When does the next episode of Bull air?
CBS will not be airing a new episode of the hit legal procedural for quite some time. This week, the network will be airing a previous episode, Season 5’s “To Save a Life”. The plot details Jason and Chunk helping a doctor who is on trial for malpractice.
The next new episode of Bull is titled “Confidence Man”. It won’t air until Thursday, December 2. Unfortunately, there aren’t any major details about the upcoming episode just yet. However, fans can most likely expect to see some of Jason’s trial play out to prove that he did not bribe a jury member.
“Bull’s legal troubles go from professional to personal,” the official description reads. “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.”
The new episode of Bull airs on Thursday, December 2 at 10 PM ET on CBS and on-demand via Paramount+.
How Michael Weatherly Relates to ‘Bull’
While not everyone is a Ph.D. trial scientist, people have fallen in love with Bull. After six seasons, the characters have gone through numerous changes and dealt with various plotlines.
In an interview with HeyUGuys, Weatherly revealed why he believes that fans can relate to him.
“I can relate to him in the way everyone can,” he explained. “Which is we all know what it feels like when we know we’re right and it feels so good and it feels so pure and strong. You have this righteous like ‘I know I’m right.’ That’s the exact moment you have to be the most suspicious of how you are thinking and feeling. I think everyone can plug into Bull.”
He also related to his television character in his real life during the first season of the show. He was away from his family in New York City filming while his family lived in Los Angeles. It was a struggle, but they managed to tough it out before reuniting. They now live together while he films the show in the same city.
“I was alone, flying back and forth to try and vampire enough affection from my family to carry me through two or three more weeks,” he added. “It can be very alienating and then all of a sudden you start to become cynical about your own emotions because it’s hurt you to be away from it. So part of your psychology is well ‘if it hurt me because I fell in love, then I just won’t feel love, that will save me the pain’ and let’s hope that’s not where we’re all headed!”