Michael Connelly developed the American cop drama series Bosch, which is based on his books.
The first season of this detective drama premiered in 2014, and since then, it has been praised for its thrilling and engaging plotline.
The sitcom, created by Eric Overmyer, follows LAPD investigator Harry Bosch on a mission to solve perplexing riddles.
Fans were fascinated by this intriguing topic and the superb acting by the actors during the show’s seven-season run.
Recap of Bosch 7th Season
While the “foot soldiers” who ignited the fire have been apprehended, Bosch realizes early in Season 7 that the man who gave the order, Miguel “Mickey” Pea, remains at large. Bosch persuades the true arsonist, Pedro Alvarez, to turn on the Las Palmas gang leader in order to bring Pea (Gino Vento) to justice. Of course, nothing comes easily for our jazz-obsessed detective, and he soon realizes that he’s up against more than a few forces “above [his] pay grade.”
This is a recurring theme in Bosch’s work: moral or ethical justice (his ideal) vs. practical justice (apparently everyone else’s). When it comes to the concept of justice, Harry Bosch, a detective infamous for breaking norms, is definitely dogmatic. It is right and wrong, and the way to both is very straightforward. These routes, however, do not exist in a vacuum; they actually exist in modern-day Los Angeles. The spectator is torn between agreeing with Bosch and questioning if what’s motivating him has less to do with Sonia Hernandez, the slain girl, and more to do with her as a symbol for all the unresolved cases lost to the realities and limits of the system in which Bosch presently works.
What Could the Plot of Bosch Season 8 Be About?
Season 7 of ‘Bosch’ follows the titular character as he becomes involved in the investigation of a little girl’s murder. Maddie begins to assist Honey with a high-profile case, but things quickly spiral out of control when they come along paths with some very dangerous individuals. Season 7 concludes on a tense note, with the same villains targeting Harry, Maddie, and Money.
‘Bosch: Legacy’ will continue to be inspired by Michael Connelly’s bestselling ‘Bosch novels, focusing on the 19th installment, titled ‘The Wrong Side of Goodbye.’ “We’re really concentrating on one book,” the author stated. “It’s called The Wrong Side of Goodbye, and it’s to me, of all the Bosch non-badge books, it is an homage to the great PI authors and novelists.”
In ‘The Wrong Side of Goodbye,’ Bosch is tasked with tracking down a billionaire’s presumed heir from seventy years ago. The spinoff series will very certainly follow this plotline, however much of it will be adapted to present times, as the program is set in. Maddie and Money will take center stage alongside Harry, according to Connelly, and the plot will intimately intertwine the three characters’ fates.
Bosch Season 8 Cast
- Harry Bosch is played by Titus Welliver.
- Jerry Edgar is played by Jamie Hector.
- Grace Billets is played by Amy Aquino.
- Maddie Bosch is played by Madison Lintz.
- Honey Chandler is played by Mimi Rogers.
- Santiago Robertson is played by Paul Calderón.
- Irvin Irving is played by Lance Reddick
Apart from that, it’s unclear whether Troy Evans as Detective Johnson, Lance Reddick as Irvin Irving, and Jamie Hector as Jerry Edgar will return.
Bosch Season 8 Release Date
The spinoff, unlike the seven seasons that aired on Prime Videos, will be broadcast on Amazon’s IMDb TV. Nonetheless, it will draw inspiration from Michael Connelly’s normal work. To add to the joy, the project completed filming in November of this year and is now in post-production.
The new show will consist of ten episodes, which will be released weekly. Season 8 will consist of eight episodes, which will be available on Amazon Video. The first episode will air on Friday, June 24, 2022.