‘Bull’ Canceled at CBS: No Season 7 for Michael Weatherly Drama

CBS will break up with Bulls in the wake of Michael Weatherlydecided to give up the series. The final episode is scheduled to air in May.

“I decided it was time to pursue new creative challenges and finish his story,” Weatherly announced on Twitter. Twitter end of Tuesday. “It was an honor to work with the talented cast, crew, and writer/producer team who helped recreate the legal drama. Stay tuned for the end of a great series. Thank you to all the fans from the bottom of my heart. You will always be part of our Bull family! ”

Section so far, Bulls averaged 7.5 million total weekly viewers and a 0.6 demo rating (with Live playback + 7 DVRs) – a 13% 25% drop from last season’s average. Out of the 13 CBS dramas that aired this season, it came in at 8th and… last place, respectively.

12 more episodes in Bullsof the current sixth season.

In a statement, CBS said, “For six seasons, Bulls established itself as the winner of ratings with a new adjudication process never before seen on television. Our thanks to the talented cast, Michael Weatherly, Geneva Carr, Yara Martinez, Jaime Lee Kirchner, Christopher Jackson, MacKenzie Meehan, the incredible creative team led by Kathryn Price and Nichole Millard, and the team our hard-working team, for bringing these innovation stories to life. We also thank our loyal viewers and look forward to giving them a gripping finale with the humor, intelligence, and twists that have made the series such a hit with fans. like. ”

Watch CBS’s new final season promo below:

Three years ago, Bulls became something of a PR responsibility for CBS after Weatherly’s allegations of lewd behavior come to light from former co-star Eliza Duskhu.

As reported in December 2018 by New York Times, a third-party investigation into sexual harassment allegations made against former CBS CEO Les Moonves produced papers showing that during Duskhu’s Season 1 final run, she She filed a formal complaint online after receiving some lewd comments by Theo Weather. Days after Dushku confronted Weatherly herself about his behavior, she was informed that her character was written.

Dushku entered a mediation with CBS, eventually resulted in a payment of $9.5 million – the equivalent of what she would earn if she became a full-fledged cast member for another four seasons, as envisioned.

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