Airdate: Bull. Bumped: 24: Legacy.

New US drama series Bull, starring Michael Weatherly (NCIS) as a jury psychologist, premieres on TEN in early March.

The series centres around jury consulting firm Trial Analysis Corporation and is inspired by the early career of Dr Phil McGraw,

It premieres 8.30pm Sunday, 5 March with TEN moving 24: Legacy and Homeland to 9:30pm and 10:30pm slots, respectively (NB: 24: Legacy has a double ep at 8:30pm this Sunday).

Bull premiered in the US in September and has been picked up by CBS for a second season.

Dr Bull is not a lawyer, but he can read a jury like a book. Using psychology, human intuition and high tech data to learn what makes jurors, attorneys, witnesses and the accused tick, Dr Bull knows how a jury will vote, even before they do.

He employs a clever team of experts, charged with shaping the outcome of high-stakes trials down to the very last detail. Dr Bull’s combination of remarkable insights into human nature, three Ph.D.s and top-notch staff create winning strategies designed to tip the scales of justice in his clients’ favour.

Bull is a Stage 29, Amblin Television and CBS Television Studios production. It is written by Dr Phil McGraw and Paul Attanasio and executive produced by Steven Spielberg, Dr Phil McGraw and Jay McGraw. The executive production team also includes Mark Goffman, Paul Attanasio, Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank, with Rodrigo Garcia serving as executive producer and director.

8.30pm Sunday, 5 March on TEN.


    • wellinmyopinion

      I can not see anywhere in the article that this was claimed to be ‘fast tracked’. I may have missed a TEN promo but really, wake up to yourself. Don’t like how it’s done apply for a position with a network for a programming job.

        • wellinmyopinion

          As i mentioned, i may have missed a promo but the article you commented on does not include the words ‘fast tracked’. clarity in your comment would be wise. On the topic of you potentially being a programmer, if you work for TEN then speak to your boss. if for another network, why all the mudslinging? just comes across as petty.

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