TV tip: "Bosch," Amazon Prime
Somewhere on this planet are 15 or maybe even 72 people who aren't addicted to "Bosch," the Amazon Prime series based on (and perfectly brought to television) by the Netflix folks. Starring as author Michael Connelly's bestselling and darkly melancholic LA detective, Titus Welliver is so perfectly cast I haven't heard or read one complaint. Welliver IS Bosch. Season #5 started rolling a few weeks back and you should try hard to parse it out. The storyline is a continuation of all that's happened before, and a lot of Big Answers are in store. Do I worry this will be the final season? Yeah, I kind of do; it just has that feel. Dig in and get ready for the ride — and, really, if you haven't seen "Bosch," start at the beginning and prepare for addiction.
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