The star and showrunner of “Bull” are both receiving “leadership training” ahead of the upcoming fourth season.

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According to Deadline, CBS Entertainment president Kelly Kahl confirmed that “Bull” star Michael Weatherly and showrunner Glenn Gordon Caron are receiving the training in the wake of a harassment scandal that rocked the series.

“It is implied in the name that is how to be a leader on the set, it’s how to be a positive example for everyone,” Kahl said.

The moves comes after it was revealed that CBS paid out a $9.5 million settlement to former star Eliza Dushku over sexual harassment allegations against Weatherly which led to her being axed from the show.

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“None of us are too old and too smart to learn to do something better,” said Kahl of the showrunner. “He is taking his responsibility as the head of a show to make the set a positive place to work.”

Asked why the show was brought back for a fourth season despite the controversy, Kahl said, “It’s a very popular show. Michael is loved by our audience.”