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CBS Ousts 'Bull' Showrunner & Original Star Following Internal Investigation

One original star, and the showrunner, of CBS’ Bull will not be returning for the upcoming season.

THR is reporting that following an internal workplace investigation, showrunner Glenn Gordon Caron is exciting the series.

Click inside to see what happened and which original star is leaving…More Here! »

CBS Renews 'NCIS' With Mark Harmon to Return, Hands Renewals to 4 Other Shows

Huge NCIS news!

Mark Harmon is returning to the show for a 19th season, CBS confirmed Thursday (April 15), via THR.

Following earlier reports in 2021 that Mark was looking to move on from the role he first originated on JAG back in 2003, he entered negotiations to return for another season upon learning the show would likely end if he retired.

It’s unclear whether he will be returning full-time on the show, as negotiations included the option to appear in a limited number of episodes. It’s not yet known how many episodes will be included in the new season, nor whether this is the final season of the show.

Find out what else got renewed…More Here! »

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CBS Defends Keeping Michael Weatherly's 'Bull' on Air Despite Eliza Dushku's Allegations

Michael Weatherly faced an accusation of sexual harassment from Bull co-star Eliza Dushku last year and now CBS is defending their decision to continue airing the series.

Dushku was paid $9.5 million in a settlement with the network when she was written off the show after filing the sexual harassment claim.

Michael Steven Spielberg‘s production company Amblin Entertainment pulled out as producers after the allegations went public.

“I can’t speak for Amblin, but to us, it’s a show that does very well,” CBS network head Kelly Kahl said at the TCA Summer Press Tour (via Variety). “It’s a very popular show. More than 10 million people watch every week. Michael is loved by our audience, and even after these allegations came out, people continued to watch. It’s a popular show we want to keep on our air, and it’s a very good show as well.”

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Michael Weatherly's 'Bull' Loses Steven Spielberg as Producer

The hit series Bull, starring Michael Weatherly, is losing Steven Spielberg and Amblin Television as producers.

Spielberg and the heads of his production company Amblin TV have served as executive producers on the CBS legal drama for the first three seasons. The show was just renewed for a fourth season, but they will not continue.

The reason? They reportedly don’t want to be associated with the series after Weatherly was accused of sexual harassment by co-star Eliza Dushku, according to Deadline.

CBS paid out a $9.5 million settlement to Dushku after she was written off the show. Her exit happened after she reported Weatherly and the settlement she received reflected the amount she would have made if she finished out her contract with the show.

CBS Unveils Trailers for 'Star Trek,' 'MacGyver' & More!

Matt LeBlanc and James Corden arrive for the 2016 CBS Upfront at The Plaza on Wednesday (May 18) in New York City.

The guys were joined by fellow personalities from the network, including Brenda Song, Odette Annable, Dermot Mulroney, Joel McHale, Kevin James, Freddy Rodriguez, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse.

That same day, CBS unveiled trailers for their new series MacGyver, Bull, Pure Genius, Kevin Can Wait, Man With a Plan, The Great Indoors, and Training Day.

Watch them below!

Star Trek Trailer

45+ pictures inside, plus more CBS fall trailers…More Here! »

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