‘Bosch’ is a police procedural series that airs on Amazon Video and premiered for the first time on February 6, 2014. The show stars Titus Welliver as Los Angeles Police detective Harry Bosch, an astute detective with a fundamental respect for rules and policy. It is based upon a series of novels by Michael Connelly focusing on an LAPD homicide detective, Harry Bosch. It is a very intense and engaging show which is made more entertaining by the amazing performance of each cast member.
The show, developed by Eric Overmyer, has garnered a solid fan following and has remained one of the most popular shows on Amazon ever since it began streaming. Many critics have also praised the way that the show has managed to capture the noirish elements of Los Angeles, while proving to be a gripping tale, albeit a bit clunky in certain parts.
Bosch Cast: Who is in it?
The cast of the show is led by Titus Welliver who plays Los Angeles Police Department Detective III Hieronymus ‘Harry’ Bosch, a former Army Special Forces operative and a veteran of the first Gulf War and Afghanistan who works as a homicide detective in the Hollywood Division. Quinn Welliver appears as adolescent Harry in flashbacks. Jamie Hector stars as Detective II Jerry Edgar, Harry’s partner. Amy Aquino plays Lieutenant II Grace Billets, Harry’s immediate superior and his friend. Lance Reddick stars as Chief of Police Irvin Irving, the LAPD’s police chief.
Other cast members include Madison Lintz as Maddie Bosch, Harry’s teenaged daughter; Sarah Clarke as Eleanor Wish, Harry’s ex-wife and Jeri Ryan as Veronica Allen, a manipulative former porn star.
Bosch Plot: What is it about?
‘Bosch’ revolves around Titus Welliver, a LAPD Detective, as he solves crimes and puts felons behind bars, serving the city of Los Angeles as best as he can. The characters are well fleshed out, and Bosch himself is a pretty interesting character whose mother’s unsolved murder is a motivating factor behind him being a cop. However, it is not as much the content of the show itself that sets it apart, as it is the tone and the handling of it.