Bosch Season 7

Based on the series of novels by Michael Connelly,’ Bosch‘ is a police procedural drama series that follows Detective Harry Bosch and other law enforcement officers as they solve crimes in Los Angeles. It is based on the set of books by Michael Connelly, who also functions as the creator. Developed for the screen by Eric Overmyer, the show premiered on February 6, 2014, on Amazon Prime Video. Owing to the high ratings and a loyal fanbase, it’s six successful seasons. Fans are awaiting an update about the season. If you’re interested in the same, we have got you covered!

Release Date

‘Bosch’ season 6 was released in its entirety on April 16, 2020, on Amazon Prime Video. The sixth season has ten episodes which operate for 42-48 minutes each.

Fans will be delighted to know that Amazon gave the series the go-ahead for season 7 February 13, 2020, which makes it the longest-running television set in the history of the streaming services. Regrettably, the network also announced that season 7 would be the final one. Connelly did not cite any specific reason as to why the series is ending after seven seasons. However, he chose Twitter to state that”all good things come to an end” The founder did express happiness over the fact that they at least get to end the series as intended.

The production for season 7 started in September 2020 and reportedly wrapped up in February 2021. However, a launch date has not yet been verified. Considering that the previous four seasons expired in April, the upcoming season may also release around the same time of this year. However, delays can’t be ruled out, given the unpredictability of the problem because of COVID. Therefore, we can expect ‘Bosch’ season 7 to release sometime in Spring 2021.

Bosch Season 7

Fortunately, Connelly is receptive to the idea of working with Amazon again and coming out with a movie or a miniseries with Harry Bosch as the central character. He even hinted that Amazon might think of an interesting way of”rebooting” the series.


In season 7, Titus Welliver and Jamie Hector will reprise their roles Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch and Jerome “Jerry” Edgar, respectively. Other returning cast members include Amy Aquino (Lt. Grace Billets), Lance Reddick (Chief Irvin Irving), and Madison Lintz (Maddie Bosch). New additions Gina Vento and Carlos Miranda will be seen in a recurring capacity as Mickey and Detective Chris Collins, respectively.


From the end of the sixth time, Maddie decides to be a prosecutor. Bosch and Edgar feel disappointed by the machine as they are confronted with tragedies on the professional front. At home, Harry is advised that the wiretap evidence on Alicia Kent will be admissible in court. The episode ends with the implication which Edgar might have killed Avril in cold blood because it appears that Avril didn’t point a gun at him.

The seventh season will draw from the novels ‘The’ Concrete Blonde’ and ‘The Burning Room’ Bosch and Edgar will be observed working on two murder investigations. While one of them will operate on a situation involving street drugs, the other will investigate a white-collar crime.


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