Cookies help us deliver our Services. By using our Services, you agree to our use of cookies. Learn More.

The Best Episode Of Bull According To IMDb

There are few legal dramas on TV quite like "Bull," the CBS series that focuses on psychologist Dr. Jason Bull (Michael Weatherly), who fronts a jury consulting firm. Using his unique skills and a team of experts in a variety of legal fields, Bull works to pick the perfect jurors for his clients' trials. Over the course of its six seasons, "Bull" has consistently put a fresh and engaging spin on the legal drama genre with plenty of twists and turns along the way for its central cast of characters.

Since its debut back in 2016, "Bull" has managed to put out some truly remarkable episodes of television (as well as a few duds). However, there is one specific episode of "Bull" that is unusually gripping in terms of its plot and tone, and based on where it stands in the IMDb rankings, many fans would likely argue that this particular chapter stands above the rest as the finest outing of the entire show.

Viewers rate the Season 2 finale as Bull's best episode

According to IMDb, viewers rated the Season 2 finale episode of "Bull," titled "Death Sentence," as the best episode of the show, with a rating that currently stands at 8.6/10.

To its credit, "Death Sentence" is a pretty intense and engaging episode. The finale sees Bull and his team step out of their comfort zone and go against the system when they learn that an innocent man is about to be convicted of murder. It's a race against the clock as the team investigates the murders themselves and even deduce the killer's true identity. Though Bull and the others bring the true culprit to justice in the end, the conclusion of the episode leaves no room for relief. In one of the biggest cliffhangers of the series, the final scene sees an exhausted Bull on the ground, dialing 9-1-1 while suffering from a heart attack. This worrying plot point would prove to have major ramifications in the show's next season.

With its blistering tension and break from the show's status quo, it's easy to see why viewers rated "Death Sentence" so highly.