Sunday, February 15, 2015


The Bosch Series Is Streaming Now On Amazon Prime in the USA, the UK And Germany Bosch 

All ten episodes of Bosch are streaming now on Amazon Prime Instant Video. Season 1 combines elements of The Concrete Blonde, City of Bones, and Echo Park. Michael Connelly is a producer and writer on Bosch. The show stars Titus Welliver as Harry Bosch, Jamie Hector as Jerry Edgar, Amy Aquino as Lt. Grace Billets, Lance Reddick as Irvin Irving, Annie Wersching as Julia Brasher, Jason Gedrick as Raynard Waits. Scott Wilson as Dr. Guyot, and Mimi Rogers as Honey Chandler.

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You can learn more about Amazon’s Prime Instant Video service here and sign up for a Amazon Prime Free Trial here. The show will begin streaming in Canada via CraveTV on February 14, and will begin airing weekly this month in Sweden, Finland, Denmark and Norway on HBO Nordic. 


Kiwicraig said...

Binge-watched this over the weekend. It's terrific. I was a little hesitant about seeing Harry Bosch come to the screen (so many adaptations disappoint), but this is really wonderful. Languid, gorgeous, with all the political and personal conflict, layers, texture, and subtext you could want. Terrific acting performances, from top (Titus Welliver) to bottom. A different style to many crime dramas, which could throw some people, but to me, it's magnificent.

Rick Ollerman said...

I binged it, too, in a fit of insomnia. No problem with the cast, and the show is a complex, absorbing set of interwoven stories. Some of the dialog, especially early on, is in the lead balloon category of spelling things out for us dumb viewers, and I don't think it needs that. The only other thing that sort of rankles is that of the three major subplots, the resolutions are sort of pat and easy. The style and the acting drive the show, however, and I hope they only get better with the presumed additional seasons. (And if 13 episodes per "season" is too short, 10 is fairly miniscule. I wanted more....)