Amazon Freevee has renewed “Bosch: Legacy” for a third season, ahead of the second season premiere this fall. Starring Titus Welliver as Harry Bosch, a retired homicide detective turned private investigator, as he embarks on the next chapter of his career, the series will welcome “Days of our Lives” alum Guy Wilson (ex-Will Horton) to its cast for Season 2.
“The story of Harry Bosch has evolved over the years, and his journey is far from over,” said Lauren Anderson, head of AVOD Originals, unscripted, and targeted programming, Amazon Studios. “This renewal of ‘Bosch: Legacy’ is a testament to the enduring power of the world Michael Connelly built. We look forward to giving ‘Bosch’ fandom the next chapter for these beloved characters.”
“What a gift and a joy it is to be able to dig into these characters again and take their stories even further,” said Connelly, the show’s writer and executive producer. “Ten years ago, we began this amazing journey, partnering with Prime Video and now Amazon Freevee, and I couldn’t be happier with what we’ve done and will do.”
The second season sees numerous cast introductions, including David Denman (“Mare of Easttown,” “Brightburn”) as Kurt Dockweiler, Patrick Brennan (“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2,” “The Next Three Days”) as David Foster, Rafael Cabrera (“Too Old to Die Young,” “S.W.A.T.”) as Vince Harrick, Bruce Davison (“X-Men,” “The Crucible”) as James Rafferty, Jessica Camacho (“All Rise,” “Watchmen”) as Jade Quinn, and Guy Wilson (“Angelyne,” “Days of Our Lives”) as Det. Kevin Long.
Returning cast members include Jamie Hector (Det. Jerry Edgar), Stephen A. Chang (Maurice “Mo” Bassi), Denise Sanchez (Det. Reina Vasquez), David Moses (Martin Rose), Cynthia Kaye McWilliams (Det. Joan Bennett), Scott Klace (Sgt. John Mankiewicz), Gregory Scott Cummins (Det. “Crate” Moore), Troy Evans (Det. “Barrel” Johnson), Jacqueline Pinol (Det. Julie Epinosa), Jacqueline Obradors (Christine Vega), DaJuan Johnson (Rondell Pierce), and David Marciano (Det. Brad Conniff).
Mimi Rogers continues in the role of attorney Honey “Money” Chandler, who struggles to maintain her faith in the justice system after surviving an attempted murder, and Madison Lintz continues as Maddie Bosch, who discovers the possibilities and challenges of being a rookie patrol cop on the streets of Los Angeles.
In a logline released for season two, Bosch and Chandler work together to seek out a killer who just might find them first. As a result of being kidnapped by a masked assailant, Maddie Bosch’s law enforcement career hangs in the balance. While they hunt for Maddie, the FBI scrutinizes Carl Rogers’ murder and places Bosch and Chandler under suspicion.
Produced by Fabel Entertainment for Amazon Freevee, the show is executive produced by Michael Connelly, Eric Overmyer, Tom Bernardo, Henrik Bastin, Pieter Jan Brugge and Titus Welliver.