‘Bull’ Wishes the ‘Irreplaceable’ MacKenzie Meehan Happy Birthday

by Joe Rutland
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When it comes down to wishing a cast member Happy Birthday, Bull doesn’t hold back for actress MacKenzie Meehan at all.

Meehan, who plays cyber expert Taylor Rentzel on the CBS drama, celebrated a birthday on Monday.

The show didn’t forget as they celebrated with a photo and caption on its Instagram account.

Many fans of the show wished her well and Happy Birthday all throughout this post.

Meehan joined the show in its third season.

Her character is a single mother and point-blank told Dr. Jason Bull, played by Michael Weatherly, that her son would come before any case. Meaning, any case worked on by Trial Analysis Corporation (TAC).

Right now, Bull is on hiatus as for new episodes. Fans, though, can see new episodes starting up in January 2022. Catch this show on Thursdays at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central, on CBS.

‘Bull’ Addresses Rumors About Actress Geneva Carr Leaving Drama

Well, is Geneva Carr leaving Bull?

There have been some rumors flying around about actress Geneva Carr, who plays Marissa Morgan, departing.

However, none of those whispers are standing the test of time.

An article from Looper indicates these rumors might have to simply do with some plot twists around Jason Bull.

See, he gets arrested and has charges of jury tampering. And, well, some fans think it will lead to changes in the TAC team. 

It looks like, Outsiders, it looks like she’s not going anywhere.

Bull executive producer Kathryn Price talked with TV Line about Carr being a “key player” on Bull. 

For instance, Morgan is going to start an empowerment journey while thinking about her role at TAC.

Carr, in a 2016 interview with Parade, talks about Morgan’s relationship with Bull.

“Marissa knew Dr. Bull for about 10 years,” she said. “They were very good friends. There’s never been any romance.”

Weatherly Believes CBS Drama Is ‘Vastly Under-Appreciated’ On TV

In addition, the show is not really celebrated by critics when looking at it on CBS over the years.

Meanwhile, Weatherly feels like Bull has been a bit underrated. It’s not as if the show is completely devoid of any substance. The writers have explored Jason Bull facing the consequences of self-isolation in Season 2.

“I found it interesting, and I think Glenn Caron is an extraordinary writer, and I think Bull is a vastly under-appreciated show in terms of the critical appraisal of it, which is great because there’s nothing better than an underdog!” Weatherly told Hey U Guys in 2019.

In conclusion, Caron is no longer connected with the show after complaints were filed about the manner in which he ran a workplace.

Outsider.com