Former LAPD detective Harry Bosch is back in Bosch: Legacy, which premieres Friday, May 6, on Amazon Freevee. The series is a spinoff, or rather continuation, of Prime Video’s seven-season Bosch, based on Michael Connelly’s novel series. The new show once again features Titus Welliver as Harry Bosch and is set a year-and-a-half after the finale of Bosch. Bosch is working as a private detective, taking cases word of mouth. The show also sees the return of Madison Lintz as his daughter Maddie, now an LAPD rookie, and Mimi Rogers as attorney Honey Chandler. Read on to learn more about how to watch.
- When Does Bosch: Legacy Premiere: Bosch: Legacy premieres Friday, May 6.
- When Does Bosch: Legacy Air: New episodes drop every Friday.
- Where Can You Watch Bosch: Legacy: Bosch: Legacy is exclusively available on Amazon Freevee, which can be watched for free or via Amazon Prime (1-week-free-trial).
Where You Can Watch Bosch: Legacy
All episodes of Bosch: Legacy are exclusively available on Amazon Freevee, a free ad-supported streaming app, which Amazon Prime Subscribers can access on the Amazon Prime Video app. If you don’t have Amazon Prime, you can download the Amazon Freevee app and use either an IMDb account login or a regular Amazon login to access Amazon Freevee.
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Bosch: Legacy Trailer
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