After a medical physicist is executed and the deadly radioactive material he had with him goes missing, Detective Harry Bosch finds himself at the center of a complex murder case, a messy federal investigation, and catastrophic threat to Los Angeles -- the city he’s pledged to serve and protect.
Nearly a year has passed and Bosch, still grinding on the Daisy Clayton murder case, gets called to the Lake Hollywood Overlook to investigate the murder of medical physicist Stanley Kent. Edgar runs a sting on his dirty cops, Maddie starts a new internship, and Chief Irvin Irving jumpstarts his mayoral campaign.
A detail from Kent’s widow Alicia leads Bosch and the FBI to suspect a group of Sovereign citizens in connection to the stolen radioactive cesium and Overlook murder, but they clash over tactics, causing a deadly standoff. Maddie finds a puzzling omission in a trial transcript and Detective Vega is uncomfortable to learn she’s Billets’ ‘teacher’s pet.’
When cops discover the body of a homeless man covered in radiation burns, the hunt for the cesium intensifies but Bosch and Edgar wonder if their assumptions about the crime have been wrong all along. Maddie’s discovery earns Chandler’s praise. DEA Agent Charlie Hovan discloses his connection to Jamaican drug dealers with possible ties to Edgar’s dirty cops.
Bosch discovers there’s more to Alicia Kent’s story than meets the eye. Elizabeth Clayton calls with news that jump starts her daughter’s cold case. Edgar and Hovan craft a plan to move in on Avril, Crate and an old buddy have an eventful night, and Antonio asks Maddie to introduce him to Bosch.
Bosch dives deeper into Daisy Clayton’s troubled past. Edgar scrambles to find evidence confirming Bosch’s suspicions in the Kent case. Hovan goes undercover to learn more about Avril’s criminal dealings. Crate and Barrel return to the Homicide table, but their celebration is overshadowed by bad news.
Chandler brokers a plea deal that leads to a confession, giving Bosch and Edgar all they need to go after Kent’s killer. Bosch digs deeper into a street hustle involving Daisy, but Elizabeth causes trouble when she pursues a lead on her own. Irving pitches a new task force aimed at combatting homelessness, and Billets puts Vega and Pierce in an awkward position.
Working to close the murder of the Federal informant, Bosch and Edgar reveal an explosive new clue. Dwight pressures Edgar to do more to bring his son’s killers to justice. Barrel receives a politically damaging old recording of Chief Irving. Billets adds a familiar face to her new task force, while Pierce makes a report to Captain Cooper that causes friction.
Six weeks later, Judge Sobel hears Chandler’s objections to Bosch’s key evidence against Alicia Kent. Irving’s new task force has a win. Hovan and Edgar are on the verge of bringing down Avril. Billets gets a call from IA, and while working his way through a list of new suspects in the Daisy Clayton case, Bosch uncovers a chilling connection.
Bosch closes in on a suspect in the Daisy Clayton murder as Elizabeth begins to unravel. Edgar discovers Avril is as cunning as ever, and worries he’ll slip away. The car czar makes a hard play to force Irving out of the mayoral race, and IA investigates the complaint against Billets. In Bosch’s crosshairs, Daisy’s killer makes a shocking confession.
Irving and Maddie make big decisions about their futures. Bosch and Edgar, having weathered unexpected tragedies, share bitter frustration with a system that has seemingly failed them. But with the motion hearing on the Kent murder case evidence at hand, they’re each faced with a choice: to let things go, or take matters into their own hands.
Watch the official full length trailer to get a sneak peek of Bosch Season 6! When domestic terrorists threaten the fate of Los Angeles, Harry Bosch must save the city in the highest stakes season to date. Season 6 launches 4/17/2020.
Writers Michael Connelly and Tom Bernardo take us behind the scenes of Episode 601, revealing how their creative decisions helped set the stage for this new season. For more bonus content, open X-Ray, only in Amazon Prime Video.
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This isn't just the best show Amazon has ever made, it's the best drama show available anywhere on any streaming platform or TV, and I'm including movie theaters in that mix.
All of Bosch's elements, from the writing and direction, the superb ensemble acting with Titus Welliver as Bosch and Jamie Hector as his partner detective, the multilayered and concurrent narrative arcs that carefully unfold throughout each season against an LA backdrop to the graphics and music used in the credits are first rate and make for riveting drama.
This is the kind of media content that keeps me signed up as an Amazon Prime member.
Detective Harry Bosch is the real deal... low key, following the leads, sticking his neck out for everyone, using all his detective instincts, as he tracks down the suspect. Great show... great writers,... directors... and most importantly superb actors.