Tom Bernardo, Michael Connelly, and Eric Overmyer created the American police procedural television series Bosch: Legacy, which is available for streaming. Titus Welliver plays Harry Bosch, an ex-cop for the Los Angeles Police Department, in the Amazon Prime Video series Bosch.
Madison Lintz and Mimi Rogers also reprise their roles. October 20, 2023, saw the debut of four episodes of the show on Amazon Freevee; additional episodes will air each week after that.
Bosch: Legacy season 2 will essentially continue where season 1 ended, with Bosch searching for Maddie after she vanished. The official Amazon summary for the upcoming season is as follows: Together, Bosch and Chandler search for a killer who could discover them first.
After being abducted by an attacker wearing a mask, Maddie Bosch’s future as a law enforcement officer is in jeopardy. The FBI investigates Carl Rogers’ murder and suspects Bosch and Chandler while they search for Maddie.
Recap Of Bosch: Legacy Season 2 Episode 4
In Season 2, Episode 4 of Bosch: Legacy, Maddie departs from Harry’s home and heads out with a suitcase after Harry goes for a stroll with Coltrane.
Harry is seen watching old tapes of West Hollywood’s former city manager, Lexi Parks, while he looks into the case. In the meantime, Honey gives Harry a call to ask for help in locating James Allen, the person Foster is said to have used as an alias. But he can’t find James, so he subsequently requests help from him.
After learning that the death was truly caused by strangling rather than an overdose during a conversation with the detectives assigned to the investigation, Harry informs them of this information.
Maddie accepts a recommendation to play a part in the crime reduction team somewhere else. She intends to reapply to join Vasquez’s team as well. When Rico returns to the United States, Maddie is also drafting her impact statement for the Dockweiler sentencing, in which she describes her problems. Mo gives Honey access to Matthew’s phone so she can monitor any impending FBI calls or meetings.
At Musso and Frank’s grill during dinner, Harry and Honey discuss the Foster case, with Honey raising questions about DNA evidence and possible framing. While a barter finds them and brings an elderly man back to the car, Bosch is not persuaded by the veracity of the DNA evidence.
As Harry leaves the restaurant, two men in the car are keeping an eye on him. Harry gets passed by the older man, who then clocks in with his blue Jeep Cherokee. After that, the younger man follows him home, where he opens his letterbox to verify his identity.
The older man, who reported Honey as intoxicated and turned on their car using the police lights, is following her. The older man locks the keys and refuses to do the sobriety test, and the cops are jubilant as Honey gets into the car and is led inside by uniformed officers. After that, the officers try to arrest Honey and get the Foster file back.
Sgt. Mankiewicz identifies the woman who is vomiting and lets her go, providing her with a drink so that Honey can sit uncuffed on the booking bench. Honey is seated in a holding cell with her.
Bosch: Legacy Season 2 Episodes 5 and 6 Release Date
Bosch: Legacy Season 2 Episodes 5 and 6 will air on Friday, October 27, 2023, at 9:00 PM EDT. The run time for each episode will be 50 minutes. The release times in different countries are:
- Pacific Time (PT): 6:00 PM
- Central Time (CT): 8:00 PM
- British Summer Time (BST): 2:00 AM the next day
- Central European Summer Time (CEST): 3:00 AM the next day
- Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST): 12:00 PM the next day
- Sydney Time (Australia): 12:00 PM the next day
- Singapore Time (SGT): 9:00 AM the next day
- New Zealand Standard Time (NZST): 1:00 PM the next day
Where Can You Watch Bosch: Legacy Season 2 Episodes 5 and 6?
Bosch: Legacy can be viewed by anybody in the US or the UK because Amazon Freevee is readily accessible as part of Prime Video online or as a stand-alone app on smart TVs. You can watch Amazon Freevee without a subscription, but you will have to put up with advertising because there isn’t a way to view the show without it.