New Bull Season 6 Spoilers For April 28, 2022 Episode 19 Revealed

New Bull Season 6 Spoilers For April 28, 2022 Episode 19 Revealed

Hey, “Bull” fans. It’s that time again for us to get on here and deliver up a new, Bull spoiler session for you guys. In this one, we’re going to be talking about what the next, new episode 19 of Bull’s current season 6 will have to offer when it arrives next Thursday night,April 28, 2022.

We were able to get a hold of a couple of new, official teaser descriptions for this new episode 19 via CBS’ official, episode 19 press release. So, we’re going to take a look at those right now. Let’s get into it.

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First off, CBS let us know that this new episode 19 has officially been named/titled, “Opening Up.” It sounds like episode 19 will feature some very interesting, intense, possible dramatic and emotional scenes as a tech CEO is put on trial. Danny starts thinking about what she really wants and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the tech CEO situation. It turns out that a tech CEO named Kyla will get put on trial with charges of wrongfully firing an employee in this episode. Bull will be out with a back injury. So, we’re going to see Marissa and Chunk take over defending this CEO who just so happens to be one of Marissa’s closest, childhood friends.

CBS’ official description for this CEO trial storyline tells us, “When Bull is sidelined with a back injury, Marissa and Chunk are forced to go to court without him to defend Marissa’s closest childhood friend, Kyla (Annika Boras), a tech CEO accused of wrongfully terminating an employee.”

An alternate description reads like this, “WHILE BULL IS SIDELINED WITH A BACK INJURY, MARISSA AND CHUNK ARE FORCED TO GO TO COURT WITHOUT HIM TO DEFEND MARISSA’S CHILDHOOD FRIEND IN A WRONGFUL TERMINATION CASE.”

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The second and last spoiler scoop for this new episode 19 lets us know that Danny will take some of the spotlight at some point. When we see her, she will be busy, trying to figure out what she actually wants out of life after nearly dying.

CBS’ description for this Danny scenario reads like this, “Danny contemplates what she wants out of life following a near-death experience.”

Episode 19 will feature a lot of guest stars. They are: Annika Boras as character (Kyla Moore), Scott William Winters as character (Oscar Moore), Scott Speiser as character (Raiden Parks), Cindy Cheung as character (Wendy Anderson), Geoffrey Owens as character (Judge Westlake), Christian Charisiou as character (Cameron).

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Guest stars continued: Ben Rezendes as character (Man), Susan Varon as character (Dolores), Charlë Webb as character (Manager), Zakiya Cook as character (Production Assistant), Malikha Mallette as character (Reporter #1), Chris Wendelken as character (Reporter #2), Casey Ford Alexander as character (Reporter #3) and Abigail Sanchez as character (Reporter #4).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 19 are: Michael Weatherly as character (Dr. Jason Bull), Yara Martinez as character (Isabella “Izzy” Colón), Geneva Carr as character (Marissa Morgan), Jamie Lee Kirchner as character (Danny James), Christopher Jackson as character (Chunk Palmer) and MacKenzie Meehan as character (Taylor Rentzel).

Episode 19 was written by Allison Intrieri, and it was directed by former NCIS star Sasha Alexander.

CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 19 of Bulls’ current season 6 is indeed scheduled to hit the airwaves next Thursday night, April 28,2022 at approximately 9 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

Alright, guys. That’s all we’ve got for this latest, “Bull” TV show report, but definitely stay tuned for more.

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