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CBS Sets Fall 2017 Premiere Dates for 'Big Bang Theory,' 'NCIS,' 'Survivor' and More

CBS is gearing up for the start of the fall 2017 TV season. With returning favorites like The Big Bang Theory, Survivor and NCIS as well as newbies like Young Sheldon and SEAL Team, the network has announced premiere dates for all of its fall shows.
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Best 'Bull' Quotes from the Season 1 Finale

Bull's final trial of the season wasn't an easy one in "Benevolent Deception." TAC traveled to Miami to work on one of J.
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'Bull' Season 1 Finale Recap: What Makes Bull Take on a Drug Cartel Case?

Last time on Bull, Dr. Bull learned that J.P. Nunnelly (Eliza Dushku) is not the type of girl who just backs down as they worked on the first of three cases that Bull owes her for defending Benny.
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'Bull': The Best of Dr. Bull and J.P. in 'Dirty Little Secrets'

It was time for Dr. Jason Bull to begin paying J.P. Nunnelly back for helping Benny in Bull's "Dirty Little Secrets," and those two continued to be very entertaining to watch together.
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CBS' Fall 2017 Schedule: 'SEAL Team,' 'SWAT' and 'Young Sheldon' Join Stable Line-Up

CBS is easily the most stable network on television, and that is proven by its Fall 2017 schedule. The vast majority of the schedule remains the same, with six new shows filling in the gaps.
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'Bull': 7 Reasons Why We Loved J.P. in 'How to Dodge a Bullet'

Bull introduced Eliza Dushku's J.P. Nunnelly in "How to Dodge a Bullet" when Jason went looking for a lawyer to help Benny avoid jail time and having to admit to planting evidence when he did not.
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'Bull' Season 1 Finale Photos: Dr. Bull, the Team and J.P. Nunnelly Head to Miami for a Trial

TAC is heading to Miami with Eliza Dushku's J.P. Nunnelly for the Bull season 1 finale, and the trial in "Benevolent Deception" is going to be dangerous for the client and the jurors.
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Best 'Bull' Quotes from 'Make Me'

Was TAC's client brainwashed into killing? That was the question for Bull's "Make Me," and all it took was a bit of undercover work from Chunk and finding the right trigger to use in court to prove that to the jury.
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