New Bull Season 6 Spoilers For January 20, 2022 Episode 11 Revealed

New Bull Season 6 Spoilers For January 20, 2022 Episode 11 Revealed

Hey, “Bull” fans. We hope you guys totally had the time of your lives with episode 10 tonight. Now that episode 10 has aired and is out of the way, we are back on here to let you guys know what the next, new episode 11 of Bull’s current season 6 will offer up when it makes its debut next Thursday night, January 20, 2022.

We were able to collect a couple of new, official teaser descriptions for the new episode 11 direct from CBS’ official episode 11 press release. So, that is certainly what we’ll be taking a look at for this spoiler session. Let’s do it.

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First off, CBS let us know that this new episode 11 does indeed come with an official title. It’s called, “Family Matters.” It sounds like episode 11 will feature some very intense, dramatic, interesting and emotional scenes as Bull and company face off against Marissa. Taylor’s work life works against her and more.

We’ll go ahead and start off this spoiler session with the Bull team and Marissa situation. It turns out that Bull and the TAC team will end up dealing with a very intense case like no other in this episode. Apparently, they’re going to have to face off against Marissa and her new boss in the court of law at some point!

CBS’ official description for this Bull, TAC team and Marissa scenario reads like this, “The TAC team finds itself in a tense and unprecedented situation when Bull faces off against Marissa and her new boss in court, following her departure from the company.”

The second and last teaser scoop for this new episode 11 lets us know that Taylor will be involved in a very intense custody battle in this episode. And unfortunately for her, her professional life will end up working against her.

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CBS’ description for this Taylor debacle reads like this, “Taylor’s professional life works against her during her custody battle with her ex-husband.”

Episode 11 will feature a lot of guest stars. They are: Sam Daly as character (Bradley Lena), Mandy Gonzalez as character (Patricia Arias), Megan Channell as character (Rachel Ness), Teddy Coluca as character (Dimitri Gillard), Bill Sage as character (Thomas Krenell).

Guest stars continued: Ashley D. Kelley as character (Lisa Nash), Kim Sykes as character (Judge Foley), Jason Burkey as character (Steve Davis), David Wohl as character (Judge Miller), Ethan Herschenfeld as character (Robert Woods), John Palumbo as character (Foreman), Hannah Karpenko as character (Assistant), Bobby Guarino as character (Juror #6/Foreperson) and Francesca Ferrara as character (Marshal).

Episode 11 will feature a couple of recurring stars. They are: Matt Dellapina as character (Erik Rentzel) and Ollie Robinson as character (Mauricio Rentzel).

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The season regulars that will be featured in episode 11 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).

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Episode 11 was written by Steven Paul Martinez, and it was directed by Leslie Libman.

CBS’ press release confirmed that the next, new episode 11 of Bull’s current season 6 is indeed scheduled to hit your TV sets next Thursday night, January 20, 2022 at approximately 9 pm central standard time. It will also be available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

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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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