Bosch: Season 6

Bosch: Season 6

Bosch: Season 6

The penultimate season of Bosch ratchets up the stakes, with a murder case turning into a mission to save Los Angeles. The killing of a medical physicist sees Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) responsible for more lives than ever when it transpires that radioactive material has found its way into the hands of domestic terrorists.

2020Rating: 16USAAmazon Studios

The Overlook

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. 


Good People on Both Sides

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... MORE deadly standoff. 


Three Widows

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.


Part of the Deal

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.


Money, Honey

Bosch dives deeper into Daisy Clayton’s troubled past. Edgar scrambles to find evidence confirming Bosch’s suspicions in the Kent case.


The Ace Hotel

Chandler brokers a plea deal that leads to a confession, giving Bosch and Edgar all they need to go after Kent’s killer.


Hard Feelings

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.


Copy Cat

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.


Dark Sacred Night

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.


Some Measure of Justice

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.

Bosch: Season 6 / Reviews



Bosch is perfect... [But] once again, Bosch does not eat any takeout food. This show is bulls--t.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

“Bosch” is a show of small but persistent pleasures, and they remain intact. The writing is literate but natural. ... [Storylines] dip in and out of one another seamlessly. Welliver and Hector, and Welliver and Lintz, create relationships so quietly believable, it’s as if they’re in the room with you.

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