'Bull' Returns For Its Third Season On Monday, September 24Bull is back! Dr. Jason Bull returns to work following his heart attack with a new rich client for the firm to represent: an insurance company being sued by a dying mother for denying coverage of her liver transplant, on the third season of Bull, Monday, Sept. 24 at 10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT, only on CBS.
'Bull' Showrunner Glenn Gordon Caron Talks Season 2 FinaleGlenn Gordon Caron discusses what we can expect on the finale, and how he balances his many roles of writing, producing and more as 'Bull' showrunner.
Dana Delany On Bull, Michael Weatherly And MoonlightingActress Dana Delany opens up about her career and explains why she wanted to be on "Bull."
Roma Maffia: 'Hazel Diaz Was My Most Challenging Character Ever'Actress Roma Maffia discusses her role on CBS's "Bull" and her acting career.
Pittsburgh Guy With Inspiring Story Lands Part On Hit Show 'Bull'If you watch the CBS show Bull on Tuesday nights, you're likely to see a local guy with a pretty inspiring story.
'Ron Is Used To Getting His Way': Brad Garrett On Butting Heads With Dr. BullBrad Garrett spoke to CBS Local about his experience joining the cast of Bull as tonight's guest star.
'You're Going To Learn A Lot About These People': Geneva Carr Talks Second Season Of 'Bull'Geneva Carr explains why she's "really jazzed" about season 2 of 'Bull.'
Michael Weatherly & Glenn Gordon Caron Discuss 'Bull' Season 2
Bull Stops Highway Traffic After Fleeing From SlaughterhouseA bull on the loose stopped traffic on Interstate 95 in Philadelphia during a brief taste of freedom before meeting its demise, but not as planned.
Farmer: Missing Bull Flipped Over Fence By BuffaloA western Pennsylvania dairy farmer says a 2-year-old bull that went missing for a month was likely pushed over a fence by a friend's pregnant buffalo.
Bull Escapes Slaughterhouse, Attacks Woman On ScooterState police say a bull that escaped as it was being unloaded at a slaughterhouse instead rammed a woman on a motor scooter in northwestern Pennsylvania.
Amorous Bull, Cow Halt Traffic At Intersection In Armstrong CountyThe “Porkway Pig” is not the only animal bringing traffic to a halt this week along a local roadway. State police in Kittanning say a bull and a cow forced them to shut down the intersection of Routes 28 and 85 in Rayburn Township, Armstrong County Friday morning.