'Bosch' Renewed by Amazon for Fourth Season

The Hollywood Reporter

Amazon is ordering more Bosch.

The streamer has greenlighted a fourth season of the crime procedural starring Titus Welliver. The series is currently in production on season three, with the first two seasons available to stream on Amazon Prime.

An adaptation of Michael Connelly's best-selling novels, Bosch was the first original drama from Amazon Studios and was part of the company's early push to offer television and film to subscribers under its $99-per-year Prime service.

Bosch also stars Jamie Hector (The Wire), Amy Aquino (Being Human), Madison Lintz (The Walking Dead) and Lance Reddick (The Wire). Treme alum Eric Ellis Overmyer developed the series and executive produces alongside Connelly, Pieter Jan Brugge and Henrik Bastin. Welliver serves as a producer.

"We are excited to announce the fourth season renewal of Amazon Prime Video's longest-running original drama series Bosch," Amazon Studios vp Roy Price said Monday in a statement. "Prime members have loved following Detective Harry Bosch as he navigates difficult situations in his professional and personal lives, and we're excited to let them know that even more is coming."

Said Connelly: "I am happy beyond words. To think we are going to get another season to explore these characters is wonderful. Our team has worked very hard to create the most realistic detective show possible and I think that is resonating with viewers. Titus and the rest of the cast and crew are dedicated to this. We are raising the storytelling bar with season three and we'll do it again in four."

Added Henrik Pabst, managing director at Red Arrow International: "Bosch has continued to exceed all of our expectations in terms of its U.S. and international appeal, with the show proving hugely popular with audiences around the world. We are delighted that the show will be back for season four."