For those of you excited to see Bull season 3 start filming, hopefully, we’ll have some good news on that sooner rather than later.
When could production begin on the Michael Weatherly series in New York City? With the show’s season 2 timeline in line, you shouldn’t be forced to wait too much longer. There’s a good chance that season 3 production will kick off in early July, which means that filming will be underway for well over two months prior to the series coming back on CBS with new episodes. That should allow the cast and crew to get several episodes wrapped up before the show even starts airing.
As for where things will pick up at the start of season 3, we have a feeling that the writers are going to address head-on some of the events that took place at the end of season 2 — specifically, we’re referring to Dr. Jason Bull having a heart attack and struggling to deal with the aftermath of that. Will this actually cause him to change his life, whether it be his drinking or his addiction to work? These are issues that the writers have to address — Bull has to realize that if he does continue to work like this, he will probably end up dying at an early age.
Of course, we don’t think Bull is going to deviate all that far from its original focus, either. This is still a show that is about important, interesting legal cases and we have a hard time thinking that the writers are going to drift all that far from this. This is the lifeblood of the show; the mystery comes in whether or not some of these characters find a different way to deal with some of the cases with the recent changes in mind.
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