The hit legal procedural Bull Final Series 6 is back after the break. Bull Season 6 Episode 15 will release on March 31, 2022. The case will be a significant impact on one of Bull (Michael Weatherly).
In the previous episode of Bull Season 6, Episode 14 of ‘Bull’ had an intriguing case in which an agoraphobic client sought Bull’s assistance in obtaining justice and putting his beloved aunt’s killer behind bars, and the audience adored the plot. To understand more about episode 14, keep reading the recap section. Now fans are excited to see the new season. So, here’s what’s in store for season 6 episode 15 of ‘Bull’! www.tvacute.com’s everything we know so far about the new episode, including the premiere date, guest cast, and plot.
Bull Season 6 Episode 15 Spoilers
First and foremost, The new episode of Bull’s final season 6 is officially titled “With These Hands”. And Bull‘s Series star Geneva Carr (Marissa) directs for the first time in ‘Bull’ Season 6 Episode 15. Carr says to a tv insider, she’d wanted to direct since the first season but hadn’t gotten the chance until now. The next episode appears to take a personal turn according to the synopsis. Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly) has a hard time overcoming some personal difficulties in order to represent this client. He will be dealing with his own emotions as the doctor who gave him a second chance at life following his heart attack will be sued, making the struggle more personal. Meanwhile, it appears that Carr’s character can’t seem to get a break when it comes to love, and Marissa’s (MacKenzie Meehan) new love interest. In Episode 14, we also saw Marissa (Geneva Carr) develop feelings for gallery owner Henri Fray, whom she assisted in recovering artwork to its rightful owner. They hit it off at the end of the episode, but with a new love interest comes nosy pals, and Taylor (MacKenzie Meehan) will be spying on her friend’s new beau. his revelations will be shocking.
As an added bonus, we’ve learned that Jill Flint reprises her role as Diana Lindsay, Bull’s ex-girlfriend, in the April 7 episode. Bull’s sixth season comes to an end on Thursday, May 26, as series star Michael Weatherly confirmed in January. Bull Series Finale episode called “Bulldozer.”
Bull Season 6 Episode 15 Synopsis: Bull takes a frustratingly passive role in court during a medical malpractice suit when he helps the surgeon who saved his life after his heart attack and must defer to her browbeating attorney on trial strategy. Also, Taylor fights the urge to check into the background of Henri Fray (Edward Akrout), Marissa’s new love interest.
Bull Season 6 Episode 15 Cast
REGULAR CAST: Michael Weatherly (Dr. Jason Bull) Yara Martinez (Isabella “Izzy” Colón) Geneva Carr (Marissa Morgan) Jamie Lee Kirchner (Danny James) Christopher Jackson (Chunk Palmer) MacKenzie Meehan (Taylor Rentzel)
GUEST CAST: Peter Jacobson as Bryan Vincent, Natalie Gold as Jill White, Kellie Overbey as Nurse Banks, Rick Zahn as Judge Carter, Dana de Celis as Lucy Synford, Rajesh Bose as Dr. Warrick, Miche Braden as Nurse Pinsky, Delphi Harrington as Clea, and Christine Hillary Lee as Kallie WRITTEN BY: Blair Singer DIRECTED BY: Geneva Carr
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Bull Season 6 Episode 15 Release Date
Bull Season 6 Episode 15 will release on Thursday, March 31 at 10 pm ET/PT. on CBS.. If you missed the broadcast on television you can watch the show on CBS’ official website. The season premiere will also be available to watch on Paramount+, Fubo TV, YouTube TV, Hulu+Live TV, Xfinity, and DirecTV. On Spectrum, iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Vudu, you can buy or rent the latest episodes or prior seasons of ‘Bull.’
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Bull Season 6 Episode 14 Recap
Bull receives a parcel containing evidence and a letter from a recognized person asking for his assistance in proving his aunt’s murderer guilty. It’s from his former patient Sam Richards, whom he couldn’t finish treating as a child since he was removed from therapy. Sam has a severe anxiety disorder that causes him to have agonizing anxiety and panic attacks. The young man who lost his aunt six years ago wishes to see justice done for her, but the case is old, and he suffers from a mental illness, making it impossible. When his aunt was murdered, the suspect gave a false alibi, and Sam, who was a youngster at the time, was found in a catatonic state, unable to give a statement for weeks because he had an attack in his bed after overhearing the fight.
The opposing party makes Sam look bad by having him testify in court by video rather than in person since he is frightened of leaving the house. The suspect even pulls in an accomplice to make Sam appear untrustworthy, forcing Bull to inform Sam that he must appear in court. Bull, as a doctor, is patient and calm with him, gradually teaching him how to break free from his bubble. Sam successfully testifies in court, and with additional evidence discovered by the team, the case is won, and justice is served for his aunt, who was the only person who had ever cared for him. The episode concludes on a touching note, with Bull treating Sam and encouraging him to take small efforts toward overcoming his agoraphobia by accompanying him on brief walks around the block.