The new drama gets the back nine.
October 17, 2016
After a solid start to its freshman run, Bull was given a full season's worth of episodes today. CBS has ordered a back-nine pickup for the new drama, increasing its total episode count to 22.
Bull started strong for the eye network in September, with its first three episodes averaging 17 million total viewers. Its ratings in the key adults 18-49 demographic have retreated with each airing, however, with more time needed to see at what levels they stabilize.
03/14/17 at 05:24pm
I love this show. For those of you that won't watch because of Dr. Phil forget about it . The only part of his life in this show is that he was a jury consultant many many years ago. Long before the electronic age. Watch because its a good show don't be biased because of Dr. Phil. (I also think he is a tool)
10/19/16 at 08:33pm
Yes, it's based on the early part of Dr Phil's career. No clue how MUCH it's based in fact and reality (my guess is only minimally)... but that alone was a complete turn off for me.
10/19/16 at 05:15am
Wait... This is about Doctor Phil? I changed my mind. Even if it last more than 2 seasons I will not be binging.
10/18/16 at 09:20pm
I could not even bring myself to try this show based on the premise alone..... I could not possibly care less about Dr. Phil's career... let alone a dramatized version of his career. Frankly, I'm surprised the premise even got a pilot go ahead.
10/18/16 at 10:12am
Great show, "Dinozo" has found a great new character to play, I can see why he left NCIS for this, good choice for him.
If this is really Phil McGraws real life, I am surprised by it, I always thought Dr Phil was a tool and a joke, but if this is what he did before Opera corrupted him, I have found new respect for his intelligence.
10/17/16 at 03:37pm
@Harry S. Wait and see if it lasts past season two and if it does then binge it. That's my plan.
10/17/16 at 12:29pm
Was thinking about dropping the show after one episode, but figured that I should give it two, just in case. They changed Freddy Rodriguez's character from having three lines and no air time to be much more prominent. The third episode had even more of Freddy and he and Michael Weatherly had some very good banter. I would love to watch the two of them together on a show, but I'm still not sure that I like this show. I'm loathe to drop it for some reason...expecting the show to be as good as the actors (including the makeup/clothing character whose name escapes me - he's great, too). Someone help guide me whether to keep watching or get rid of it.