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“There is a random feel to this city,” says Bosch in the new trailer for the show’s second season.
It’s the kind of cliched thing you expect to hear a detective say in their detective voiceover – and Amazon’s original series has got that noir tone down cold. Pay grades, family, threats, people being taken off cases, stylish jazz; it’s all there in the brief promo for the new season, which arrives this year after the Bosch’s popular first run.
Season 2 will be drawn from Michael Connelly’s bestselling novels Trunk Music and The Drop. It will see the LAPD detective investigate the murder of a Hollywood producer, who laundered money for the mob. He will also pursue serial killer Chilton Hardy and the investigations will take Bosch from the Hollywood Hills down through the gritty back streets of L.A. and Las Vegas, threatening those closest to him – his teenage daughter and ex-wife.
Titus Welliver reprises his lead role as the titular detective, alongside Jamie Hector as his partner Jerry Edgar, Amy Aquino as Lt. Grace Billets, Lance Reddick as Deputy Chief Irvin Irving, and Sarah Clarke as Eleanor Wish.
The series was developed for television by Eric Overmyer (Treme, The Wire, Homicide: Life on the Streets) and is Executive Produced by Overmyer, Connelly, Henrik Bastin (The Killing, Odyssey, The Comedians) and Pieter Jan Brugge (Heat, The Insider, The Clearing).
Update: All episodes of Bosch Season 2 will be released on 11th March.
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