Bosch: Legacy Season 1 – TV Series

About Bosch: Legacy Season 1 – TV Series

Bosch: Legacy Season 1 TV Series Details 

Bosch: Legacy is an American police procedural television series developed by Michael Connelly, Tom Bernardo and Eric Overmyer. A spin-off of the Amazon Prime Video series Bosch (2014–2021), it stars Titus Welliver as former LAPD detective Harry Bosch, with Mimi Rogers and Madison Lintz also reprising their roles. The series premiered on May 6, 2022, on Amazon Freevee with the release of four episodes, with the remaining released weekly, two episodes at a time. The series was renewed for a second season prior to its premiere. The second season premiered on October 20, 2023, again with the release of four episodes, with the remaining episodes to be released weekly, two at a time. The series was later renewed for a third season prior to its second season premiere.

Bosch: Legacy Season 1 Download Files 

  • E01 – “The Wrong Side of Goodbye”
  • E02 – “Pumped”
  • E03 – “Message in a Bottle”
  • E04 – “Horseshoes and Hand Grenades”
  • E05 – “Plan B”
  • E06 – “Chain of Authenticity”
  • E07 – “One Of Your Own”
  • E08 – “Bloodline”
  • E09 – “Cat Got a Name?”
  • E10 – “Always/All Ways”

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  • Titus Welliver as Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch, a former LAPD detective, now retired and working as a freelance private investigator
  • Mimi Rogers as Honey “Money” Chandler, a high-powered defense attorney who has a periodically adversarial relationship with Harry
  • Madison Lintz as Madeline “Maddie” Bosch, a rookie Los Angeles police officer and Harry’s daughter
  • Stephen Chang as Maurice “Mo” Bassi, Harry’s technology expert, who shares Harry’s love of jazz
  • Denise G. Sanchez as Officer Reyna Vasquez (season 2—present; recurring season 1), Maddie’s training officer
  • Anthony Gonzales as Officer Rico Perez, Maddie’s fellow officer with whom she develops a romantic relationship
  • Michael Rose as Carl Rogers, a businessman responsible for the murder of a judge and Honey’s shooting
  • Will Chase (season 1) and David Denman (season 2) as Kurt Dockweiler, a city inspector
  • Phil Morris as John Creighton, head of Trinity Security, a security company employed by Whitney Vance
  • William Devane as Whitney Vance, a billionaire engineer who hires Bosch for a personal matter
  • Andrew Korba as Philip Corwin, the new CEO of Whitney Vance’s company
  • Kate Burton as Ida Porter, Vance’s secretary
  • Steven Flynn as David Sloan, Vance’s valet/butler
  • Mark Rolston as Lt I Don Thorne, watch commander on Maddie’s shift at the Hollywood Station



On November 16, 2018, it was announced that streaming service Hulu had given a pilot order to a potential television series adaptation of the comic book series. The pilot was expected to be written and directed by Jim Mickle who was also set to executive produce alongside Robert Downey Jr., Susan Downey, Amanda Burrell and Linda Moran. Production companies involved with the pilot were slated to consist of Team Downey and Warner Bros. Television. On April 9, 2020, it was announced that the series had been moved from Hulu to Netflix. On May 12, 2020, Netflix had given the production a series order that consists of eight episodes with Evan Moore attached to the series as a producer and Beth Schwartz served as a writer, an executive producer, and co-showrun alongside Mickle. The series was released on June 4, 2021. On July 29, 2021, Netflix renewed the series for an 8-episode second season.

Lemire has acknowledged that the series has a lighter tone than the comic book series, stating that he and Mickle wanted the series to bring a new perspective to the post-apocalyptic genre after what they believed to be an oversaturation of dark dystopian fiction released since the original comic was published.


June 4, 2021

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