Bosch is an American police procedural streaming television series created by Amazon Studios and Fabrik Entertainment that stars Titus Welliver as Los Angeles Police Detective Harry Bosch. But in this article we will talk about Bosch Season 8 and when will you b able to see it.
Season 7 of Bosch is already available on Amazon Prime Video, but will there be a season 8? The iconic program is the streaming platform's longest-running Amazon Original Series, and viewers love it for its mystery, gritty atmosphere, and excellent acting. The Amazon program is coming to an end after seven seasons of following Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch. The seventh season of Bosch will be the show's final episode, but it will not be the conclusion of the character's tale. While Bosch is coming to a close, the good news is that fans haven't seen the last of Harry Bosch, with further tales in the works.
A Brief about Season 7
In Season 7 of Bosch, Harry is greatly impacted by the arson death of 10-year-old Sonia Hernandez. Over the course of the final season, he grows increasingly dissatisfied with the bureaucracy's red tape and restrictions, a recurring subject throughout the Amazon show's seven seasons. This will play a part in establishing Harry Bosch's destiny when a major storyline concludes in the Bosch season 7 finale. This is where IMDb TV's Bosch spin-off program is slated to pick up the plot.
In March 2021, Amazon's ad-supported streaming service IMDb TV ordered a spin-off with Titus Welliver resuming his role as Harry Bosch. Maddie, Harry's daughter, will be played by Madison Lintz, while Bosch frequent character Honey “Money” Chandler, played by Mimi Rogers, will also be a key role. Bosch, who is now retired from the LAPD, will serve as an investigator for Chandler in the new series. Welliver, Erik Overmyer, Henrik Bastin, Pieter Jan Brugge, and writer Michael Connelly, who also developed Bosch, will produce the series. In June 2021, the series began production in Los Angeles.
What About Season 8
The eighth season of Bosch has not been renewed, however, the presently unannounced spin-off will continue Harry Bosch's tale. The program will be an IMDb TV Original and Amazon Studios' first series spin-off. Though technically a spin-off, star Titus Welliver stated in a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly that the new Bosch series will be a continuation of Harry Bosch's tale as portrayed in the Amazon Original series.
Given that the spin-off will be produced by Amazon Studios and will feature the same creative team as the original series — including creators Michael Connelly and Eric Overmyer, who will executive produce the show alongside Tom Bernardo, Henrick Bastin, and Titus Welliver — Harry Bosch will be in good hands.
The Making of Bosch season
On October 31, 2013, Amazon Studios announced that Bosch has been approved for production. Titus Welliver plays Harry Bosch in the hour-long pilot, which also stars Annie Wersching, Amy Price-Francis, and Jamie Hector. Jim McKay directed the film, which was produced by Henrik Bastin of Fabrik Entertainment. The 13-day shoot began on November 4, 2013, in Los Angeles, with Connelly keeping a daily set log.
In February 2014, Amazon Prime launched a pilot to enable consumers to vote on whether or not further episodes should be produced. In March 2014, Amazon announced that Bosch had been commissioned for a full series.
On February 13, 2015, Amazon Video published all 10 episodes of Bosch's first season for watching. The first episode was modified from the pilot in several ways, including the inclusion of Mimi Rogers to the cast to replace Amy Price-Francis as plaintiff's attorney Honey Chandler and the insertion of a sequence in which Bosch testifies in court and Chandler questions him about his past.
How Was it received?
Season two has a 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 14 reviews with an average rating of 7.67/10. “Bosch hones its pulpy powers in a spectacular sophomore season, executing its procedural concept with a no-nonsense flair that befits its titular character,” the site's critical consensus says. The season has a 76 out of 100 weighted average score on Metacritic, based on 7 critics, indicating “generally good reviews.”
Season three has received a 100 percent approval rating based on ten reviews, with an average rating of 8/10. “Bosch's third season retains the series' command over mystery, expertly intertwining plot lines as wide as a Los Angeles crossroads,” says the critical consensus. Season four has likewise received a 100 percent approval rating based on ten reviews, with an average rating of 8/10. “Bosch maintains its steady thrills in a fourth season that effectively navigates contemporary concerns,” the reviewers agree. Seasons 5 and 6 have similarly received 100% approval ratings.
Release Date of Season 8
Bastin's new business, Fabel Entertainment, will develop the Bosch spin-off. While no release date has been set, production on the new series is set to begin later this year. So, following the season 7 finale, viewers of the show may expect to see more of Bosch.
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