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Bosch is an American police procedural television series produced by Amazon Studios. It stars Titus Welliver as Los Angeles Police detective Harry Bosch.

The first season of the show, developed for Amazon by Eric Overmyer,[1] takes its inspiration from three of Michael Connelly's novels: City of Bones, Echo Park, and The Concrete Blonde. It was released in complete on February 13, 2015.

On March 18, 2015, Bosch was renewed for a second season,[2] which takes inspiration from Connelly's novels Trunk Music, The Drop, and The Last Coyote.[3] The second season premiered on March 11, 2016.

The next season adapting The Black Echo and A Darkness More Than Night premiered on April 21, 2017. The fourth season, based on Angels Flight was released on April 13, 2018.

The fifth season was released on April 19, 2019.

Series overviewEdit

SeasonEpisodesOriginally released
First releasedLast released
110February 6, 2014 (2014-02-06)February 13, 2015 (2015-02-13)
210March 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)
310April 21, 2017 (2017-04-21)
410April 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
510April 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)

EpisodesEdit

Season 1 (2015)Edit

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11"Chapter One: 'Tis the Season"Jim McKayMichael Connelly & Eric OvermyerFebruary 6, 2014 (2014-02-06)[1]
Detective Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) and his partner Detective Jerry Edgar (Jamie Hector) pursue a suspect. When Bosch corners the suspect, the suspect reached in his pocket and Bosch shot him dead. According to him, the suspect reached for a gun. Although cleared by the department, the family of the suspect sues Bosch in a wrongful death suit. Wanting to keep busy during the trial, Bosch gives two fellow detectives Lakers tickets to take the weekend shift. He takes a case when a doctor's (Scott Wilson) dog finds a child's bone. The finding of the bone leads to more bones and it was determined that it was a horribly-abused boy who died in 1989. During the investigation, Bosch meets rookie police officer Julia Brasher (Annie Wersching) and forms a connection with her. While in the morgue investigating the bones, the coroner details the abuse of the child and Bosch gets flashbacks of when he was abused as a child.
22"Chapter Two: Lost Light"Kevin DowlingTom Smuts & Eric OvermyerFebruary 13, 2015 (2015-02-13)
A patrol unit pulls over a van after finding the plates belong to another vehicle and officers discover a man's naked body in the back. Meanwhile, Detectives Bosch and Edgar continue the investigation of the dead child by re-interviewing neighborhood man Nicholas Trent (Rob Brownstein) who neglected to mention a previous conviction for pedophilia. Some children's items are found in a bin in Trent's home, which he explains away as part of his job as a set designer for movies. After attaining Trent's consent to take a polygraph, the detectives leave but are accosted by a reporter who has been following Bosch. The reporter uses the threat of printing speculation to wrest a comment from Bosch. Bosch supplies, and records, a comment that a routine canvass of the neighborhood has been conducted, during which everyone interviewed has been cooperative, and no suspect has yet been identified. At his civil trial, Bosch is ambushed by accusations that he murdered his suspect because his own mother was a prostitute. Brasher spends the night with Bosch and over breakfast the next morning shows Bosch an online news article identifying Trent as a pedophile and naming him as a suspect in the child murder. Back at the county jail, the driver of the van, identified as Raynard Waits (Jason Gedrick), seeks a deal to avoid the death penalty by pleading guilty and revealing the locations of all the victims, including the child in Bosch's case. Lieutenant Billets (Amy Aquino) tells Deputy Chief Irving (Lance Reddick) that Bosch believes his confidential personnel file was leaked to the attorney in the case against him by a Captain with a grudge against Bosch. Bosch receives a call from Trent's attorney, who thinks Trent is in police custody. After assuring the attorney that Trent is not in custody, Bosch and Edgar return to Trent's home and find that Trent has committed suicide by hanging.
33"Chapter Three: Blue Religion"Kevin DowlingDiane Frolov & Andrew SchneiderFebruary 13, 2015 (2015-02-13)
After viewing the scene Bosch and the journalist following him exchange words outside of Trent's house, with both accusing the other of being the reason for Trent's death. Bosch later goes to Brasher's apartment and attempts to warn her that her own maverick ways will get her fired, which leads to an argument where Bosch is told to leave. Deputy Chief Irving tries to get Bosch and Edgar to declare Trent murdered the boy in the hill but Bosch remains unconvinced, which further angers Captain Pounds. A tip from Sheila Delacroix, a woman with a missing brother, finally leads Bosch and Edgar to conclude the body is Arthur Delacroix, a runaway from a troubled home. District Attorney and political climber Rick O'Shea (Steven Culp) informs Bosch that Waits has confessed to Delacroix's murder and orders Bosch to confirm the story. Over drinks with DC Irving, Bosch is informed this may be a purely political maneuver by the DA in a run for mayor. Bosch apologizes to Brasher and they sleep together again. At the county jail, Waits reveals specific details of contents from Delacroix's backpack that only the police knew. Bosch, still unconvinced of Waits' guilt, is forced to wonder how Waits could have known.
44"Chapter Four: Fugazi"Ernest DickersonGeorge Pelecanos & Michael ConnellyFebruary 13, 2015 (2015-02-13)
Sergeant "Mank" Mankiewicz (Scott Klace) tells Bosch that the officer who pulled over Waits, George Irving (who is also Deputy Chief Irving's son), may have done so illegally and George's partner Pierce wants to file a formal complaint. Bosch quietly talks to Pierce and convinces him that Waits is too much of a bad man to let him walk and promises to make sure Pierce gets a more by-the-book partner. Bosch and Edgar visit Delacroix's estranged mother (Mary Page Keller) and get definite confirmation the body is Arthur Delacroix. Bosch's trial is concluded and the jury finds for the plaintiff; however, the jury only fines Bosch one dollar. While the LAPD and his lawyer are pleased, Bosch is angered by the jury's decision. DC Irving orders Bosch to oversee a field trip where Waits will show the police and the DA where he killed his victims. O'Shea brings a camera crew to show off his leadership abilities. During the trip Waits taunts Bosch in the car and later purposely falls breaking his nose causing O'Shea to demand Waits be un-cuffed over Bosch's strenuous objections. Waits uses the opportunity to escape by stealing Detective Moore's gun and shooting Moore and a Deputy DA who O'Shea used as a shield. O'Shea confiscates the video by the cameraman and provides DC Irving with a copy. Bosch swears to an injured Moore that he'll get Waits.
55"Chapter Five: Mama's Boy"Ernest DickersonWilliam N. FordesFebruary 13, 2015 (2015-02-13)
DC Irving informs Bosch that DA O'Shea is publicly blaming Bosch for Waits' escape and Captain Pounds will be leading the task force to catch him. Waits enters the house of an elderly woman (who turns out to be his mother) who calls him David. Waits asks his mother, who is unaware of his crimes, if he can spend Christmas with her and she happily agrees. Bosch and Edgar interview Delacroix's father Sam (Pat Skipper), during which a drunken Sam breaks down and declares that he killed his own son, but seems stunned by the abuse allegations. In a later interview Bosch becomes unconvinced of Sam's guilt. Bosch searches Sam's house and finds evidence Sam molested his daughter Sheila. At the end of the episode Waits picks up another male prostitute and murders him.
66"Chapter Six: Donkey's Years"Roxann DawsonJennifer Ames & Steve TurnerFebruary 13, 2015 (2015-02-13)
Waits calls Bosch to ask about his options and tells Bosch they are similar. Bosch informs Waits he can rot in a cell, kill himself, or let the police kill him. Bosch tells Sam Delacroix it was impossible for him to kill Arthur because as a drunk he was physically unable to bury the body where it was found. Bosch reveals he knows Sam raped Sheila and Sheila must have taken out her pain on Arthur. Since Bosch can't arrest Sam he uses this to demand Sam to identify any of Arthur's old friends so he can get new leads. Brasher helps Bosch find a present for his teenage daughter until he receives another call from Waits. Waits taunts Bosch leading Bosch to another murder scene at a hardware store. Bosch heads to Las Vegas to visit his ex-wife Eleanor Wish (Sarah Clarke) and his daughter Maddie (Madison Lintz) for Christmas, but also wants Eleanor's skills as a former FBI profiler to get her opinion on Waits. While initially unwilling to help, Eleanor reviews the Waits case and concludes the name Raynard Waits comes from a French fairy tale and the items stolen from the hardware store were for a lair. Irving informs DA O'Shea he has the tape of the Waits field trip and makes a tentative alliance to assure O'Shea becomes mayor and Irving becomes Chief. While in Las Vegas, Bosch is informed of a potential lead in the Delacroix case involving Johnny Stokes (Shawn Hatosy), and Bosch immediately returns to Los Angeles. While pursuing Stokes, Officer Brasher is shot in the ribs (although protected by her bullet-resistant vest) and she claims Stokes did it in a struggle. Bosch is certain he saw Brasher accidentally shoot herself, which if true would be the final mark on her record to fire her.
77"Chapter Seven: Lost Boys"Alex ZakrzewskiJoe Gonzalez & Eric OvermyerFebruary 13, 2015 (2015-02-13)
Bosch interviews Stokes about Delacroix, but only comes away more convinced that Stokes didn't shoot Brasher. Visiting Lieutenant Billets at her home for advice on Brasher's shooting leaves Bosch convinced he has to tell the truth no matter the consequences. Bosch revisits Brasher to tell her he knows the truth about the shooting, and Brasher calls Bosch a hypocrite. Bosch has Stokes released to spare the LAPD potential embarrassment. Waits attempts to pick up a man on the highway only to fail to kill him, which leads DC Irving to assign Bosch to find Waits independent of Captain Pounds' task force. Bosch searches Waits' last known address and finds evidence of Waits' obsession with old Parisian catacombs and skulls, which leads Eleanor to speculate that Waits may be building an underground monument of his own. After Edgar reviews footage of a conversation with Waits, Bosch realizes he and Waits were both in the same orphanage giving Bosch his first lead on Waits' real identity. Waits murders his sick mother, telling her that he loves her.
88"Chapter Eight: High Low"Matt Earl BeesleyWilliam N. Fordes & Tom SmutsFebruary 13, 2015 (2015-02-13)
Waits calls Bosch about his mother but is angered when Bosch implies his mother is just another one of his victims. Captain Pounds informs Brasher her statement about Stokes is a lie and implies he'll back her if she reports Bosch for sexual harassment. DC Irving approaches a powerful voice in the African-American community, Reverend Ott (Peter Macon), about backing Rick O'Shea for mayor in return for Irving becoming Chief and Ott given a seat on the police commission. A county coroner admits to Bosch that Waits called him from jail and tricked him into giving up information about what was in Delacroix's backpack, which eventually led to Waits' escape. Brasher is reassigned to Bosch's precinct to both of their disappointment. A new lead in the Delacroix case suggests Trent really did kill the boy but on further review convinces Bosch that Stokes actually killed Delacroix for his skateboard. A murder of a prostitute is very similar to his own mother's murder, which draws Bosch back into the Waits case. Waits calls Bosch to continue to taunt him.
99"Chapter Nine: The Magic Castle"Alex ZakrzewskiDiane Frolov & Andrew SchneiderFebruary 13, 2015 (2015-02-13)
Edgar informs an angry rank and file that Stokes is wanted for Delacroix's murder, which forces both Mank and Edgar to defend Bosch. Bosch and Billets meet for a drink where Billets admits she also is in a compromising relationship with someone under her command. Waits calls Bosch again to tell him it's all coming to an end. Bosch replies that he knows all of the secrets Waits tried to taunt him with. Waits kidnaps a young mother, leaving a note in her child's stroller in order to taunt Bosch. Bosch calls Eleanor for help, and she tells Bosch the mother is bait for him. Using the files from the orphanage Bosch and Edgar track down Waits to a shed. While Edgar calls for backup, Bosch finds a secret tunnel where Waits has his hostage. After a heated exchange of words Waits throws his hostage aside and aims a gun at Bosch, which forces Bosch to kill him. In the aftermath, Captain Pounds orders his subordinates to tell the media Pounds' task force found Waits. Bosch calls Eleanor to tell her what happened and to ask about Maddie. DC Irving informs Bosch that Waits' gun was unloaded to which Bosch simply replies, “Suicide by cop.”
1010"Chapter Ten: Us and Them"Thomas CarterMichael Connelly & T.L. LankfordFebruary 13, 2015 (2015-02-13)
Bosch sees the department therapist about the Waits shooting and is unwilling to say anything personal since information about his mother from a previous therapy session was revealed in court. Arthur Delacroix's remains are buried leading Sheila to express her anger that Bosch knows what happened to her. DA O'Shea opens a grand jury hearing against the LAPD to ensure Irving's blackmail video of the Waits escape is neutralized. Eleanor calls Bosch to tell him Maddie has run away to LA. Bosch finds Maddie at the bus station and chastises her but is also happy for a chance to spend time with her. Edgar continues to look into Stokes and finds him working as muscle for a slumlord. Leaving Maddie with a colleague, Bosch joins Edgar to chase Stokes. After being caught, Stokes claims Delacroix's death was an accident despite the coroner's report. Bosch returns to Maddie and when she asks, he explains his past to her and she begins to understand him. Stokes is released since he was a juvenile when he killed Delacroix. Captain Pounds approaches Bosch to shame him for not jailing Stokes, but Bosch warns Pounds to leave him alone. Pounds grabs Bosch's arm and Bosch shoves Pounds through a window in front of Mank. Pounds screams that Bosch will regret that incident but Bosch walks away, happy enough that he'll now spend time with his daughter. Bosch turns in his gun and badge to Billets and goes home, only to be called later by Edgar. Sam Delacroix has murdered Stokes. Bosch approaches Sam and asks him if he felt absolved for all he had done but Billets stops Bosch from possible issues in the future.

Season 2 (2016)Edit

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111"Trunk Music"Alex ZakrzewskiEric OvermyerMarch 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)
Bosch has been suspended for six months following his incident with Captain Pounds. During that time Bosch was able to grow closer to his daughter Maddie but is largely unchanged. O'Shea, Irving, and Reverend Ott continue to plan O'Shea's run for mayor and O'Shea's grand jury continues to work under the assumption that Bosch is to blame for the Raynard Waits fiasco. Billets assigns Bosch to a case of a dead body in a car trunk. The body is identified as Anthony Allen (Ludwig Manukian), a pornographer recently returned from Las Vegas. Chief Irving lies to his wife Connie (Erika Alexander) about their son, George Irving (Robbie Jones), telling her George is working a desk job when he is actually working undercover for Internal Affairs investigating Narcotics Detective Eddie Arceneaux (James Ransone). Bosch and Edgar go to inform Veronica Allen (Jeri Ryan) and find Carl Nash (Brent Sexton), a former LAPD detective who resigned after an IA investigation, is running security at the Allen's housing development. Veronica informs Bosch and Edgar Tony had a string of girlfriends but had no clue why Tony was dead. Billets' search of Tony's car reveals a secret compartment with over two hundred thousand dollars in cash. Bosch and Edgar search Tony's office and find a hidden camera. Watching the footage shows two men debugging Tony's office shortly after his death
122"The Thing About Secrets"Alex ZakrzewskiEric Overmyer & Tom BernardoMarch 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)
Bosch and Edgar track the men debugging Tony's office to an FBI field office. Attempts to get information about Allen's death blocked by Special Agent Griffin (John Marshall Jones) who only tells them Allen was a minor player in a National Security case. George continues working with Arceneaux who is careful to not show any of his shakedowns on camera. Bosch receives a call from a reporter who tells him a woman has contacted her about the murder of Bosch's mother. Bosch dismisses the claims as someone just wanting attention. Edgar finds paperwork showing Allen changed his name and was previously a member of Armenian street gang which has evolved into a criminal empire. Bosch and Billets meet for a drink where Billets reveals her own relationship has ended. Mayor Ramos (Yancey Arias) meets with Irving to warn him that the Mayor's office knows what Irving, O'Shea, and Ott are planning and asks Irving to support Ramos instead. Irving tells Ramos that he'll pray on it. Edgar deduces Allen was a money launderer for his former Armenian gang. Bosch approaches Veronica who says she suspected the money laundering but since she didn't speak Armenian she didn't know anything else. Bosch asks Edgar to find anyone who can tell them anything about Veronica's character.
133"Victim of the Night"Pieter Jan BruggeDiane Frolov & Andrew SchneiderMarch 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)
Bosch heads to Las Vegas to track Allen's movements the days before he died. Chief Irving advises his son that having fear about his assignment would not be a bad thing. In a later meeting with his handler, George states doubts that Arceneaux is part of a larger group but his handler disagrees. Edgar finds people who knew Veronica and they all say she's manipulative. Bosch is partnered in Las Vegas with Detective Iverson who tells him Allen could have been working for Joey Marks (Tom Mardirosian), an Armenian gangster that the LVPD wants to take down. Bosch takes time to see Maddie who informs him that Eleanor's current husband may have left her and Eleanor is starting to become unhinged. At nigh Bosch goes to Allen's favorite strip club in an attempt to locate Layla, Allen's current girlfriend, but draws the attention of the club's manager Luke Rykov (Matthew Lillard). Rykov denies he works for Marks, knows Layla, or knows anything about Allen's death but after he has Bosch thrown out he calls someone and speaks in Armenian. Bosch visit's Eleanor's house and also starts becoming concerned for his ex-wife's well being. He becomes even more concerned when a casino security video shows Eleanor playing poker with Allen days before his death. The next day O'Shea announces his candidacy for mayor with Ott and Irving's endorsement. Angered by the announcement, Ramos and his campaign manager plan to send a message. Bosch confronts Eleanor about the security video leading to a heated argument and Eleanor ordering him out of her house.
144"Who's Lucky Now?"Christine MooreTom SmutsMarch 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)
Detective Iverson calls Bosch to tell him Rykov's prints were on Allen's body and they have a search warrant. Bosch finds a gun in Rykov's bathroom. After seeing Rykov's surprised expression Bosch begins to have doubts about Rykov's involvement. Arceneaux introduces George to Maureen O'Grady (Leisha Hailey), a Vice Detective who also shakes down drug dealers. O'Grady encourages George to get closer to his father to leak information to her. The LVPD reveals Eleanor has minor ties to Marks and uses this to force Bosch to agree to a joint investigation. Eleanor admits that she borrowed money from a loan shark to pay off gambling debts once but long ago paid off her debt. Edgar meets with a detective in the gang unit who tells him Marks and Allen are actually cousins and Marks has dealings with several terrorist organizations. Bosch and Iverson attempt to interrogate Rykov who angrily accuses them of planting the gun. The next day Marks and his lawyer, Martin Weiss (Christopher Cousins), approach Bosch with proof Rykov was in Las Vegas when Allen was murdered and to offer a bribe to exchange the gun found in Rykov's house. Bosch refuses and Marks threatens him. Bosch goes to Eleanor to attempt to mend fences but end up in another fight. Irving informs Billets that the Mayor is using the current Chief Tensor to harass O'Shea donors and asks Billets to be a supporter of Irving being Chief. Bosch returns to Los Angeles to find Agent Griffin giving Billets proof that Rykov was in Los Angeles when Allen was murdered. Bosch and Edgar go to inform Veronica of Rykov's arrest and run into Nash who implies he knew Allen had to be a mobster. Bosch tells Veronica that knows about Marks and Allen's connection. Veronica confesses she knew about her husband's crimes but was afraid of Marks. Bosch and Edgar both agree something strange is going on.
155"Gone"Ernest DickersonWilliam N. FordesMarch 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)
Nash meets with Bosch and identifies Marks as a frequent visitor at Tony's house. Bosch and Edgar head to Las Vegas to extradite Rykov and to search for Layla who has disappeared. George meets his father who encourages him to continue the assignment since it could put George in a command position quickly. Bosch receives a call from Maddie's phone. A man with an Armenian accent informs Bosch he has Eleanor and Maddie and will trade them for Rykov. While Edgar wants to report the kidnapping to the local polic he defers Bosch who was warned to not involve the police. They head to Eleanor's house and find security footage of two large men abducting Eleanor and Maddie. Bosch heads to prison to demand information from Rykov. Rykov identifies the kidnappers and gives Bosch a location. Bosch and Edgar take down the kidnappers and rescue Eleanor and Maddie. Eleanor begs Bosch to not make an official report because she doesn't want Maddie in the middle of a mob trial. Bosch agrees on the condition they stay with him in Los Angeles until the case is over. In court Rykov doesn't challenge the extradition and Bosch tells Weiss he'll cripple Marks if Marks ever goes after his family again. George joins Arceneaux and O'Grady's crew in ripping off a drug stash house. Afterwards he's introduced to their boss, Nash. During an initiation O'Grady finds a bug in George's watch much to Nash's displeasure.
166"Heart Attack"Adam DavidsonDiane Frolov & Andrew SchneiderMarch 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)
Bosch has Maddie join him at his station to ensure her safety. At surprise meeting in the infirmary of the prison Agent Griffin reveals Rykov is actually an undercover FBI agent in the Marks organization and accuses Bosch of setting Rykov up angering Bosch. Griffin orders Bosch and Edgar to preserve Rykov's cover. Bosch reports to Billets stating he now thinks Rykov was set up to make Allen's murder just appear to be a mob hit and suggest Veronica had her husband killed. George enters a convenience store and is murdered by a single shot to the head by a masked gunman. Irving receives the call of his son's shooting and heads to the crime scene. Internal Affairs informs the detectives in charge of George's murder case, Detective Conniff (David Marciano) and Detective Espinosa (Jacqueline Piñol), of George's undercover status but urge them to keep it secret. Arceneaux meets Nash in secret expressing surprise over George's death but Nash orders him to say he's in shock and can't be legally questioned. Griffin approaches Eleanor and tells her she'll no longer be black balled by the FBI if she spies on Bosch. Bosch and Edgar get a lead on Layla and question her priest, Father Tabakian, unaware that Tabakian is hiding Layla and preparing to get her out of the country. Tabakian tells them that Layla and Allen were planning on getting married. Connie blames her husband for George's death. Eleanor tells Bosch about Griffin's proposal which Bosch encourages her to accept but only in writing. Nash meets with Veronica where it's revealed they're having an affair and trying to get to Allen's money.
177"Exit Time"Kevin DowlingTom Smuts & Tom BernardoMarch 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)
Irving, no longer living at his house on his Connie's demand, runs into Arceneaux after George's funeral where Irving implies he knows all about Arceneaux. Bosch gives Eleanor information that Allen may have buried the body of another undercover FBI agent in the Marks organization. Irving calls Bosch to his hotel to inform Bosch of his son's true assignment and that Irving thinks because of the political climate that the Chief of Police, Mayor Ramos, and District Attorney O'Shea may all prefer to bury his son's case by treating it as a random robbery rather than be embarrassed by finding a group of corrupt cops. Irving asks Bosch to help him run a separate investigation because Bosch would do anything to catch a cop killer. Eleanor gives Griffin the information from Bosch. While skeptical of her motives, Griffin agrees to uphold his end of the agreement. Bosch and Irving force Arceneaux to talk to them by telling him the stash house his crew hit was connected to a major cartel. Arceneaux states he didn't know about the assassination but names Nash as his boss. With this puzzle piece Bosch is able to deduce that Veronica hired Nash to have Allen murdered. Irving and Bosch break into Nash's house and Bosch finds evidence to prove this. When he returns home Nash finds evidence of the break in and has O'Grady kill Arceneaux.
188"Follow the Money"Alex ZakrzewskiWilliam N. Fordes & Joe GonzalezMarch 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)
Irving tells Bosch he believes Coniff and Espinosa will rule the Arceneaux case a suicide. Bosch tells Irving about his evidence that proves Allen was a murder for hire orchestrated by Veronica. Rykov thanks Bosch for keeping his cover and admits his real name is Luke Goshen. Coniff, Espinosa, Bosch, and Edgar raid Nash's house only to find all evidence gone. Bosch admits to Edgar he already broke in with Irving and tells him the connection between Nash and George. Irving attempts to return home to find Connie changed the locks and won't talk with him. Bosch and Edgar stakeout Veronica only to find she has already run off to find her husband's stolen money. At the bank where Allen hid the money, being watched by Nash's and Marks' crews, Veronica finds only evidence Layla beat her there. A shootout occurs killing Marks and wounding Nash with Bosch and Edgar arresting Veronica and O'Grady and Nash escaping.
199"Queen of Martyrs"Phil AbrahamEric Overmyer & Tom BernardoMarch 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)
Bosch interrogates Veronica only for her to plead ignorance. Billets and Bosch agree to release Veronica to see if she leads them anywhere. A hunt for a wounded Nash begins. O'Grady confesses to the crimes of her crew. Veronica finds a corrupt accountant who worked for Allen's accountant who tells her Father Tabakian has some of the stolen money. Bosch uses a ruse to plant a tracker on Veronica's car. Mayor Ramos tells Irving Chief Tensor is resigning and Irving is the first choice to replace him. Irving agrees only if his son's murder investigation is treated fairly and Irving will only be the interim Chief. Bosch and Edgar follow Veronica to Father Tabakian's church only to find him dead after Veronica killed him for not giving her the stolen money, though Veronica insists it was self-defense. Connie meets Irving to congratulate his promotion but insists on a divorce. Billets warns Bosch and Edgar that Veronica could beat the charges. Bosch receives a call from an old friend of his mother's, Annette, who tells him she knows who killed his mother.
2010"Everybody Counts"Tim HunterMichael Connelly & Terrill Lee LankfordMarch 11, 2016 (2016-03-11)
Bosch meets with Annette who admits she sent a client, Mitch, to Bosch's mother and he probably murdered her. Bosch refuses to forgive her for her inaction. Bosch talks to Eleanor about their past and they both take blame for their divorce. At the motel where his mother died, Bosch investigates old records and finds the name Fox Mitchell and several other prostitutes were murdered in subsequent years. Irving and O'Shea meet so O'Shea can remind Irving he controls him. Irving states he's already giving his blackmail tape to the Los Angeles Times shocking O'Shea. Bosch meets with retired Detective Caffrey (Tom Bower), the lead detective on his mother's case. Bosch angrily accuses Caffrey of not caring about the case, Caffrey replies Fox Mitchell was a snitch for the narcotics division and the department ordered Mitchell left alone. Edgar finds evidence of Nash's hiding spot and he and Bosch look for him. Nash opens fire but despite Bosch and Edgar's attempts to take him alive, Nash is killed by his own grenade. Bosch finds out Irving was in narcotics when his mother died and demands to know about Mitchell's real identity and location. Irving, once aware Mitchell murdered Bosch's mother, agrees. Bosch finds Mitchell has been dead for years. Visiting Mitchell's grave gives Bosch no peace.

Season 3 (2017)Edit

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211"The Smog Cutter"Adam DavidsonEric OvermyerApril 21, 2017 (2017-04-21)
Sixteen months have passed since Bosch found his mother's murderer. On election night, Ramos is re-elected mayor in a landslide since the video of the O'Shea/Waits incident portrayed O'Shea as a coward. A man in a trailer is murdered and this is witnessed by a street kid nicknamed Sharkey (Bridger Zadina). Bosch tracks a murderer, Ed Gunn, who got away and is also followed by a mysterious man (Jared Ward), which is unknown to Bosch. After leaving a restaurant, a glass Bosch drank from is stolen by the same mysterious man. Maddie is revealed to be now living with Bosch who, to Bosch's chagrin, demands driving lessons. Bosch testifies in the case of Veronica Allen but is portrayed as a corrupt cop by the defense attorney resulting in a mistrial. Ramos again begs Irving to accept the Police Chief job to be permanent but Irving refuses. Bosch preps the trial of Andrew Holland (John Ales) with DDA Anita Benitez (Paola Turbay) where he's taunted by a retired detective, Rudy Tafero (Arnold Vosloo). Bosch and Edgar we assigned the murder of the man found in the trailer who the officers responding dismiss as a homeless on homeless crime. This disturbs Bosch as the man has a military tattoo. Billets is told by her new Captain, Ellen Lewis (Brooke Smith), that Bosch is a liability. O'Shea tells Bosch he won't re-try Veronica Allen and Bosch angrily replies O'Shea is weak which is caught on cameras and posted online harming Bosch's already damaged reputation. Irving is approached by Walker (John Getz), a member of the police commission who also insists the city wants him as Chief. O'Shea demands Irving rein in Bosch. Bosch and Edgar find their body is Billy Meadows and talk with his family who tell them Meadows started using drugs after returning from war. Billets shows up at Bosch's house and tells him that he's become more erratic since solving his mother's murder. A teenager(Jimmy Bennett) pretends to be a gay hooker and is picked up by a john and gets in his car. Two accomplices follow the car on bikes. A black man on bike attacks a woman in Koreatown. After his daughter goes to sleep, Bosch continues to watch Gunn on cameras he illegally set up.
222"The Four Last Things"Adam DavidsonDaniel PyneApril 21, 2017 (2017-04-21)
Bosch goes on a date with Benitez, afterwards he checks his camera on Gunn only to see two men entering Gunn's apartment. The next day at Maddie's school a man claiming to be a father of Maddie's friend asks Bosch to fix a speeding ticket of his. Bosch pretends to agree but later tosses away the ticket as he's disgusted by the request. However, much to Bosch's surprise, Maddie tells him his offer to help has made the popular girls in school like her. Detective Robertson (Paul Calderon), investigating the murder of Ed Gunn, calls Bosch about his interest in Gunn. Bosch tells Edgar that O'Shea didn't prosecute because he was running for DA and didn't want to risk it. Bosch tells the judge in the Holland trial that Holland confessed off camera to which Fowkkes (Spencer Garrett), Holland's attorney, attempts to suppress claiming Bosch's apparent corruption. Bosch and Benitez interview a young lady who claims to have also been Holland's victim, Annebelle Crowe (Analeis Lorig). Robertson informs Edgar that Bosch's prints were found on a glass in Gunn's apartment and Billets orders Edgar to secretly investigate Bosch as a suspect or as a patsy independent of Robertson. Detective Roberston finds evidence to suspect a cop killed Gunn. Billets interviews for a Captain position but is blindsided with evidence of her affair with a subordinate. Bosch and Edgar find leads on the Meadows case. Holland hosts a party and declares himself to be a victim of a conspiracy by Bosch. Edgar searches Gunn's house alone and finds a hidden camera and an owl engraved with a phrase that points him to the Dutch painter and namesake of his partner Hieronymus Bosch.
233"God Sees"Alex ZakrzewskiTom BernardoApril 21, 2017 (2017-04-21)
Bosch discovers that his hidden camera in Gunn's apartment has been removed; meanwhile Edgar takes it to the lab for fingerprinting. Bosch visits Trevor Dobbs (Jeffrey Pierce), a former army buddy of Meadows. Woody Woodrow (Christopher Backus) is seen spying on Bosch's house. Bosch interviews Sharkey (Bridger Zadina), the tagger who was present the night of Meadows' murder. Bosch meet with FBI Agent Luke Goshen (Matthew Lillard) to get more information on Meadows' army unit while Edgar asks Detective Jackson questions about Bosch's interest in Gunn. Edgar tells Billets about the camera. The man on the bike strikes again, killing and robbing a woman who was getting into her car; Chief Irving and detectives on the scene believe it might be the Korea Town Killer. Bosch spots Woody surveilling his house and goes to confront him. When Woody spots it he bolts, and Bosch pursues him and calls for backup. Woody escapes by swapping cars in a parking deck.
244"El Compadre"Sarah Pia AndersonJeffrey FiskinApril 21, 2017 (2017-04-21)
Maddie hits a car mirror during a driving lesson because Bosch is distracted and worried they have a tail. Bosch visits Sharkey's mother, and on his way out, gets a call that Sharkey's prints were on Meadows' RV door. Officers pick him up so Bosch can ask him some more questions. Times journalist Scott Anderson calls Billet asking if they're investigating one of their own for Gunn's murder. Harry finds Edgar's folder on the Gunn case and confronts him for investigating him. Bosch suggests they should get new partners after they solve the Meadows case. Irving meets with the CRT volunteer and finds out her brother was killed by gang violence. He asks her on a date. Bosch and DDA's star witness, Anabelle Crowe, decides against testifying in the Holland trial because she is scared her profession will be revealed in court. Xavi (Max Arciniega), one of Dobb's men, picks up Sharkey on the street and murders him to keep him from talking anymore to Bosch. Bosch is shaken by his death.
255"Blood Under the Bridge"Alex ZakrzewskiElle JohnsonApril 21, 2017 (2017-04-21)
The secret effort to smear Bosch intensifies. Harry and his colleagues struggle to uncover who's trying to frame him. Irving closes a chapter in his personal life, but is ensnared in departmental politics. Bosch digs into the history of former soldiers under suspicion. Killers pull off a major score.
266"Birdland"Ernest DickersonDaniel PyneApril 21, 2017 (2017-04-21)
News explodes that the LAPD is investigating one of its own in a murder case. Bosch hones in on the motive behind a string of homicides. Robertson's doubts about Bosch deepen. Edgar discovers another disturbing link between Harry and a murder victim. Irving assists the investigation of the "Koreatown Killer."
277"Right Play"Christine MooreJeffrey FiskinApril 21, 2017 (2017-04-21)
Bosch and Robertson work a promising lead in the Gunn case. Further evidence gets the team closer to solving the Meadows murder. Irving does damage control on another crisis related to Bosch. Edgar takes action. The Holland case is on the brink.
288"Aye Papi"Ernest DickersonElle JohnsonApril 21, 2017 (2017-04-21)
Bosch operates behind-the-scenes to expose wrongdoers. Killers are in the wind. Edgar deals with the fallout of a crucial choice.
299"Clear Shot"Stephen GyllenhaalEric OvermyerApril 21, 2017 (2017-04-21)
The department rallies when a threat hits close to home. There's a pivotal turn in the Holland case. Bosch is forced to face a dark truth. Irving embraces a lifelong goal. There's no honor among thieves.
3010"The Sea King"Ernest DickersonDaniel Pyne & Michael ConnellyApril 21, 2017 (2017-04-21)
Bosch's relentless pursuit in the Meadows case reaches a climax. Bosch and Edgar talk about a startling discovery. An unexpected visitor drops in on Bosch and Maddie. Harry learns that his history is far from settled.

Season 4 (2018)Edit

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311"Ask the Dust"Aaron LipstadtJohn Mankiewicz & Daniel PyneApril 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
Three months after discovering a startling new lead, Det. Harry Bosch is still pursuing the truth behind his mother's cold case. The murder of a high-profile attorney puts the city on edge so Chief Irvin Irving creates a Task Force with Bosch in charge. Bosch must contend with two former adversaries.
322"Dreams of Bunker Hill"Aaron LipstadtJohn Mankiewicz & Daniel PyneApril 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
Bosch pulls out all the stops to try and get to the bottom of the Elias murder as quickly as possible while keeping the IA investigators on his Task Force in the dark. Eleanor Wish is back in the game with the Feds, and Det. Jerry Edgar preps for his first day back on the job.
333"Devil in the House"Alex ZakrzewskiTom BernardoApril 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
As the Task Force tries to clear the growing number of suspects, they discover a potentially explosive false alibi. Det. Santiago Robertson must put his personal relationships aside for the sake of the case. Edgar struggles rebalancing work and family. Bosch has an unlikely late night visitor.
344"Past Lives"Tim HunterShaz Bennett & Elle JohnsonApril 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
Det. Francis Sheehan comes clean to Bosch, Robertson suspects a leak in the investigation, and Edgar joins the Task Force. Social unrest surrounding the Elias murder grows and Irving is pressured to intervene. Eleanor asks Bosch for parenting advice and confesses the truth about her marriage to Reggie Woo. She is later killed in a ride-by shooting.
355"The Coping"Alex ZakrzewskiJeffrey FiskinApril 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
Bosch struggles manage all the things he's lost and to keep the darkness at bay, from himself, and from Maddie. The Task Force bears down on two suspects. Acting Captain Grace Billets gets tangled in station politics and petty opposition, no longer everyone's best friend.
366"The Wine of Youth"Zetna FuentesJohn MankiewiczApril 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
The search for Sheehan intensifies, as pressure mounts to solve the Elias murder. The Task Force waits for ballistics to confirm their suspicions. Edgar and Bosch pursue an unofficial 'side project' in the San Gabriel Valley. Billets and Dets. Crate and Barrel respond to a suspicious hit and run in Hollywood. The Task Force takes Sheehan into custody.
377"Missed Connections"Daisy von Scherler MayerJeffrey FiskinApril 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
Two off-duty patrol officers cause Billets more trouble than she needs while the protests heat up outside Hollywood Station. With a suspect in custody, the Task Force begins to wrap up the case, but Bosch remains unconvinced. Irving learns he's being played and Honey Chandler makes a surprising discovery.
388"Dark Sky"Ernest DickersonElle JohnsonApril 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
Hollywood Station goes on TAC Alert. Irving plots his next moves. With new evidence, the Elias case takes an unexpected turn. Maddie tries to connect with her past. Bosch harbors doubts about his Task Force and interviews a new suspect.
399"Rojo Profundo"Neema BarnetteMichael ConnellyApril 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
The protest looming, Billets strikes a deal with the activists. Irving is made to realize that old friends have become new enemies. Crate and Barrel solve the case of their careers. As the Task Force scrambles to salvage their investigation, Bosch finds himself in the depths of underground Los Angeles.
4010"Book of the Unclaimed Dead"Ernest DickersonDaniel PyneApril 13, 2018 (2018-04-13)
Bosch and Sgt. Amy Snyder uncover a key piece of evidence that could compromise the entire Elias investigation. Edgar and Robertson are rocked by personal disappointment. Irving exposes his enemies. Bosch stalks the suspected Elias killer on his own, and comes face to face with his past.

Season 5 (2019)Edit

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411"Two Kinds of Truth"Alex ZakrzewskiDaniel PyneApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Detective Harry Bosch learns the DA’s office is examining new evidence which threatens to overturn an old case, potentially jeopardizing all of Bosch’s other convictions. Meanwhile, a robbery turned murder at a local pharmacy exposes an opioid ring that drags Bosch down a dangerous path.
422"Pill Shills"Alex ZakrzewskiEric OvermyerApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Bosch and Edgar uncover more details about the pharmacy murder and the opioid operation, while Detective Robertson works a tandem homicide. As Bosch pushes back against the deathbed confession at the heart of Borders’ petition for release, he enlists the help of a longtime adversary. J. Edgar tries to persuade a former CI to cooperate with an investigation.
433"The Last Scrip"Daisy von Scherler MayerElle JohnsonApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Bosch investigates new evidence that may overturn Borders’ conviction, but he remains convinced they locked up the right man. Lieutenant Billets is forced to deal with Crate and Barrel’s role in the accident at the pharmacy crime scene. Bosch and Edgar track the pill mill van to an unexpected destination, while Edgar gets shocking news about Gary Wise.
444"Raise the Dead"Laura BelseyTom BernardoApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
As Bosch digs into the Skyler case, he becomes more convinced that the Olmer confession is false. Robertson zeroes in on the identity of the pharmacy killers. Seeking a connection to the pill mill, Bosch goes undercover and befriends a fellow vet. Pierce and Vega work a lead on Jose, Jr. Edgar discovers that Gary Wise’s life was more troubled than it appeared.
455"Tunnel Vision"Patrick CadyJeffrey FiskinApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Bosch continues his hunt for the pharmacy killers. Edgar confronts possible suspects in Gary Wise’s murder. Hoping to rattle some cages, Bosch pays a surprise visit to an old nemesis. Chief Irving considers a run for mayor.
466"The Space Between the Stars"Neema BarnetteShaz BennettApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Bonner has a breakthrough in the Borders case. Christina Henry gets closer to uncovering police misconduct. Bosch realizes not everything with the Borders investigation was as it appeared. Edgar and Bosch get more than they bargained for in a return trip to the Garcia Clinic.
477"The Wisdom of the Desert"Aaron LipstadtJeffrey FiskinApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Stranded in the desert without backup, Bosch closes in on his murder suspects and learns more about Clayton. Worried about her dad, Maddie turns to Billets for answers. Billets, in turn, confronts Edgar about Bosch’s rogue mission. Pierce and Vega head to Bakersfield to find Jose Jr. Anderson gets a tip about police misconduct in the Borders case, and Cronyn implicates Bosch.
488"Salvation Mountain"Ernest DickersonTom BernardoApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Edgar interviews Clayton, desperate for details on Bosch’s location in the desert. Meanwhile, Stones and Carter tell Bosch he’s going home, but ominously take him up in the plane by himself. Billets resolves to turn a blind eye to the falsified crime stats. Crate plans Barrel’s surprise retirement party. Irving makes his case to the DA, and Edgar gets closer to finding Bo Jonas.
499"Hold Back the Night"Aaron LipstadtEric OvermyerApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Chandler and Bosch locate Spencer, and try to pressure him to flip. At Borders’ habeas hearing, Chandler gains standing for Bosch and reveals the Cronyns’ conspiracy. Edgar connects Marcos and Arias to a shady Haitian under CIA protection. Irving considers his future. Pierce and Vega catch a gruesome new homicide. Bosch has one remaining loose end to tie up in the Skyler murder.
5010"Creep Signed His Kill"Ernest DickersonDaniel Pyne & Katie PyneApril 19, 2019 (2019-04-19)
Pierce and Vega find more body parts, and tie their murder to an ongoing RHD case. Maddie tells Bosch she sent the memo to Chandler, and doesn’t regret it. Edgar knows who killed Gary Wise, but can’t prove it. At his retirement party, Barrel springs his own surprise. Bosch commits to solving the murder of Daisy Clayton, Irving makes a big announcement, and Walsh returns for one last dance.
Notes
^ 1. A different version of the pilot was available on January 14, 2015, prior to the rest of the first season.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Patten, Dominic. "Amazon Renews 'Bosch' for Second Season". Deadline.com. Penske Business Media, LLC. Retrieved 22 March 2015.
  2. ^ Spangler, Todd (March 18, 2015). "Amazon Renews 'Bosch' Cop Drama for Season 2". Variety. Retrieved March 18, 2015.
  3. ^ Braxton, Greg (March 18, 2015). "'Bosch' series gets second season shortly after Amazon Prime premiere". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 18, 2015.
  4. ^ Most of season 3 episode descriptions are from https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06VX6QZM3/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_ep_dp_B6g3AbY2YH0N6http://a.co/iiMmNiT
  5. ^ BOSCH TV. Retrieved 13 February 2015.

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