“Bosch” is coming to an end.
Amazon renewed the Titus Welliver-led series, based on the best-selling books by Michael Connelly, for a seventh and final season Thursday.
Season 6 is set to premiere later this year.
Here is the description for Season 7:
“Drawing from the novels The Concrete Blonde and The Burning Room, the seventh and final season of ‘Bosch’ will have Harry Bosch and Jerry Edgar (Jamie Hector) pursuing two separate but perilous murder investigations that will take them to the highest levels of white collar crime and the deadly depths of the street level drug trade.”
“I’m proud of what we have accomplished with ‘Bosch’ and look forward to completing the story in season 7. It’s bittersweet, but all good things come to an end and I am happy that we will be able to go out the way we want to,” said Connelly, who serves as a writer and executive producer on the series.
“This started seven years ago with showrunner Eric Overmyer and me writing the pilot. We plan to write the last episode together as well. We’ll leave behind the longest running show so far on Amazon and it will be there to be discovered by new viewers for as long as people are streaming. That is amazing to me. The other thing is that we would not have come all this way without Titus Welliver. There could not have been a better actor to play this role or a better team player to build this show around. He’ll be Harry Bosch for the ages.”
“‘Bosch’ was one of our first Amazon Originals, and it helped define us as a home for smartly written, captivating series,” said Albert Cheng, chief operating officer and co-head of television at Amazon Studios. “It has been a pleasure to work with Eric, Henrik, Michael, Pieter Jan, Dan, Titus and the entire ‘Bosch’ team. We’re delighted that we get to spend another season with Harry Bosch and conclude this wonderful television series for our Prime Video customers.”
The series is produced by Fabrik Entertainment and was developed for television by Overmyer (“The Wire”). “Bosch” is executive produced by Welliver, Pieter Jan Brugge, Henrik Bastin, Connelly, Overmyer, Daniel Pyne, James Baker and Bo Stehmeier.