New Bull Season 6 Spoilers For October 7, 2021 Premiere Episode 1 Revealed

New Bull Season 6 Spoilers For October 7, 2021 Premiere Episode 1 Revealed

Hey, “Bull” fans. Welcome to the brand new season 6. We know it’s been quite the wait for you guys, but the wait has finally ended because the brand new, premiere episode 1 is scheduled to arrive on Thursday night, October 7, 2021.

We were able to gather up a couple new, official teaser descriptions for the new episode 1 from CBS’ official episode 1 press release. So, we’re going to get into those right now. Let’s do it.

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To start, CBS let us know that this new, premiere episode 1 of Bull’s new season 6 is officially named/titled, “Gone.”

It sounds like episode 1 will feature some very intense, dramatic, emotional, action-filled, interesting and suspenseful scenes as Bull’s daughter gets kidnapped! Bull makes very interesting discovery and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the kidnapping situation. It turns out that Bull’s daughter will indeed get kidnapped at some point in this episode. This awful development will, of course, cause the Bull team to do everything they can to track down the whereabouts of Bull’s daughter. Meanwhile, the culprit will warn Bull and his team not to get the police involved.

CBS’ official description for this kidnapping situation reads like this, “Bull and the TAC team must call upon all their collective experience to locate Bull’s kidnapped daughter, and the abductor warns them not to go to the police.”

The second and last teaser description lets us know that Bull will definitely be busy at work, trying to crack this kidnapping case for his daughter’s sake. He will start building a psych profile. While doing so, he will end up discovering that the kidnapping culprit might be someone that is connected to his past.

CBS’ description for this Bull investigation plotline reads like this, “As Bull works to build the most important psych profile of his life, he begins to suspect the captor is someone connected to his past.”

Episode 1 will feature a couple of guest stars. They are: Nora Noto as character (Astrid), Jenny Bacon as character (Sheryl Werth), Mark Taudevin as character (Tristen Werth), Lilla Crawford as character (Tiffany), Sam Breslin Wright as character (Gavin).

Guest stars continued: Bianca Horn as character (Mirror Judge #5), Danny Plaza as character (Bodega Owner), Karan Choudhary as character (Bank Executive) and Charles Everett as character (Detective Stallard).

The season regulars that will be featured in episode 1 are: Michael Weatherly as character (Dr. Jason Bull), Freddy Rodriguez as character (Benny Colón), 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 1 was written by Kathryn Price & Nichole Millard,and it was directed by Eric Stoltz.

CBS’ press release confirmed that the new, premiere episode 1 of Bull’s current season 6 is indeed scheduled to arrive on Thursday night, October 7, 2021 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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