Episodenführer Season 3 – Nachdem er wegen seines Herzinfarkts und seiner Alkoholsucht einige Zeit in der Reha war, präsentiert Bull (Michael Weatherly) . Bull ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die am September ihre Premiere beim 1 Handlung; 2 Hintergrund; 3 Besetzung und Synchronisation; 4 Produktion und Ausstrahlung. Vereinigte Staaten; 'Bull,' 'Kevin Can Wait' and 'MacGyver' Grab Full-Season Pickups at CBS. ↑ Nellie Andreeva: CBS. Season three of Bull finds Dr. Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly) returning to work at TAC after recovering from his heart attack. His first case back is a tough one.
Bull, Season 3n The series is inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, the founder of one of the most prolific trial consulting firms of all time. In the season premiere, Bull. Dr. Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly) betreibt Trial Sciences Inc., eine enorm erfolgreiche Beraterfirma, die sich auf die Beratung von Angeklagten bei. Bull ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die am September ihre Premiere beim 1 Handlung; 2 Hintergrund; 3 Besetzung und Synchronisation; 4 Produktion und Ausstrahlung. Vereinigte Staaten; 'Bull,' 'Kevin Can Wait' and 'MacGyver' Grab Full-Season Pickups at CBS. ↑ Nellie Andreeva: CBS.
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Die Samsung Tv Werbung Deaktivieren hat trotzdem Bull Season 3, der in der Wste auf sich allein gestellt ist! - NavigationsmenüAugust auf Sat. Trailer zum Start der 3. Staffel der Serie Bull? Alle Episoden Bull Staffel 3 findest Du hier: Liste der Bull. Brilliant, brash and charming, Dr. Bull is the ultimate puppet master as he combines psychology, human intuition and high-tech data to learn what makes jurors. Nach dem Kauf von Bull: Season 3 Folge 20 bei Google Play kannst du dir das Video auf deinem Computer sowie auf Android- oder iOS-Geräten ansehen. Bull and his on-again, off-again romantic rival, Diana Lindsay (Jill Flint), join forces to create two separate but collaborative defense teams when Diana's niece. Bull stars Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason Bull in a drama inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw, the founder of one of the most prolific trial-consulting firms of all time. Brilliant, brash, and charming, Dr. Bull is the ultimate puppet master as he combines psychology, human intuition, and high-tech data to learn what makes jurors. Bull finds himself on the opposite side of voir dire, when he serves jury duty while simultaneously mounting a defense for a woman on trial for killing her daughter's murderer. S3, Ep3 8 Oct. Bull is an American drama television series starring Michael dirtyoldlondon.com ordered the program to series on May 13, , and it premiered on September 20, The show is based on the early days of talk show host Dr. Phil McGraw's career, when he was a trial consultant. S3 E Feb 04, Bull's new relationship with Diana is complicated by his renewed feelings for his ex-wife when they're reunited by the sudden death of her and Benny's father; a deceased tech billionaire's brother wants to bring a suit against the tycoon's doctor. Bull, Season 4, Fall , CBS. ADVERTISEMENT. What To Watch Saturday, January 30 Worth Watching: 'SNL' Returns, Wendy Williams 'What a Mess!,' Cicely Tyson on TCM, Diana Rigg's Swan Song, 'Long.
Vera Brezhneva dann kehrt Vanessa unerwartet Bull Season 3 und Bull Season 3 Jenny auffliegen zu lassen. - Fakten zur 3. Staffel von BullRtl The Wall Bewerbung the trial gets underway, Bull looks to select jurors who believe his sheltered client acted under the misguided influence of the only other person he has ever known.
As the trial begins, Bull aims to convince his client to sever his trial from his brother's, which would pit the siblings against each other in court.
Bull helps mount a defense for Taylor's brother-in-law, Ralph Kelly Bobby Moreno , a prison guard charged with manslaughter for the drowning deaths of two inmates in the middle of a hurricane.
During the trial, Bull aims to convince the jury that his client tried to prevent a "greater harm" when he abandoned his prison command to evacuate his own family.
Bull works to convince a jury that an alleged murder was actually a tragic accident when TAC represents a woman charged with her 3-year-old stepdaughter's death.
Also, Benny gives Bull some surprising news regarding Isabella Yara Martinez , Benny's sister and Bull's ex-wife.
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Description Season three of Bull finds Dr. EPISODE 1 The Ground Beneath Their Feet 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.
EPISODE 2 Jury Duty Bull finds himself on the opposite side of voir dire, when he serves jury duty while simultaneously mounting a defense for a woman on trial for killing her daughter's murderer.
Bull has to prove that Lucas did not know right from wrong, due to having no other people in his life for ten years besides his father, who preached a "kill or be killed" mentality.
But there is a twist: a few years ago, Lucas was briefly separated from his father for three weeks, and taken in by a Christian Foster family.
Elsewhere, Marissa and Greg discuss having children. After a father and client of Diana Lindsay's is acquitted of murdering his wife, Diana contacts Bull to have TAC represent the client's in-laws in a custody case.
Knowing her client was guilty and is a threat to the children, Diana does not want him to gain custody. Due to privilege, Bull cannot reveal his relationship with Diana and she refuses to give up any damning information on her client.
But their relationship is found out, putting the case in jeopardy. Just when all hope is about to be lost, one of Taylor's previously unknown skills saves the day.
Bull and TAC defend Danny's old colleague Trent Bolton, an FBI agent-turned-bounty hunter who faces a litany of charges for pistol-whipping a bail jumper and throwing him in the trunk of a car, only to learn from the bail bondsman that he got the wrong guy.
Bull and Benny face an uphill battle against an eager, young ADA when the victim is revealed to be an NYC firefighter. Review of some hospital footage, which shows the victim coming-to and walking out moments after Trent dropped him off, leads TAC to question the guy's story about being badly hurt.
They learn he is a former MMA fighter and friend of the real bail jumper, who paid off the bail bondsman to lead Trent to the wrong target while allowing himself to leave the country.
A federal judge who is about to hear a case against a crime boss is killed by the boss's son, Brendan, who then jumps in his brother Connor's car, holds a gun to his head, and orders him to drive away.
Connor, a first-year medical resident who has shunned his father's business, is arrested for aiding Brendan but swears he was only there to try and stop him.
Bull meets with the kids' mother, who insists that Bull do all he can to save her "good son", even if it means Brendan getting the death penalty.
A witness eventually comes forward to corroborate Connor's story, but Marissa tells Bull the jury appears unmoved.
Further, TAC learns that Brendan made a deal with the prosecution to avoid the death penalty in exchange for testifying against Connor.
Brendan is killed in jail and cannot testify, so Bull decides to put the father on the stand. The father vehemently testifies that Connor would not hurt anyone.
Bull later confronts the mother, certain that she put the hit out on her "bad son" to save Connor, but she will not admit it and Bull lets her go.
During a hurricane that hits Long Island, two inmates at a private prison are killed when their cell becomes flooded. The last guard to leave during the storm, who happens to be Taylor's brother-in-law, is accused of murder for abandoning the prison.
Bull wants to defend the guard on the grounds that he did not expect the prison's backup systems to fail, while also having a more pressing crisis at home: having to rescue his pregnant wife and child after a tree fell on their house.
A woman is accused of killing her three-year old stepdaughter, after it is determined the girl died from ingesting a lethal amount of salt. The prosecution tries to paint a picture of a stepmom who became overwhelmed and frustrated with the three-year old after having her own son.
It is later determined, and reluctantly corroborated by the birth mother's testimony, that the girl suffered from Pica , a rare disorder that causes cravings for non-nutritive substances.
During the trial, Benny learns that Izzy's tryst with Bull caused the collapse of her second marriage. He angrily attacks Bull, stating that after the current trial, he is done with Bull and TAC.
Also, Marissa learns that the eggs she froze and her womb are both viable for invitro fertilization, but that there is a problem with Greg's sperm.
She decides to tell her husband that she changed her mind about having children rather than reveal the truth to him.
At the end of the episode, Izzy reveals that she is pregnant with Bull's child. On New Year's Eve , a young woman reluctantly serves a lone man at the bar his sixth shot of tequila, after which he goes to a home where his ex-wife and four of their friends are partying and shoots them all.
In the present day, Bull loses a case tried by a seemingly incompetent attorney while Benny works a slip-and-fall case. Bull pleads with Benny to come back, but to no avail.
Benny eventually joins Bull when the bartender who served the New Year's Eve shooter is being tried for involuntary manslaughter nearly two years after the event.
Benny convinces the TAC team that he can make the case that alcohol didn't cause the shooting, rather, it had been planned well beforehand.
Despite the team's best efforts, the jury is deadlocked for several days. A flash-forward, showing Bull and Izzy's pregnant daughter discussing the case that brought her father and uncle back together, reveals that there was a mistrial due to a hung jury, but the prosecutor chose to drop the charges.
Elsewhere, Greg speaks to Marissa's fertility doctor and learns that his wife lied to him. Michael Weatherly. A whistleblower causes entrepreneur Whitney Holland Elizabeth Alderfer to be charged with defrauding investors by promising them her water desalination technology can handle volumes that are not possible.
Bull agrees to take her case amid protests from the TAC team, especially Benny. Bull feels they can make the case that despite lying about her backstory and other things, Whitney truly believes her technology will eventually be viable.
The trial results in only one juror siding with Whitney, which is enough to cause a mistrial. Bull tells the judge that the TAC team is tied up for the next seven months, giving Whitney and her company extra time to fully develop the technology before a retrial.
Meanwhile, Chunk is proud of his daughter when she is chosen out of applicants for a journalism study-abroad program in Jordan , but he grows concerned when she appears to be avoiding him.
Chunk's legal clinic scores a new trial for Eddie Mitchell Malcolm Goodwin , who was convicted of triple murder in when he was a year old low-level drug dealer.
Another dealer and a pregnant woman were killed in the incident. Although he worked the original case for the prosecution as second chair, Benny starts to believe the conviction was wrong after interviewing the detective who used the same witness, a now-deceased prostitute, in four other murder cases.
The case ultimately turns on the TAC team discovering through Taylor's enhanced forensics that the pregnant woman, thought to be an innocent bystander, may have been the target.
Elsewhere, Marissa meets with her therapist and explains how Greg has suddenly become cold toward her, and Chunk finally makes contact with his daughter.
Sadie Williams Krys Marshall , a young cosmetics entrepreneur who is famous for appearing in her own social media ads, is upset when her father, Gerald Rob Morgan , wants to sell the company to a global conglomerate.
Gerald took control of the financial side of the company after Sadie had a well-publicized on-camera tirade related to what was later diagnosed as a bipolar condition.
Sadie hires TAC to stop the sale, and initial evidence shows that Gerald did some shady things with his daughter's money. However, when Gerald's motives become clear, Bull and the team have to rethink their strategy.
Meanwhile, Chunk learns that Anna is pregnant, and is further taken aback when she wants to terminate the pregnancy and thus not miss out on her journalism program in Jordan.
Also, Marissa confides to Bull that her marriage to Greg is likely over. Taylor becomes obsessed with helping Jessica Lee, a dancer at a gentleman's club who claims she was raped by real estate mogul Nathan Alexander in one of the club's private rooms.
Even after learning that TAC is courting Alexander as a client, Taylor is not deterred, causing Bull to be furious when she deliberately exposes Benny to Lee before he meets with Alexander.
Bull eventually sees things Taylor's way, and takes up Lee's case. The case proves difficult, as there is no video evidence, no physical evidence Lee waited three days to report the incident to police , and Alexander has paid off all the previous victims that Danny can find.
Elsewhere, Chunk is conflicted between being a good Christian or being a supportive father with regard to Anna's abortion. He ultimately decides on the latter, only to find that Anna is shutting him out.
Rachel Elliot, a high-powered CEO known for her tenacity, wakes up hungover on her and husband Peter's boat, finding bruises on her arms, blood on the boat, and Peter missing.
After he turns up dead and she is accused of murdering him while drunk, Rachel hires TAC to defend her. The team grow concerned when they find evidence that Rachel has been acting emotionless and out of character, including going to work the day she reported Peter missing and suffering from lapses of memory.
It is revealed Rachel has early-onset Alzheimer's disease, which triggered her memory loss and abnormal behaviour.
The team finds previously overlooked evidence and a witness who testifies that Peter tried to kill Rachel by suffocating her, and she killed him in self-defense.
After she is found not guilty, Rachel, on Bull's request, resigns from her company and donates a substantial amount of her fortune toward Alzheimer's research.
Meanwhile, Chunk continues to try to reconcile with Anna, sitting outside her dorm room for several hours.
He manages to win her over by stating that while he may not be able to change her mind about her abortion, he will support her decision.
Larry Kaplow. Bull has a difficult time defending a client who has confessed to accidentally killing the doctor who tried an experimental treatment on his sister, only to later learn that the treatment had never been tested on humans.
It turns out the client is covering for his sister's son, who followed the doctor down a street and pushed him into a chain-link fence.
The fence's gate was left unlocked, and the doctor plunged into a construction pit to his death. With the son now on trial, the prosecution tries to paint him as aggressive and having no remorse, leaving Chunk to work overtime preparing the teen.
When several clicks indicate the gun seems empty, Theo leaves the room. When Theo returns, Charlie aims and fires, killing his brother.
The prosecution chooses to charge the father Eric, Bull's friend from college, with negligent homicide after he admits he gave the gun safe combination to year old Theo.
Eric says he frequently visited a shooting range with Theo and taught him safety, but video from their last visit reveals Eric did not check that the gun was empty on the way out.
Eric swears on the stand that he fired six shots and the gun was empty. Meanwhile, Bull deduces from hearing Charlie's call and interviewing him that Charlie is likely a sociopath and incapable of empathy.
After confirming attorney-client privilege, Charlie admits to Bull that he put the bullet in the gun. However, Bull and Benny share this with the prosecution to get Eric's charges dropped, stating Charlie committed perjury earlier in the trial which voids privilege.
Charlie is charged with murdering his brother. A teenager, encouraged by his friends, climbs to the roof of The Flying Carpet pizzeria to take a selfie with a giant concrete pizza slice, only to have the concrete give way, causing the boy to fall to the sidewalk beneath.
The now-paralyzed boy's family sues the restaurant owners, who subsequently ask their liability insurance company to settle. TAC represents the insurance company after it becomes clear the boy jumped a locked fence and ignored no trespassing signs before making his climb.
The plaintiff argues that the restaurant was holding a weekly contest for patrons to take a selfie with the restaurant prominently featured, and they encouraged unique and original photos.
Before the case is final, the insurance company pulls out, declaring the policy null and void due to a technicality and leaving the mom-and-pop owners liable for damages.
Bull finds a way to pressure the insurance rep into settling with the boy's family while protecting the restaurant owners.
After being stalked by her ex-boyfriend, both online and in-person, a woman encounters the man in her home and shoots him to death as he retreats down the steps.
She is arrested for murder. Bull takes the case pro bono, believing TAC can make the case that the woman was harassed so much by the ex, she truly believed he was an imminent threat.
The trial judge openly dislikes Bull due to a previous case, and forbids him from being in the courtroom. This forces Bull and Marissa to switch places.
During the trial, the state tries to prove that the woman was actually the stalker. Taylor finds the man's cell phone and computers to be strangely clean, but after she and Danny find a hidden passage to the man's basement, they discover a high-tech gadget used to block outgoing signals.
This turns the case in favor of the defense. Meanwhile, Taylor fears she is being ghosted by a man she recently dated.
Marissa's friend Stephen Aaron Dean Eisenberg , whose younger brother has just committed suicide, wants to sue notable philanthropic businessman Peter Maybrook Kevin Kilner for abusing that brother in the early s when he was a child.
While New York has passed a law removing the statute of limitations on sexual abuse cases during a certain window, Bull and Benny say they cannot sue on behalf of the deceased.
Stephen then reveals that he also was abused by Maybrook two years before his brother, and proposes to sue the billionaire himself.
Bull looks to select jurors who can empathize with an individual's need for personal privacy, but the trial ultimately turns on evidence from digital cameras that the brother stole from the defendant.
On Bull Season 3 Episode 21, TAC defends Taylor's brother-in-law, a prison guard charged with manslaughter of two inmates in the middle of a hurricane.
On Bull Season 3 Episode 20, the TAC team represents the seemingly innocent young heir of an infamous crime family on trial for murder with his brother.
On Bull Season 3 Episode 19, Danny enlists TAC's help with the assault trial of her former FBI mentor who kidnapped the wrong mark during his first assignment.
On Bull Season 3 Episode 18, Diana Lindsay has Bull come to Texas to help a couple fighting against her former client for custody of their grandchildren.
On Bull Season 3 Episode 17, the TAC team represents a teen boy raised in complete isolation who goes on trial for murder after engaging in a deadly shootout.
May 18, Third series going strong. David B. Apr 29, Very unrealistic story lines and outcomes -- a real waste of Michael Weatherly's talents. Gary I.
Apr 03, Always look foreword to this excellent Stevan Spielberg production. Would you expect anything less from one of the most influential people in movie production history?
Peter K. Feb 18, I love this ensemble cast and enjoy the storylines. I like the plot twists and sticky situations Dr. Bull and his team get into when providing their services to the clients.
Berny W. Jan 14, This Tv show is like criminal minds meets scorpion. More story line from the other cast members personal lives would be good.
However you can watch any episode without starting from the pilot. Pretty good to watch and will keep you watching.
Tina M. Nov 14, Alittle silly but somewhat entertaining. I wouldn't mind if he lost every now and then. Frank R. Oct 22, Entertaining series.
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S3 E2. Bull finds himself serving jury duty while simultaneously mounting a defense for a woman on trial for killing her daughter's murderer.
Excessive Force. S3 E3. When the team consults for the NYPD on the defense of a police officer accused of excessive force in the shooting of an unarmed man, the social politics surrounding the case create tension within their own ranks.
Justice for Cable. S3 E4. When Bull and Benny's client has no memory of the crime due to her mental condition, they enter a "Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity" plea and aim to seat jurors that are sympathetic to mental illness.
Bull takes on a pro bono client who was poorly advised by his public defender to plead guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge and is now facing felony manslaughter after the victim dies.
Danny enlists her colleagues to help when her boyfriend, Gabriel, is arrested for being in the country illegally and threatened with deportation.
Also, Bull represents a German national who is being sued by a museum over possession of a valuable painting. Bull agrees to have TAC represent a priest who is charged in a fatal hit-and-run after he's found behind the wheel of the church van involved in the crash.A seemingly crazy woman shoots and kills a police officer as he sits in his patrol car, after he Erfolgreichste Anime Serie to continue helping her protect her drug dealing operation. He wants Benny to run for DA in a special April election. When Praktikum Kanada clicks Das Perfekte Date Film the gun seems empty, Theo leaves the room. Bull und Diana verteidigen deren Nichte, die wegen Raubüberfalls angeklagt ist. Don't Say A Word. FOLGE 17 Parental Guidance App Für Serien and the TAC team represent a teen boy raised in complete isolation when the young man goes on trial for murder after engaging in a deadly shootout. Bull aims to raise reasonable doubt among the jurors in his friend Nathan's Shawn Parsons trial when the man is tried for his wife's murder and the prosecution's case is based on circumstantial Das Volk. Bull has never been the most grim and gritty procedural on the small screen, but its Season 3 premiere featured a devastating twist that deals a significant blow to the team.5/5. Season three of Bull finds Dr. Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly) returning to work at TAC after recovering from his heart attack. His first case back is a tough one, as he asks his team to help defend an insurance company who is being sued by a /5(11). 5/13/ · On Bull Season 3 Episode 22, when a woman charged with her 3-year-old stepdaughter's death, the TAC team tries to convince the jury it was a tragic accident.