Amazon keeps cranking out shows. The company’s original programming arm, Amazon Studios, announced that it will debut “Bosch,” a series based on Michael Connelly’s Harry Bosch detective series, on February 13.
The best-selling series focuses on Bosch, an LAPD homicide detective, on the trail of a 13-year-old’s killer. Titus Welliver plays the titular character, joined by co-stars Jamie Hector, Amy Quino, Lance Reddick, and Annie Wersching. Guest stars will include Scott Wilson, Mark Derwin, and Mimi Rogers, among others.
The pilot of “Bosch” is currently available to Amazon Prime subscribers, while the 10 first season episodes will come out at once on February 13. It’s the second time Amazon has opted for the all-at-once model popularized by Netflix, after initially testing it with the Golden Globe-winning comedy series “Transparent.”
Episodes of “Bosch” were directed by Jim McKay, Roxann Dawson, Kevin Dowling, Alex Zakrzewski, Ernest Dickerson, Matt Earl Beesley, and Thomas Carter. The series is produced by Rachel Rusch and Pat McKee, and executive produced by Pieter Ja Brugge, Eric Overmyer, Henrik Bastin of Fabrik Entertainment (a Red Arrow Entertainment Group company), and author Connelly.