When streaming sites like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video started producing their own original content, most shows tended to shy away from the typical tropes that have come to define television, such as focusing on law enforcement. “Bosch”, on the other hand, took a different approach and provided audiences with a fairly typical crime drama for seven critically acclaimed seasons. In its seven year existence, “Bosch” produced a total of 68 episodes and was one of Amazon Prime Video’s most successful original productions (via IMDb).
Adapted from a series of novels by bestselling author Michael Connelly, “Bosch” centered on Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch (Titus Welliver), a veteran detective in the Hollywood Homicide Division of the Los Angeles Police Department. . Bosch, a man with little patience for nonsense, is forced to balance his professional life with raising his daughter and investigating his mother’s death decades ago. The series also starred Jamie Hector as Bosch’s partner, Jerry Edgar, Amy Aquino as Bosch’s lieutenant, Grace Tickets, Lance Reddick as Police Chief Irvin Irving, and Madison Lintz as daughter of Bosch, Maddie.
An untitled spin-off of the series, also focused on Harry Bosch, is currently in production and is expected to air on Amazon’s ad-supported streaming service IMDb TV. Before this series kicks off, however, new viewers might want to tune in for the first time, and veterans of the series might also be interested in getting to know where it all ended. Here’s how to get started.
Bosch is available on Amazon Prime Video
Not surprisingly, Amazon maintains tight control over one of their most lucrative original properties. All seven seasons of “Bosch” are available to stream exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. Access to Amazon Prime Video’s vast library of original TV and film properties comes with any Amazon Prime membership. Amazon Prime subscriptions cost $ 12.99 per month or $ 119 per year. If you’d rather stick with their streaming video service, you can also opt to subscribe to their cheapest tier for just $ 8.99 per month (via Amazon). If you’re not an Amazon Prime subscriber, the pilot is currently available to stream at no cost.
Of course, if your taste for Bosch is still not sated after bingeing the seven seasons of the drama, Amazon also has Michael Connelly’s 20 books from the Bosch series available for purchase in physical, e-book, and book format. audio. The latest entry in the “Bosch” book series will be titled “The Darkest Hours” and is scheduled for release on November 9, 2021. It is available for pre-order on Amazon now.