CBS' BULL Casts MacKenzie Meehan in Recurring Season 3 Role
Meehan fills the spot that Annabelle Attanasio's departure from the show left. Attanasio played TAC's information and research expert, Cable McCrory. She left the series at the end of the 2017-18 season to direct her first feature film.
Taylor is a former colleague of Marissa's (Geneva Carr) from her time at the Department of Homeland Security. Like Cable, her expertise lies in coding and hacking.A single mother, Taylor is not a Jason BULL acolyte and views her job with TAC as just that - a job. As such, she's unapologetic about expecting to be able to leave at a set time and have weekends free.
CBS has not divulged how Cable's departure will be addressed on screen.
Bull begins its third season on CBS Monday, Sept. 24.
BULL stars Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason BULL in a drama inspired by the early career of DR. PHIL McGraw, the founder of one of the most prolific trial consulting firms of all time. Brilliant, brash, and charming, Dr. BULL is the ultimate puppet master as he combines psychology, human intuition, and high tech data to learn what makes jurors, attorneys, witnesses, and the accused tick. BULL employs an enviable team of experts at Trial Analysis Corporation to shape successful narratives down to the very last detail. They include his quick-witted former brother-in-law, Benny Colón, a lawyer who acts as defense attorney in the company's mock trials; Marissa Morgan, a cutting-edge neurolinguistics expert from the Department of Homeland Security; former NYPD detective Danny James, the firm's tough but relatable investigator; haughty millennial hacker Cable McCrory, who is responsible for gathering cyber intelligence; and Chunk Palmer, a fashion-conscious stylist and former All-American lineman who fine tunes clients' appearances for trial. In high-stakes trials, Bull's combination of remarkable insight into human nature, three PhDs, and a top-notch staff creates winning strategies that tip the scales of justice in his clients' favor.
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