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Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide Part 2 | Bosch

The lockdown continues this Easter weekend, and despite the absolutely glorious weather it's important that we stay at home. On that note, here's another TV show to keep you entertained; 'Bosch', available on Amazon Prime.

Check out the rest of our streaming survival guide by clicking here.

Follow L.A.P.D. Homicide Detectives Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) and Jerry Edgar (Jamie Hector) as they work to solve an endless stream of murders in the infamous Hollywood Division of Los Angeles. As well as a heavy caseload, the two must also navigate the perils of their personal lives, including marriage, divorce and parenthood. Their cases - some of which hit a little too close to home - often lead the two into trouble within the department and with the city's political hierarchy as well. But since when did that ever get in the way of the search for the truth? 

Based on the series of novels by Michael Connelly, each season beautifully recreates the books that inspired it, whilst also putting a fresh spin on the story. The show doesn't exactly stick to the standard "police procedural" format usually seen on TV, giving way to several intriguing plot lines and a wealth of supporting characters. Regardless of whether you're a fan of Connelly's work or have never heard of Harry Bosch, this is a fantastic show, a truly riveting watch.

There are currently five seasons available to stream on Amazon Prime, each consisting of ten episodes.

Season 1 (Based on The Concrete Blonde, City of Bones and The Black Echo)
After the skeletal remains of a child are uncovered in the Hollywood Hills, Bosch and Edgar get tangled up with a serial killer who targets young men. All the while, Harry is the subject of a wrongful death lawsuit, he's being sued by the widow of a man he killed in an on-duty shooting.

Season 2 (Based on The Last Coyote and Trunk Music)
The two detectives investigate the death of a movie producer, one with possible ties to organised crime in Las Vegas. A joint investigation between the Los Angeles and Las Vegas police departments sees the cops clashing with the FBI.

Season 3 (Based on The Black Echo, A Darkness More Than Night and The Drop)
Bosch has been looking into the unsolved murder of his mother, which lands him in hot water when a suspect he has been surveilling turns up dead. He has to deal with being prime suspect in one murder, whilst he and Edgar investigate the murder of a homeless veteran.

Season 4 (Based on Angels Flight)
When a civil rights lawyer with a history of taking on clients who sue the L.A.P.D. is found murdered, Bosch and Edgar are assigned to the task force responsible for investigating.

Season 5 (Based on Two Kinds of Truth)
Bosch goes undercover to investigate the murder of a pharmacist with possible links to an opioid ring. The detective must also seek the help of an adversary when a murder conviction from one of his earliest cases is called into question.

Season 6 will release in its entirety on 17th April, so now is the perfect time to catch up with - or to revisit - one of the best shows on streaming.

What are your thoughts on 'Bosch'? Are you excited to see season 6? Don't forget to let us know what movies and TV shows you're turning to during this lockdown. Leave a comment below or find us on Facebook and Twitter. You can also email us at


  1. Good timing for the release of season six. I just finished bingeing all five seasons, great show. I love the location work in the series.

  2. Cheers Rich. I’m currently bingeing them myself. I know what you mean about the locations, some Interesting looking places. Despite that, I would really like to go back to LA and do the Bosch location tour, one day.


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