Bosch returns this April for a fourth season – and a new trailer gives us our first look of what’s in store for the hard-boiled detective.
Amazon’s longest-running one-hour Prime Original, the series is based on Michael Connelly’s best-selling detective novels. It stars Titus Welliver (Lost) as homicide Detective Harry Bosch, Jamie Hector (The Wire) as Jerry Edgar, Amy Aquino (Being Human) as Lt. Grace Billets, Madison Lintz (The Walking Dead) as Maddie Bosch and Lance Reddick (The Wire) as Deputy Chief Irvin Irving.
The explosive new season, which is based on the novel Angels Flight, sees Bosch assigned a new case that has the city of Los Angeles on a verge of a riot. Leading a task force to solve the murder of an attorney on the eve of his civil rights trial against the LAPD, Bosch must pursue every lead, even if it turns the spotlight back on his own department. One murder intertwines with another, and Bosch must reconcile his past to find a justice that has long eluded him.
“I could not be prouder of the series we are making. Bosch is entertaining and relevant to our world today,” comments Connelly. “On top of that we have a fantastic writing staff and the cast and crew are the best. We feel we are just hitting our stride. Series four is based on Angels Flight and I don’t think we could have chosen a more timely story to tell.”
Daniel Pyne (The Street, The Manchurian Candidate) is showrunner for the fourth run, after joining the show as an EP on Season 3. Season 4 premieres exclusively on Amazon Prime Video on Friday 13th April.
Here’s a trailer:
Tamberla Perry joins Amazon’s Bosch
10th August 2017
Amazon’s Bosch is coming back for a fourth season – and it’s got a new face to go with its new run.
Based on Michael Connelly’s novels, Titus Welliver plays the eponymous detective, a jazz-loving, no-effs-given cop who has helped turn the show into one of Amazon Studios’ most popular original programmes.
Season 3 of the show was hailed by us as “the best Bosch has ever been”, thanks to the show’s commitment to developing its side characters too.
“Three seasons in and the LAPD is now full of character that aren’t just there to further the development of the show’s lead, be it the Watch Commander, who hides the good coffee, Detectives Crate and Barrel, who study hours of CCTV footage for days with no sign of recognition, or Lieutenant Grace Billets (Amy Aquino), who loves her department and will defend every one of her staff,” we wrote in our review.
Now, the LAPD is getting bigger, with the arrival of Perry as Gabriella Lincoln, a career Internal Affairs detective. Perry was most recently a series regular on Fox’s APB and has also recurred on Starz’s Boss.
She is not the only new face on the block: Season 4 of Amazon’s drama will also see Daniel Pyne take over showrunner duties from Eric Overmyer, who has since switched to The Man in the High Castle.
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