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|Created by||Michael S. Chernuchin|
|Music by||Mark Snow|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||22 (11 unaired)|
|Executive producer(s)||Ken Horton
Michael S. Chernuchin
|Running time||60 min.|
|Production company(s)||Nooch Company
Warner Bros. Television
|Original release||August 15 – October 24, 2000|
Bull is an American drama series created by Michael S. Chernuchin that aired in TNT's first original series from August 15, 2000 to October 24, 2000. The show's name is in reference to the bull market, but the airing of the series coincided with the dot-com bubble crash that turned what had until then been a bull economy in the United States into a bear market. On February 2001 the series was cancelled after airing 12 of the planned 20 episodes.
Bull is about a group of Wall Street investment bankers that risk everything to break away from an established firm and start their own company. Leading the way is Robert "Ditto" Roberts III, the brilliant grandson of the founder of their former company who must betray his family heritage in order to stake a claim to his own life. His partners—Corey Granville, Marty Decker, Carson Boyd, Alison Jeffers and Marissa Rufo—each with a separate agenda, risk losing everything to join him in the new rival start-up firm that will answer the call of the new economy. With no financing, no clients and the rivalry of every player in town, the team's dreams rest on Hunter Lasky, the hard-hitting negotiations shark who has the potential to give the renegade team of Wall Street brokers the edge and legitimacy they need to succeed in the competitive world of high finance.
|#||Title||Original air date|
|1||"In the Course of Human Events"||August 15, 2000|
|2||"One Night in Bangkok"||August 22, 2000|
|3||"How Green Is Your Mail?"||August 29, 2000|
|4||"In the Black"||September 5, 2000|
|5||"It's Not Personal"||September 12, 2000|
|6||"Who's Afraid of Chairman Al"||September 19, 2000|
|7||"Final Hour"||September 26, 2000|
|8||"Sins of the Father"||October 3, 2000|
|9||"The Quick Hit"||October 10, 2000|
|10||"Monday, Bloody Monday"||October 24, 2000|
|11||"A Wink and a Nod"||October 24, 2000|
|12||"Blood, Flopsweat and Tears"||January 31, 2001|
|13||"What the Past Will Bring"||TBA|
|15||"Appearance of Impropriety"||TBA|
|17||"Love's Labor Lost"||TBA|
|19||"To Have and to Hold"||TBA|
|20||"A Beautiful Lie"||TBA|
Michael S. Chernuchin was the series creator, executive producer and show runner. Eric Laneuville and Ken Horton were also executive producers for the series. Doug Palau was a supervising producer and writer. Palau had previously worked with Chernuchin on Brooklyn South.
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