How to Watch ‘Bull’ Online – Live Stream Season 4 This Fall

By Gabriela Vatu / September 11, 2019

Bull is coming back for a fourth season this fall and we can't wait to watch it all online. Come find out how you can do this too.

The first time Bull aired was back in September 2016, and it has since gone through three seasons, with the fourth one preparing to premiere this September.

The show follows Dr. Jason Bull, a psychologist and trial science expert who leads a jury consulting firm. He helps clients find the best route to convince the jury they are innocent and he does this by picking the right jury who will respond to the strategy he deploys. As the new season rolls around, we'll see a lot of developments in the lives of the main characters, as Bull needs to take on a new role in his life, and Marissa learns to cope with the idea of possibly never being a mother.

For a while, it was unclear whether or not a fourth season would even take place. Michael Weatherly, who plays the main character and was previously known for his role as Tony DiNozzo in NCIS, was accused of sexual harassment. Weatherly was accused by actress Eliza Dushku, whom he played alongside in Bull, of inappropriate behavior on set. The actor apologized for the comments he made on set that had made Dushku uncomfortable, while CBS settled the lawsuit for $9.5 million, which would have represented the salary she received if she had stayed on the show. Considering the matter settled, the network decided to move on with the show.

When and Where to Watch Bull?

The fourth season of Bull will premiere on September 23rd, 2019, and it is unclear at this point exactly how many episodes it will have. Previous seasons ran for 22 or 23 episodes, so it is expected we'll see pretty much the same schedule this year, with the finale taking place in May. The show will air on CBS, as ever, and it will run on Mondays at 10 PM.

How Can I Livestream Bull?

It is easier than ever to watch TV online these days, given all the streaming services and live TV platforms out there. CBS, in particular, is a channel that is easy to find online. In fact, CBS has its own streaming service called CBS All Access which provides people with a way to enjoy the channel's live stream, as well as a ton of video-on-demand content in the form of shows the network has created over the years. Start your 7-day free trial on CBS All Access now!

You can choose between the two plans they have to offer - $5.99 per month for Limited Commercials (or $59.99 per year) or $9.99 per year for Commercial-Free (or $99.99 per year). CBS All Access comes with apps for Apple TV, Android TV, Google Chromecast, Fire TV, Samsung Smart TVs, Roku, iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, PS4, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and it also works on Windows 10. (Note: CBS All Access is a platform that works in the United States and nowhere else. So, if you ever travel abroad, you're going to need a VPN to access the service. Click here to learn how you can do this easily.)

Here's everything you need to do to set up an account and start your 7-day free trial on CBS All Access:

Other Ways to Watch Bull on CBS

fuboTV - The next one to make our list is fuboTV, which is a great platform that features a ton of sports channels, but also loads of entertainment networks. There's a single bundle of channels here that includes CBS, so you can easily watch Bull every Monday. Start your 7-day free trial on fuboTV!

Amazon Prime - On Amazon Prime, you won't get CBS, but you will get away to subscribe to CBS All Access. You can add the platform to your Amazon subscription and pay a single bill. Start your 30-day free trial on Amazon Prime!

AT&T TV Now - Another platform on our list is AT&T TV Now, which features seven bundles. Plus and Max were added earlier this year, while Entertainment, Choice, Xtra, Ultimate, and Optimo Mas were given a new name and a price upgrade at the same time. CBS is part of all seven bundles, so you'll have to go with the one you like best for the price or the channel combo.

How Can I Watch Bull When I'm Outside of the United States?

Live TV platforms and streaming services have to abide by licensing deals, which translates into people being unable to watch content when they travel abroad because their access is barred. This is quite annoying, of course, but it's not uncommon at all, and quite easily understandable. Thankfully, the issue can be easily fixed with the help of a VPN service that can change your IP address to trick the site into thinking you are still in the US. We can recommend you go with ExpressVPN, which is a really cool service that can help you change your IP address in just a few seconds.

Here is everything you need to know to bypass the geo-blockade and watch Bull wherever you may be:

Can I Watch Bull on the CBS Website?

Unfortunately, since they're pushing everyone towards CBS All Access, there's no live stream to enjoy on the CBS website, as other TV networks have. Instead, you'll need to subscribe to CBS All Access or go for a live TV platform instead. (Note: CBS is a channel that is available in select markets only, so if you find yourself unable to watch any CBS content in your location, you can use the VPN to change your IP to match those from a different city that does get access to the channel. Click here to find out how to do this.)

Can I Watch Bull with a TV Antenna?

Yes, that is something that you will be able to do because CBS is channel that continues to broadcast over the air. This means that a simple TV antenna will help you solve this problem. TV antennas are super popular among cord-cutters because they enable people to watch TV for free by only paying a relatively small sum on the antennas.

Before making any purchases, we advise you to check NoCable, which is a great platform that will help you figure out whether or not CBS broadcasts over the air in your location or not. Furthermore, you can also find extra info on how far the content is being broadcast from so you can get the device with the right range for your needs, which will give you the most channels. When it comes to the device you're going to get, we already gave you a suggestion, which comes with great reviews, but you can do your own research if you want more options.

Can I Binge-Watch Bull?

You most certainly can do that because you'll find all the Bull episodes right on CBS All Access. You can catch up before the new season kicks in, or mix and match the episodes you want if you have favorites. The show isn't present on Netflix or Hulu.

You can also pay to purchase the episodes or full seasons from Amazon Prime, iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, Vudu, or Microsoft Store. Check all the links as either of these services may have better deals available for you so you can save some money.

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