Main protagonist Dr. Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly) of legal drama Bull no doubt shines as he fronts every episode with his snooty brilliance. However, none of his courtroom strategies would have been possible if it weren’t for an equally brilliant team.
With experts in various fields from neuropsychology and litigation to hacking and even fashion, Bull’s Trial Analysis Corporation (TAC) is television’s dream team we could only hope to join. But if such a fictional team were real, what would get us recruited?
Technology is central to TAC’s ability to manipulate trials to its favor. At its heart is the 400-factor matrix created by neurolinguist Marissa Morgan (Geneva Carr) to predict juror behavior with astonishing accuracy. Cyber intelligence, care of hacker Cable McCrory (Annabelle Attanasio), further adds to the team’s digital arsenals.
Sense of Style
The TAC team knows that appearance isn’t just skin deep. Former football lineman and resident fashion specialist Chunk Palmer (Christopher Jackson) ensures that first impressions last when it comes to the jury by taking care of the client’s look from hairstyle to shoe color.
The Internet can provide only so much information about people, unfortunately. For some classic sleuthing, Danny James (Jamie Lee Kirchner) brings her experience from previous stints at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the New York Police Department to conduct espionage and collect data as the TAC’s lead investigator.
Trial science is incomplete without legal counsel. After serving as prosecutor for New York City, Benny Cólon (Freddy Rodriquez) now works the defense for Dr. Bull by providing clients with attorney’s advice as well as representation to help them win the case.
Wondering if you have what it takes to fit the TAC team? Find out by catching Bull Season 2, Wednesdays at 9:00PM, same day as the U.S., first and exclusive on RTL CBS Entertainment.
RTL CBS Entertainment is available on SKYcable channels 53 (SD) and 196 (HD), SKYdirect channel 35, Destiny Cable channel 53 (Digital) and 89 (Analog), and Cablelink channels 37 (SD) and 313 (HD).