'Bosch' is coming back for one last season.
After 6 years, Amazon Prime's long-running series 'Bosch' is coming to an end.
The police drama series starring Titus Welliver follows a detective who tries to continue solving cases while dealing with a wrongful death civil suit.
The series received generally positive reviews, which allowed it to consistently release new seasons every year since 2015.
It's no surprise that the series will make it this far, and it is quite unfortunate to hear that it's about to conclude soon.
Here's what to expect for 'Bosch' season 7.
On February 13, 2020, we received an announcement that 'Bosch' is coming back for the seventh season! Sadly, this is also going to be the last for the series.
The announcement came ahead of season 6's release.
The show's official Twitter tweeted: "Bosch isn’t turning in his badge yet. #BoschAmazon is picked up for its 7th and final season on @PrimeVideo"
Amazon did not announce the reason behind the cancellation. However, it could simply be just because the show has finally come to its natural conclusion.
We already have a confirmation that 'Bosch' Season 7 is happening, but we are still waiting for Amazon to announce the release date.
The sixth season was released in April 2020, and we are hoping to see the seventh season release around the same month this year. Unfortunately, the Coronavirus pandemic can delay the season's anticipated release. Our guess is it will drop in Spring 2021 (between March- June).
Filming for the series was temporarily suspended for a week back in November 2020, after "a positive COVID-19 test".
In January 2021, creator Michael Connelly shared behind-the-scenes footage of the series.
Connelly wrote in a Facebook post alongside the video:
"29 years ago this month The Black Echo was published, with the Harry Bosch story beginning on the Mulholland Dam. We were back there today for the last episode of Bosch. It’s been one hell of a run."
With the production still ongoing back in January, it looks like the team is on a tight schedule to finish post-production for an April release. Hence, we are already preparing for the possibility that the final season might get delayed.
Much of the plot for season 7 remains unknown for now since everyone is ardently avoiding spoilers.
We are certain that this season will wrap up the overarching plot for the show, but we don't know exactly how.
Back in July 2020, Connelly spoke to TV Insider about the upcoming season but revealed very few specific details.
"It’s difficult because we are already down the road,” Connelly expressed.
“We outlined the season, taking the last six and seven years into account. We want to write to an ending, and we have that ending. It was set in January before any of this happened. We’re faced with the question, do we retool? Do we spend the time and money to retool and start over? Or can we do some stuff in this last season with what we already have and change it and tweak it?”
Connelly also shared about the possible setting for the upcoming season.
“I think when this season is finished, it will be set before the killing of George Floyd,” he said.
“But it’s going to have an echo that goes forward to that. It’s going to be germane. It is the best way to put it.”
Season six is based on the books 'The Overlook' and 'Dark Sacred Night', while season five is based on 'Two Kinds of Truth'.
We are expecting Sons of Anarchy's Titus Welliver to reprise his role as LA police detective Harry Bosch.
Joining him is CSI: Miami's Jamie Hector as Detective Jerry Edgar, Bosch’s partner.
Brooklyn Bridge's Amy Aquino is also coming back as Lieutenant Grace Billets, Bosch’s superior and one of his best friends.
There's no official trailer yet as of this writing. We will continue to watch out for season 7's official trailer and will immediately share it with you.
In the meantime. Here's the official trailer for 'Bosch' season 6.