Bosch (2014– )
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Bosch clashes with his fellow detectives. Irving weighs his career options just as his personal life takes a turn. The killers behind the Meadows murder clean up loose ends. Questions swirl about whether Bosch is an avenging angel.

Director:

Sarah Pia Anderson

Writers:

Michael Connelly (based on the novels by), Eric Ellis Overmyer (developed for television by) (as Eric Overmyer) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Titus Welliver ... Harry Bosch
Jamie Hector ... Jerry Edgar
Amy Aquino ... Lt. Grace Billets
Madison Lintz ... Maddie Bosch
Lance Reddick ... Irvin Irving
Paul Calderon ... Jimmy Robertson
Paola Turbay ... DDA Anita Benitez (voice)
Arnold Vosloo ... Rudy Tafero
Troy Evans ... Detective Johnson
Gregory Scott Cummins ... Detective Moore (Crate)
Jeffrey Pierce ... Trevor Dobbs
Christopher Backus ... Woody Woodrow
Max Arciniega ... Xavi
DaJuan Johnson ... Rondell Pierce
Linda Park ... Jun Park
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Storyline

Bosch clashes with his fellow detectives. Irving weighs his career options just as his personal life takes a turn. The killers behind the Meadows murder clean up loose ends. Questions swirl about whether Bosch is an avenging angel.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Release Date:

21 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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Fabrik Entertainment See more »
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Goofs

At the beginning of this episode, Terry Drak is walking over to Jimmy Robertson who is standing next to their car, with a brown paper bag in one hand containing their lunch and a green canned drink. Terry gives Jimmy his lunch and then put the rest of the contents from the brown paper bag along with the green can of drink on top of the car's bonnet. As they both having their conversation with each other; in a different camera shot Terry opens up his canned drink, when the can drink comes into the camera's view again, you can see that it has been swapped with a can of Coca-Cola's Sprite drink. See more »

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Blue Sunset
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Written by William Turner Criss
Performed by Sonny Criss, Hampton Hawes, Monty Budwig and Shelly Manne
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So Many Irons in the Fire
18 May 2017 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Harry wades deeper into the murder of the special forces guy with all its implications. His young informant who spends his nights hooking up so his friends can go after the Johns, is obviously in constant danger, even without the events of this case. Harry has every right to be paranoid and worried because while he knows there are forces in and out of the force, he stumbles along the way. He continues to hone in on the case from the previous season and a past event that has made him a target. I worry about the daughter, who goes about her business. Obviously, that big LA house is very conspicuous.


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