• Glenn Gordon Caron and Freddy Rodriguez will no longer be part of "Bull" Season 6
  • Their exit came following an internal investigation by CBS, which did not release its findings
  • Writers Kathryn Price and Nichole Millard will be the co-showrunners of the drama series

"Bull" showrunner Glenn Gordon Caron and actor Freddy Rodriguez will not be part of the CBS drama's sixth season, a report says.

Caron and Rodriguez's exit from the show comes after an internal workplace investigation by CBS, Entertainment Weekly reported. It is not clear what the investigation found regarding the showrunner and actor.

Replacing Caron, who has been part of the series since Season 2, are writers Kathryn Price and Nichole Millard. Moving forward, they will serve as co-showrunners of "Bull," which stars Michael Weatherly as Dr. Jason Bull, a psychologist and trial-science expert. Rodriguez played Benny Colon, Bull's in-house counsel.

Reps for Caron and Rodriguez did not respond to People's requests for comment.

"Bull" previously came under fire in 2018 when former star Eliza Dushku alleged that Weatherly sexually harassed her when they worked together on the show.

She detailed Weather's inappropriate behavior in an op-ed for The Boston Globe where she shared multiple incidents that occurred after she joined the cast in 2017. The actress alleged that when she confronted Weatherly about his "bad behavior," she and her character were written off by Caron.

"Weatherly's behavior was captured on CBS's own videotape recordings," Dushku wrote. "Weatherly harassed me from early on. The tapes show his offer to take me to his 'rape van, filled with all sorts of lubricants and long phallic things.'"

Weatherly later said in a statement that he regretted what he said and how he made Dushku feel on the set.

"During the course of taping our show, I made some jokes mocking some lines in the script," he said in a statement to The New York Times. "When Eliza told me that she wasn't comfortable with my language and attempt at humor, I was mortified to have offended her and immediately apologized. After reflecting on this further, I better understand that what I said was both not funny and not appropriate and I am sorry and regret the pain this caused Eliza."

Despite the controversy, "Bull" was kept on the air. CBS Entertainment president Kelly Kahl said at the time that Weatherly was "honest in his remorse" and that they "personally believe he can make a mistake and he admitted to that mistake."

"When it came time to make a decision, we looked at it through a fresh lens, with new eyes, because a lot of us were learning about it for a first time," Kahl told reporters in 2019.

He continued, "We reassessed what happened. First and foremost, Michael made a mistake in his comments, he owned that mistake, he apologized at the time. He was remorseful and he apologized again when it came out. He indicated he was willing to take any kind of coaching, whatever training deemed necessary to create a positive environment."

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NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 07: Executive producer Glenn Gordon Caron, Michael Weatherly and Bruce Fretts attend SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations: "Bull" at The Robin Williams Center on June 7, 2018 in New York City. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images