An LAPD homicide detective works to solve the murder of a 13-year-old boy while standing trial in federal court for the murder of a serial killer. Based on Michael Connelly's best-selling book series, 'Bosch'.
Did You Know?
Underneath Bosch's desk pad there are several photos of people, neatly labelled with names. In the Harry Bosch novels it is explained that the depicted people are the victims of unsolved homicides, placed there by Bosch so he would constantly see and never forget to keep looking for the perpetrators. One of the photos in the episode shows a girl named Cielo Azul. In the novels Cielo is the daughter of former FBI agent and friend of Harry''s, Terry McCaleb, rather than a (direct) homicide victim. See more
When Bosch and Edgar leave the courthouse (0:42:10) to go to the morgue Harry's hair is long. By the time they get to the morgue Bosch's hair is short. They either stopped at the barber on the way to the morgue or they filmed the morgue scene later and Titus got a haircut. See more
The original pilot that debuted in 2014 was reworked prior to the 2015 series debut. Some casting changes were made (Mimi Rogers
replaced Amy Price-Francis
), some scenes were added, and plot points reworked (a reporter character who was originally Bosch's dupe becomes a more realistic Internet age reporter. See more
O Come All Ye Faithful
Lyrics by Frederick Oakeley
and music attributed to John Reading
Performed by Bill Cunliffe See more