Amazon Studios has renewed “Bosch,” its crime-procedural adaptation of Michael Connelly’s best-selling novel series, for a third season. Titus Welliver will return as the titular detective.
“Bosch” was the first original drama from Amazon Studios and was the most watched title on Amazon’s Prime Instant Video platform during its first four weeks.
The series has also drawn strong reviews for its change of pace from other crime procedurals. Tech jargon, fast pacing and flashy editing are all eschewed in favour of a single case across ten episodes with a very relaxed and lived-in feel with an excellent grasp of its Los Angeles locale.
The first season took inspiration from three of the novels – “City of Bones,” “Echo Park,” and “The Concrete Blonde”. The second from the novels “Trunk Music,” “The Drop” and “The Last Coyote”.
Eighteen novels with Bosch as the central character have been written leaving plenty of material to mine – no word as yet on which ones will form the basis of the third season.
Source: The Live Feed