The seventh and final season of Amazon's hit streaming series "Bosch" releases today on Prime Video. The police procedural based on author Michael Connelly's character from his many novels, LAPD Homicide Detective Harry Bosch, is a favorite show of Larry Mantle’s not only because of the superb cast and compelling writing, but also because of the diverse, rich portrait of Los Angeles that it paints. Larry’s grandfather, Arnold Hubka, was himself a detective in the Hollywood Robbery and Homicide Division, the same division where the fictional Bosch works, during the 1940s and 50s. So when the creators of the show reached out to me earlier this year and asked me to lend my voice to a scene, Larry jumped at the chance! And in the process, we thought it'd be an opportunity for us to get some of the people behind the show together to reflect on its final season.
Today on AirTalk, we’ll share part of our conversation with the cast and creatives behind “Bosch” to reflect on the show’s final season.
You can watch our full conversation with the cast and creators of “Bosch” here.
Amy Aquino, actor; she stars as Lt. Grace Billets
Henrik Bastin, executive producer on Amazon's "Bosch" and executive producer on the upcoming untitled "Bosch" spinoff series on IMDb TV
Michael Connelly, bestselling author and creator of LAPD Detective Hieronymous “Harry” Bosch, the central character in his Bosch series of novels and Amazon’s television adaptation, Bosch; his books include The Black Echo, Blood Work, The Lincoln Lawyer and more
Jamie Hector, actor; he plays Detective Jerry Edgar
Madison Lintz, actor; she plays Maddie Bosch
Titus Welliver, actor and producer; stars as Detective Harry Bosch