Michael Weatherly Previews 'Bull's New Cases in Season 3
Jail time. Romantic travails. A heart attack.
In just two seasons, trial consultant Dr. Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly) has dealt with more than his share of upheaval — and Bull's Season 3 doesn’t let up. Weatherly previews the docket for the prickly psychologist.
The CBS legal drama returns in September.
The Case of the Health Nut
The workaholic hit a wall last season when he suffered a heart attack on the courthouse steps. The medical emergency was an eye-opener for Bull, who now works and works out — simultaneously. “He’s got a treadmill in his office, and he’s trying to get himself together,” explains Weatherly, who’s lost 25 pounds since filming the finale.
The Case of the Exiting Actress
One member of the Trial Analysis team isn’t returning: tech expert Cable McCrory (Annabelle Attanasio, who left to pursue a directing career). According to Weatherly, “It has a seismic effect on the whole team.”
The Case of the Lonely Bull
His heart may be healed physically, but Bull still isn’t sure how to share it with others. “He’s not great at loving people,” says Weatherly of his occasionally “super annoying” character. “He’s got to get himself sorted out before he can inflict himself on anyone else.”
Bull, Season 3 Premiere, Monday, Sept. 24, 10/9c, CBS
This article also appeared in the Sept 17 - 30 issue of TV Guide Magazine.