books, TV

Bosch – season 7

The seventh and final season was released on June 25, 2021.

I’d say it was the best of all.

In this one Harry refuses to let the death of a ten-year-old girl be traded away in a plea deal.

Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.

An as-yet-untitled spinoff series for Amazon’s IMDb TV was announced on March 3, 2021, featuring Welliver along with much of the Bosch creative team.

Madison Lintz will return as Harry’s daughter, Maddie, and Bosch recurring character defense attorney Honey “Money” Chandler, played by Mimi Rogers, will also be a main character.

In the new series, Bosch, now retired from the LAPD, will work as an investigator for Chandler. 

1 thought on “Bosch – season 7”

  1. Rick, I am a big fan of Bosch as well. Don’t know if you use Twitter much but all the main actors – Welliver, Aquino, Reddick … even Crate & Barrell … use it frequently. I love the show and am also, naturally, a big fan of Connelly’s books. I must admit that I have been a bit disappointed in the first few episodes of Season 7. It is still an excellent show, and I love to watch it. But I recently reread “The Burning Room” and am disappointed that the show doesn’t take a bit more of its plot from that excellent book. If you’re interested, here is a link to my latest post, which also includes within it links to other posts I have made about Bosch. https://pearlsnmblog.wordpress.com/2021/07/11/tv-review-bosch-season-7-based-upon-michael-connellys-book-the-burning-room-uhh-i-dont-think-so/

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