Bosch: Season 5 (2019)

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Air date: Apr 18, 2019
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Air date: Apr 19, 2019
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Air date: Apr 19, 2019
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Air date: Apr 19, 2019
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Air date: Apr 19, 2019
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Air date: Apr 19, 2019
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Season five picks up fifteen months after Bosch has finally brought his mother?s killer to justice, and he now finds himself seeking the truth on two fronts. New evidence in an old case leaves everyone wondering whether Bosch crossed the line by planting evidence. Simultaneously, a murder at a Hollywood pharmacy exposes a sophisticated opioid pill mill, and Bosch?s search for the killers takes him down a dark and perilous path.

Cast

Titus Welliver
as Harry Bosch
Jamie Hector
as Jerry Edgar
Amy Aquino
as Lt. Grace Billets
Lance Reddick
as Deputy Chief Irvin Irving
Madison Lintz
as Maddie Bosch
Annie Wersching
as Julia Brasher
Jason Gedrick
as Raynard Waits
Sarah Clarke
as Eleanor Wish
Mark Derwin
as Captain Harvey Pounds
Jeri Ryan
as Veronica Allen
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Critic Reviews for Bosch Season 5

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (2)

"Bosch" is back and as addictive as ever, showing why it's Amazon's oldest continuing original drama despite a call for new blood.

Apr 22, 2019 | Rating: B | Full Review…
Top Critic

One of TV's most irresistible binges remains irresistibly binge-worthy.

Apr 18, 2019 | Rating: 3.5/4 | Full Review…
Top Critic

Connelly's BOSCH novels are great but "Bosch" the series enhances them. Whole cast is good but Titus Welliver is a notch above.

Apr 27, 2019 | Rating: 9/10 | Full Review…

Bosch has a lot to say about justice in America, and continues to do so with excellent precision.

Apr 19, 2019 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

The exploration of such moral gray areas makes Bosch more captivating than the average police procedural, and... Amazon's long-running cop show has once again proven itself to be the most reliably entertaining series of its kind on TV.

Apr 19, 2019 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Bosch: Season 5

Season five going strong. Very watchable series.

This is Amazons best original series they have put out to us. Titus Welliver Is AWSOME at playing the character of Bosch. Every season up to season four has been great. Then comes season five which I think just blows you out of the water showing how great all the actors are the storyline and how the series is just incredible. I hope this series goes on for 20 years Best show, way to go Amazon !!!!!!

Police procedural with the same heart as the novels. This season adds some subplotting not in the books and Mickey Haller is replaced by Mimi Rogers as his go-to defense attorney. but she does a great job of establishing a relationship with Bosch that is engaging and satisfying.

Bosch is a fun police drama, without too much of the current trend towards domestic subplots. That are found in so many American, and English speaking countries' TV series. I enjoy this series, though it tends to be a throw back to 80's and 90's TV series. The acting is good, and it was nice to see some veteran TV actors, from older police dramas in this season's cast. The only actress that I have a problem with in this series, is Madison Lintz. Even having been an actress for some time. I find it hard to believe that she really isn't very good. Her few facial expressions, tend to range from.. "Gee did I leave the stove gas on?", "I have serious cramps", to seeming to try, and remember her script lines. The character she portrays, is equally deadpan, and seems overly "clingy" for a young woman who is going out of state, to college. I think it is unlikely, that the child of a police detective. Would pry as much as she does, in her father's work and cases.

OK: This is my first comment here and I was motivated because I am eager for Season 6 for "Bosch." I've been binging this show and it is soild: great writing, effective acting, more than adequate direction. What compels me to this show is a combination of all these, which leads to the characterizations. Welliver is super as the title character. He is complex and brings a solid balance between his edgy shot to kill and knight for the truth. His partner, Jamie Hector, grew after his near-death experience and his revelation in season 5 of being Haitian. Both of these events added to his character. The supporting cast is also solid whether it is Aquino as L.T. or Lintz as Bosch's daughter, Maddie. One reason I am eager for Season 6 is to see what happens to Lance Reddick's character as he runs for mayor of LA. His picked up shade from Bosch in Season 5 and I can't wait to see how that all plays out. If you have not seen any of these, see them (tho' I have to confess that Season 5 was a real downer). Enjoy!

Best season so far!!! Love this season! Can' wait for season 6!!

I have just spent a sleepless night because of this bloody season 5. Really excellent.

This is one of the best cop shows ever made. It's not flashy or fake. It's straight forward and honest. Titus Welliver should be nominated for an emmy for his performance. It's refreshing to see something that doesn't rely on gimmicks or clickbait plot points.

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Best cop show on TV hands down! The only thing i dislike is I'll have to wait over a year for season 6.

This is by far my most awaited series of the year on any TV or streaming service. Period. Having read or listened to every M Connelly book. The series is rich enough to bear re-watching and like others, my attempt to pace myself with series 5 failed. Unlike many series that degenerate into soaps, the series is kept fresh by focusing on the story lines not the "relationships" between the characters it accumulates and won't write out. Easily the best thing on TV. Now I'm waiting for #6.

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