems to fail, while also having a more pressing crisis at home: having to rescue his pregnant wife and child after a tree fell on their house. The case becomes complicated when Taylor learns her sister and nephew actually made it safely to a hotel, while her brother-in-law really came home to save $50,000 of ill-gotten cash that he earned in some prison schemes.|
|67||22||"Pillar of Salt"||Glenn Gordon Caron||Nichole Millard & Kathryn Price & Glenn Gordon Caron||May 13, 2019||TBA||7.19|
|A woman is accused of killing her three-year old stepdaughter, after it is determined the girl died from ingesting a lethal amount of salt. The prosecution tries to paint a picture of a stepmom who became overwhelmed and frustrated with the three-year old after having her own son. It is later determined, and reluctantly corroborated by the birth mother's testimony, that the girl suffered from Pica, a rare disorder that causes cravings for non-nutritive substances. During the trial, Benny learns that Izzy's tryst with Bull caused the collapse of her second marriage. He angrily attacks Bull, stating that after the current trial, he is done with Bull and TAC. Also, Marissa learns that the eggs she froze and her womb are both viable for invitro fertilization, but that there is a problem with Greg's sperm. She decides to tell her husband that she changed her mind about having children rather than reveal the truth to him. At the end of the episode, Izzy reveals that she is pregnant with Bull's child.|
Season 4 (2019–20)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|68||1||"Labor Days"||Bethany Rooney||Glenn Gordon Caron||September 23, 2019||401||6.42|
|On New Year's Eve 2017, a young woman reluctantly serves a lone man at the bar his sixth shot of tequila, after which he goes to a home where his ex-wife and four of their friends are partying and shoots them all. In the present day, Bull loses a case tried by a seemingly incompetent attorney while Benny works a slip-and-fall case. Bull pleads with Benny to come back, but to no avail. Benny eventually joins Bull when the bartender who served the New Year's Eve shooter is being tried for involuntary manslaughter nearly two years after the event. Benny convinces the TAC team that he can make the case that alcohol didn't cause the shooting, rather, it had been planned well beforehand. Despite the team's best efforts, the jury is deadlocked for several days. A flash-forward, showing Bull and Izzy's daughter discussing the case that brought her father and uncle back together, reveals that there was a mistrial due to a hung jury, but the prosecutor chose to drop the charges. Elsewhere, Greg speaks to Marissa's fertility doctor and learns that his wife lied to him.|
|69||2||"Fantastica Voyage"||Michael Weatherly||Pamela Wechsler||September 30, 2019||402||5.90|
|A whistleblower causes entrepreneur Whitney Holland (Elizabeth Alderfer) to be charged with defrauding investors by promising them her water desalination technology can handle volumes that are not possible. Bull agrees to take her case amid protests from the TAC team, especially Benny. Bull feels they can make the case that despite lying about her backstory and other things, Whitney truly believes her technology will eventually be viable. The trial results in only one juror siding with Whitney, which is enough to cause a mistrial. Bull tells the judge that the TAC team is tied up for the next seven months, giving Whitney and her company extra time to fully develop the technology before a retrial. Meanwhile, Chunk is proud of his daughter when she is chosen out of 1500 applicants for a journalism study-abroad program in Jordan, but he grows concerned when she appears to be avoiding him.|
|70||3||"Rectify"||Kevin Berlandi||Kathryn Price & Nichole Millard||October 7, 2019||403||6.12|
|Chunk's legal clinic scores a new trial for Eddie Mitchell (Malcolm Goodwin), who was convicted of triple murder in 2002 when he was a 16-year old low-level drug dealer. Another dealer and a pregnant woman were killed in the incident. Although he worked the original case for the prosecution as second chair, Benny starts to believe the conviction was wrong after interviewing the detective who used the same witness, a now-deceased prostitute, in four other murder cases. The case ultimately turns on the TAC team discovering through Taylor's enhanced forensics that the pregnant woman, thought to be an innocent bystander, may have been the target. Elsewhere, Marissa meets with her therapist and explains how Greg has suddenly become cold toward her, and Chunk finally makes contact with his daughter.|
|71||4||"Her Own Two Feet"||Dan Lerner||Sarah H. Haught||October 14, 2019||404||5.83|
|Sadie Washington (Krys Marshall), a young cosmetics entrepreneur who is famous for appearing in her own social media ads, is upset when her father, Gerald (Rob Morgan), wants to sell the company to a global conglomerate. Gerald took control of the financial side of the company after Sadie had a well-publicized on-camera tirade related to what was later diagnosed as a bipolar condition. Sadie hires TAC to stop the sale, and initial evidence shows that Gerald did some shady things with his daughter's money. However, when Gerald's motives become clear, Bull and the team have to rethink their strategy. Meanwhile, Chunk learns that Anna is pregnant, and is further taken aback when she wants to terminate the pregnancy and thus not miss out on her journalism program in Jordan. Also, Marissa confides to Bull that her marriage to Greg is likely over.|
|72||5||"Billboard Justice"||Aaron Lipstadt||Travis Donnelly||October 21, 2019||405||6.15|
|Taylor becomes obsessed with helping Jessica Lee, a dancer at a gentleman's club who claims she was raped by real estate mogul Nathan Alexander in one of the club's private rooms. Even after learning that TAC is courting Alexander as a client, Taylor is not deterred, causing Bull to be furious when she deliberately exposes Benny to Lee before he meets with Alexander. Bull eventually sees things Taylor's way, and takes up Lee's case. The case proves difficult, as there is no video evidence, no physical evidence (Lee waited three days to report the incident to police), and Alexander has paid off all the previous victims that Danny can find. Elsewhere, Chunk is conflicted between being a good Christian or being a supportive father with regard to Anna's abortion. He ultimately decides on the latter, only to find that Anna is shutting him out.|
|73||6||"Into the Mystic"||Dennis Smith||Marissa Matteo||October 28, 2019||406||6.66|
|Rachel Elliot, a high-powered CEO known for her tenacity, wakes up hungover on her and her husband Peter's boat, finding bruises on her arms and Peter missing as well as blood on the boat, prompting her to contact the police. After he turns up dead and she is accused of murdering him while drunk, Rachel hires TAC to defend her in court. The team grows concerned when they find evidence that Rachel has been acting emotionless and out of character, including going to work the same day she reported Peter missing and suffering from lapses of memory. It soon comes out that Rachel is suffering from early-onset Alzheimer's disease, which triggered her periodic memory loss and abnormal behaviour. The team finds previously overlooked evidence and a witness who testifies that Peter tried to kill Rachel by suffocating her with a plastic bag, and she killed him in self-defense. After she is found not guilty, Rachel, on Bull's request, resigns from her company and donates a substantial amount of her fortune toward Alzheimer's research. Meanwhile, Chunk continues to try to reconcile with Anna after she distances herself further from him. After sitting outside her dorm room for several hours, he manages to win her over by stating that while he may not be able to change her mind about her abortion, he will support her whatever she decides.|
|74||7||"Doctor Killer"||Valerie Weiss||Larry Kaplow||November 4, 2019||407||5.73|
|Bull has a difficult time defending a client who has confessed to accidentally killing the doctor who tried an experimental treatment on his sister, only to later learn that the treatment had never been tested on humans. It turns out the client is covering for his sister's son, who followed the doctor down a street and pushed him into a chain-link fence. The fence's gate was left unlocked, and the doctor plunged into a construction pit to his death. With the son now on trial, the prosecution tries to paint him as aggressive and having no remorse, leaving Chunk to work overtime preparing the teen. Meanwhile, Taylor does some digging and learns the doctor had been given a $500,000 advance from the pharma company to test the treatment on a human, and was only a week away from having to pay back the money due to the contract expiring.|
|75||8||"Safe and Sound"||Glenn Gordon Caron||Pamela Wechsler||November 18, 2019||408||5.78|
|Charlie Crawford, a 13-year old boy, convinces his older brother Theo to let him handle their father's handgun. After several clicks seem to confirm the gun is empty, Theo leaves the room. When Theo returns, Charlie aims and fires a bullet, killing his brother. The prosecution chooses to charge the father and Bull's friend from college, Eric, with negligent homicide after he admits he gave the gun safe combination to 17-year old Theo in case he ever needed protection. Eric says he frequently visited a shooting range with Theo and taught him safety, but video from their last visit reveals Eric did not check to make sure that the gun was empty on the way out. Eric swears on the stand that he fired six shots, so the gun was empty. Meanwhile, Bull deduces from hearing Charlie's 9-1-1 call and interviewing him that Charlie is likely a sociopath and incapable of empathy. Further investigation by the team reveals that Charlie researched online how to load a pistol and made systematic attempts to figure out the safe combination. After confirming attorney-client privilege, Charlie admits to Bull that he put the bullet in the gun. However, Bull and Benny still share this with the prosecution to get Eric's charges dropped, stating that Charlie committed perjury earlier in the trial which voids privilege. Charlie is charged with the murder of his brother and Bull tells Benny that Eric and Lena are no longer speaking to him.|
|76||9||"The Flying Carpet"||Anne Hamilton||Chamblee Smith||November 25, 2019||409||6.03|
|A teenager, encouraged by his friends, climbs to the roof of The Flying Carpet pizzeria to take a selfie with a giant concrete pizza slice, only to have the concrete give way, causing the boy to fall to the sidewalk beneath. The now-paralyzed boy's family sues the restaurant owners, who subsequently ask their liability insurance company to settle. TAC represents the insurance company after it becomes clear the boy jumped a locked fence and ignored no trespassing signs before making his climb. The plaintiff argues that the restaurant was holding a weekly contest for patrons to take a selfie with the restaurant prominently featured, and they encouraged unique and original photos. Before the case is final, the insurance company pulls out, declaring the policy null and void due to a technicality and leaving the mom-and-pop owners liable for damages. Bull finds a way to pressure the insurance rep into settling with the boy's family while protecting the restaurant owners.|
|77||10||"Imminent Danger"||Gonzalo Amat||Mary Lou Belli||December 16, 2019||TBA||6.42|
|After being stalked by her ex-boyfriend, both online and in-person, a woman encounters the man in her home and shoots him to death as he retreats down the steps. She is arrested for murder. Bull takes the case pro bono, believing TAC can make the case that the woman was harassed so much by the ex, she truly believed he was an imminent threat. The trial judge openly dislikes Bull due to a previous case, and forbids him from being in the courtroom. This forces Bull and Marissa to switch places. During the trial, the state tries to prove that the woman was actually the stalker. Taylor finds the man's cell phone and computers to be strangely clean, but after she and Danny find a hidden passage to the man's basement, they discover a high-tech gadget used to block outgoing signals. This turns the case in favor of the defense. Meanwhile, Taylor fears she is being ghosted by a man she recently dated.|
|78||11||"Look Back in Anger"||Tessa Blake||Sarah H. Haught||January 6, 2020||TBA||6.19|
|Marissa's friend Stephen (Aaron Dean Eisenberg), whose younger brother has just committed suicide, wants to sue notable philanthropic businessman Peter Maybrook (Kevin Kilner) for abusing that brother in the early 1990s when he was a child. While New York has passed a law removing the statute of limitations on sexual abuse cases during a certain window, Bull and Benny say they cannot sue on behalf of the deceased. Stephen then reveals that he also was abused by Maybrook two years before his brother, and proposes to sue the billionaire himself. Bull looks to select jurors who can empathize with an individual's need for personal privacy, but the trial ultimately turns on evidence from digital cameras that the brother stole from the defendant.|
|79||12||"Behind the Ivy"||Alex Pillai||Steven Paul Martinez||January 20, 2020||TBA||6.05|
|Chunk's friend Reggie from his private high school days, who is now a counselor, asks if Chunk can meet with the parents of Antonio Garcia, a 16-year old who collapsed and died while training to make weight for a wrestling match. When Bull and Benny go to see them, the parents decide to reject a $500,000 settlement and sue the school and coach for wrongful death, mainly because the mother wants to know why her son died. The defense points to enrollment paperwork and contends that Antonio's parents failed to disclose a heart condition he had as an infant, but the mother contends that doctors told them the condition was gone by the time Antonio was five years old. Knowing the defense paid a medical expert well known for appearing in court cases, Bull and the team look for any occasions where she testified that an infant mitral valve condition cannot cause a heart attack in teens. However, the expert crosses them up by testifying she found evidence that Antonio was taking amphetamines before his death. Chunk finds an email trail leading him to discover that Antonio confided with Reggie about his amphetamine use. Reggie says Antonio did not want him to reveal his secret, but then says he did tell one person: Antonio's coach.|
|80||13||"Child of Mine"||Dennis Smith||Marissa Matteo||February 3, 2020||TBA||6.47|
|A white couple is left confused after the wife gives birth to a brown baby. The wife, an old friend of Taylor's, requests TAC's help, as the fertility clinic they used made a mistake with the sperm. Bull rejects the $40,000 settlement offer from the clinic and negotiates for $1,000,000 for the couple, but they soon learn that the black man whose sample the clinic used is requesting custody of his biological son for him and his wife. 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.|
|81||14||"Quid Pro Quo"||Bethany Rooney||Pamela Wechsler||February 10, 2020||TBA||6.31|
|Dr. 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's 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.|
|82||15||"Flesh and Blood"||John Aronson||Kathryn Price & Nichole Millard||February 17, 2020||TBA||6.22|
|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.|
|83||16||"Missing"||Mike Smith||Story by : Zyana Salazar |
Teleplay by : Zyana Salazar & Larry Kaplow
|March 9, 2020||TBA||6.31|
|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's been abused, but the judge won't 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.|
|84||17||"The Invisible Woman"||Randy Zisk||Sarah H. Haught||March 16, 2020||TBA||7.11|
|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 isn't 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. Anthrax". Danny and Taylor ultimately construct video evidence from a series of cameras that show Reznick's supervisor mailing letters within the opportune time window.|
|85||18||"Off the Rails"||Mike Smith||Travis Donnelly||April 6, 2020||TBA||7.16|
|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 won't marry him for a second time.|
|86||19||"The Sovereigns"||Carlos Bernard||Pamela Wechsler||April 13, 2020||TBA||7.34|
|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 an agent to the stand. The agent 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 agent, the jury is affected and finds her guilty. As a latch-ditch effort, Bull and Benny find a way to appeal to the acting judge (Xander Berkeley) in Duggan's case during the sentencing phase.|
|87||20||"Wrecked"||Dennis Smith||Nichole Millard||May 4, 2020||TBA||6.87|
|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. When Caroline doesn’t make it through surgery, leaving her 12 year old son orphaned, Taylor wants to take the matter to court. 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.|
|1||"The Necklace"||September 20, 2016||2.2/8||15.57||0.9||4.94||3.1||20.51|
|2||"The Woman in 8D"||September 27, 2016||1.9/7||13.62||1.0||4.86||2.9||18.48|
|3||"Unambiguous"||October 11, 2016||1.7/6||13.00||0.8||4.41||2.5||17.41|
|4||"Callisto"||October 18, 2016||1.6/6||12.29||0.8||4.17||2.4||16.46|
|5||"Just Tell the Truth"||October 25, 2016||1.5/5||11.61||0.7||3.77||2.2||15.38|
|6||"Bedside Manner"||November 15, 2016||1.5/5||11.87||0.8||3.83||2.3||15.70|
|7||"Never Saw the Sign"||November 22, 2016||1.5/5||10.89||0.8||4.26||2.3||15.15|
|8||"Too Perfect"||December 6, 2016||1.5/5||11.68||0.8||4.06||2.3||15.74|
|9||"Light My Fire"||December 13, 2016||1.4/5||11.61||0.8||3.76||2.2||15.38|
|10||"E.J."||January 3, 2017||1.5/5||11.30||0.9||4.26||2.4||15.56|
|11||"Teacher's Pet"||January 17, 2017||1.5/5||11.11||0.7||3.88||2.2||14.99|
|12||"Stockholm Syndrome"||January 24, 2017||1.3/5||11.17||0.8||3.74||2.1||14.92|
|13||"The Fall"||February 7, 2017||1.3/4||10.78||0.8||3.82||2.1||14.60|
|14||"It's Classified"||February 14, 2017||1.3/5||10.64||0.8||3.87||2.1||14.51|
|15||"What's Your Number?"||February 21, 2017||1.3/5||10.66||0.7||3.63||2.0||14.29|
|16||"Free Fall"||March 7, 2017||1.3/5||10.39||0.8||N/A||2.1||N/A|
|17||"Name Game"||March 28, 2017||1.3/5||10.90||0.7||3.57||2.0||14.47|
|18||"Dressed to Kill"||April 4, 2017||1.3/5||11.13||0.6||3.22||1.9||14.32|
|19||"Bring it On"||April 18, 2017||1.1/4||10.32||0.8||3.86||1.9||14.18|
|20||"Make Me"||May 2, 2017||1.2/5||10.83||0.8||3.67||2.0||14.50|
|21||"How to Dodge a Bullet"||May 9, 2017||1.2/5||11.03||0.7||3.69||1.9||14.72|
|22||"Dirty Little Secrets"||May 16, 2017||1.3/5||10.97||0.7||3.81||2.0||14.66|
|23||"Benevolent Deception"||May 23, 2017||1.1/4||8.54||0.8||4.15||1.9||12.70|
|1||"School for Scandal"||September 26, 2017||1.3/5||10.06||N/A||4.03||N/A||14.09|
|2||"Already Gone"||October 3, 2017||1.2/5||10.79||0.7||3.66||1.9||14.45|
|3||"A Business of Favors"||October 10, 2017||1.3/5||11.26||N/A||3.56||N/A||14.82|
|4||"The Illusion of Control"||October 17, 2017||1.2/4||10.49||0.7||3.75||1.9||14.24|
|5||"Play the Hand You're Dealt"||October 24, 2017||1.2/4||10.70||0.8||3.91||2.0||14.61|
|6||"The Exception to the Rule"||October 31, 2017||1.0/4||9.63||0.7||3.83||1.7||13.46|
|7||"No Good Deed"||November 7, 2017||1.2/5||10.77||0.7||3.92||1.9||14.69|
|8||"The Devil, The Detail"||November 14, 2017||1.1/4||10.34||N/A||3.88||N/A||14.24|
|9||"Thanksgiving"||November 21, 2017||1.1/4||8.98||0.7||3.88||1.8||12.87|
|10||"Home for the Holidays"||December 12, 2017||1.3/5||10.86||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|11||"Survival Instincts"||January 2, 2018||1.3/5||11.17||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|12||"Grey Areas"||January 9, 2018||1.2/5||10.50||0.8||4.24||2.0||14.74|
|13||"Kill Shot"||January 23, 2018||1.3/5||11.08||0.8||4.35||2.1||15.43|
|14||"Keep Your Friends Close"||February 6, 2018||1.2/5||10.90||0.7||4.31||1.9||15.21|
|15||"Witness for the Prosecution"||February 27, 2018||1.1/4||10.70||0.8||4.26||1.9||14.96|
|16||"Absolution"||March 6, 2018||1.1/4||10.11||0.8||4.06||1.9||14.17|
|17||"Gag Order"||March 13, 2018||1.2/5||10.64||0.6||3.86||1.8||14.50|
|18||"Bad Medicine"||March 27, 2018||1.1/4||10.65||0.7||3.81||1.8||14.46|
|19||"A Redemption"||April 3, 2018||1.2/5||11.02||0.7||3.69||1.9||14.69|
|20||"Justified"||April 17, 2018||1.1/4||10.83||0.7||3.81||1.8||14.64|
|21||"Reckless"||May 1, 2018||1.1/5||10.37||0.6||3.90||1.7||14.27|
|22||"Death Sentence"||May 8, 2018||1.2/5||11.76||N/A||3.50||N/A||15.28|
|1||"The Ground Beneath Their Feet"||September 24, 2018||0.9/4||7.33||0.9||5.24||1.8||12.58|
|2||"Jury Duty"||October 1, 2018||0.8/4||6.74||0.8||5.03||1.6||11.77|
|3||"Excessive Force"||October 8, 2018||0.8/3||6.52||0.8||4.91||1.6||11.43|
|4||"Justice for Cable"||October 15, 2018||0.8/3||6.48||0.7||4.99||1.5||11.47|
|5||"The Missing Piece"||October 22, 2018||0.8/3||6.76||0.7||4.51||1.5||11.27|
|6||"Fool Me Twice"||October 29, 2018||0.9/4||7.23||0.7||4.61||1.6||11.85|
|7||"A Girl Without Feelings"||November 5, 2018||0.8/3||6.43||0.8||5.11||1.6||11.50|
|8||"But for the Grace"||November 12, 2018||0.8/3||6.50||0.7||4.35||1.5||10.85|
|9||"Separation"||December 3, 2018||0.7/3||6.59||0.8||4.66||1.5||11.25|
|10||"A Higher Law"||December 10, 2018||0.8/3||7.37||0.8||4.65||1.6||12.05|
|11||"Separate Together"||January 14, 2019||0.7/4||7.09||0.8||4.77||1.5||11.86|
|12||"Split Hairs"||January 21, 2019||0.8/3||6.70||0.7||4.84||1.5||11.55|
|13||"Prior Bad Acts"||February 4, 2019||0.8/4||6.34||0.8||5.09||1.6||11.47|
|14||"Leave It All Behind"||February 11, 2019||0.7/3||6.25||0.7||4.62||1.4||10.88|
|15||"Security Fraud"||February 18, 2019||0.7/3||6.80||0.8||4.79||1.5||11.59|
|16||"Forfeiture"||February 25, 2019||0.8/4||6.72||0.7||4.54||1.5||11.26|
|17||"Parental Guidance"||March 18, 2019||0.7/4||6.41||0.7||4.64||1.4||11.06|
|18||"Don't Say a Word"||April 1, 2019||0.6/3||6.78||0.5||3.74||1.1||10.53|
|19||"Bounty"||April 15, 2019||0.6/3||6.66||0.6||4.37||1.2||11.04|
|20||"The Good One"||April 29, 2019||0.6/3||6.45||0.6||4.43||1.2||10.89|
|21||"When the Rains Came"||May 6, 2019||0.6/3||6.21||0.6||4.02||1.2||10.23|
|22||"Pillar of Salt"||May 13, 2019||0.7/4||7.19||0.5||3.99||1.2||11.18|
|1||"Labor Days"||September 23, 2019||0.7/4||6.42||0.6||4.55||1.3||10.98|
|2||"Fantastica Voyage"||September 30, 2019||0.6/3||5.90||0.7||4.60||1.3||10.51|
|3||"Rectify"||October 7, 2019||0.6/3||6.12||0.6||4.27||1.2||10.38|
|4||"Her Own Two Feet"||October 14, 2019||0.6/3||5.83||0.6||4.13||1.2||9.96|
|5||"Billboard Justice"||October 21, 2019||0.7/4||6.15||0.5||4.00||1.2||10.15|
|6||"Into the Mystic"||October 28, 2019||0.7/4||6.66||0.5||4.18||1.2||10.84|
|7||"Doctor Killer"||November 4, 2019||0.6/3||5.73||0.5||4.31||1.1||10.04|
|8||"Safe and Sound"||November 18, 2019||0.5/3||5.78||0.6||4.24||1.1||10.02|
|9||"The Flying Carpet"||November 25, 2019||0.6/3||6.03||0.6||4.14||1.2||10.18|
|10||"Imminent Danger"||December 16, 2019||0.7/4||6.42||0.6||4.12||1.3||10.54|
|11||"Look Back in Anger"||January 6, 2020||0.6/4||6.19||0.6||4.30||1.1||10.49|
|12||"Behind the Ivy"||January 20, 2020||0.6/4||6.05||0.6||4.35||1.2||10.40|
|13||"Child of Mine"||February 3, 2020||0.6||6.47||0.5||4.15||1.1||10.62|
|14||"Quid Pro Quo"||February 10, 2020||0.7||6.31||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|15||"Flesh and Blood"||February 17, 2020||0.6||6.22||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|16||"Missing"||March 9, 2020||0.6||6.31||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|17||"The Invisible Woman"||March 16, 2020||0.7||7.11||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|18||"Off the Rails"||April 6, 2020||0.7||7.16||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|19||"The Sovereigns"||April 13, 2020||0.7||7.34||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|20||"Wrecked"||May 4, 2020||0.6||6.87||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
|Season||Episodes||DVD release dates|
|Region 1||Region 2||Region 4||Discs|
|1||23||August 15, 2017||January 28, 2019||August 30, 2017||6|
|2||22||September 4, 2018||January 28, 2019||October 31, 2018||6|
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