Are we one step closer to the Bosch television universe? Dads everywhere can dream! According to author Michael Connelly, Amazon, the #1 place for Bosch, is looking into developing a Lincoln Lawyer TV series. At one point, CBS was developing a Lincoln Lawyer show, but ultimately passed on the idea. Now, Connelly hopes to bring the project to Amazon and have it crossover with the Bosch-verse.
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A doctor has been murdered, radioactive material has been stolen from a lab, and domestic terrorists seem hellbent on using it to hold the city hostage. It’s all just another day in Bosch‘s Los Angeles, where Detective Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch (Titus Welliver, who also appeared in Lost and The Town) and his team are all that stands between the blissfully ignorant city residents and their total destruction.
Amazon Prime Video has released a new Bosch season 6 trailer, giving us our best look yet at the next set of challenges the weary detective has to face. Check it out below. Read More »
R.I.P., Bosch. The series, which stars Titus Welliver as Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch (yes, that’s his name), was just renewed for a seventh and final season, which will make it Amazon’s longest-running show to date. Season six has yet to premiere, but it’s time for you Bosch-heads to start getting ready to say your goodbyes. Based on the books by Michael Connelly, Bosch launched on Amazon in 2014.
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Bosch is back, baby – and this time, your Dad’s favorite Los Angeles detective is hitting the streets and going undercover to bust up an opioid ring. Plus, will Harry Bosch’s past come back to haunt him? As one of his old cases is re-examined, questions arise about how he achieved a conviction twenty years earlier. Check out Amazon’s new Bosch season 5 trailer below and find out when the new episodes arrive on the streaming service. Read More »
Amazon has heard you say “Alexa, play another episode of Bosch!” so many times they’ve decided go order Bosch season 6. This officially makes Bosch the longest-running Prime Original series, ensuring Bosch‘s place in the TV hall of fame. Season 5 is still in production, but after that, you can rest assured that once again, Detective Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) will tackle crime while also being haunted by the murder of his mother. More on Bosch season 6 below. Bosch!
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When it comes to Amazon’s original television series, Transparent, Mozart In The Jungle and Man in the High Castle seem to get all the love. And they’re good shows! However, there’s one Amazon show that I enjoy that no one appears to be talking about: the cop drama Bosch.
Amazon has just released the trailer for Bosch season 3, which will focus on the investigation of a serial murderer who might be someone inside the Los Angeles police force. You can watch the trailer for yourself after the jump.
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A couple of weeks back, I called Starz’s Black Sails the best television series you’re probably not watching. If there is a close second in this contest, it’s probably Amazon’s original drama series Bosch. Sure,other people must be watching these shows or they wouldn’t be renewed for multiple seasons, but I see very little buzz about on social media, and none of the friends seem to be invested in these series. Well, the good news is that Amazon has renewed Bosh for a fourth season, ahead of its Season 3 debut in April, so now you have a chance to jump into your Prime Video app and binge the first two seasons. Hit the jump to learn more about Bosch season 4.
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One of Amazon’s new pilots early this year was Bosch, featuring Titus Welliver (Lost) as Harry Bosch, the hero of seventeen novels by Michael Connelly. Bosch is a veteran detective working homicide for the LAPD, which naturally means he’s exposed to some seriously nasty business. Connelly’s novels follow him through years of Bosch’s evolution, with the books roughly keeping pace with the years in which they were published, spanning over 20 years.
The Amazon pilot led to a series pickup, and now we have the first Bosch teaser that represents the forthcoming show. Check it out below. Read More »
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Earlier this year Amazon posted a new round of ten pilots, offering viewers the chance to check them all out before voting on ones they liked best. Five of the pilots were aimed at kids, with the other five geared towards adults. Now four of the five “adult” shows have been ordered to series. Two are particularly notable: the new Chris Carter show The After, and Transparent, in which Jeffrey Tambor plays a father who reveals a truth about his own life, and in so doing really changes the family dynamic.
Also getting orders are Bosch, and Mozart in the Jungle. Details on each is below. Read More »