Bosch Season 3: New Villain, Filming Video and Black Echo; Season 4 Renewed
Bosch gets a Season 4 renewal by Amazon Prime, ahead of its Season 3 premiere. Season 3 introduces new villain plus Day 1 filming shared. Will the third season cover the book Black Echo?
Detective Harry Bosch will return for not just one but two more seasons. Amazon Prime recently announced its renewal for its police procedural series for Season 4.
According to TV Series Finale, the renewal did not surprised viewers. The series is one of the longest running show of Amazon Prime. Subscribers rated Season 2 with rated 4.8 and 84% five-star reviews.
The renewal of Season 4 ahead the premiere date of Season 3 may be Amazon Prime’s response to the good reception of the series. The site cited some feedback for the show including:
“Season 1 & 2 were awesome, I really enjoyed each one. I can’t wait for season 3.”
“We want more!”
“Bosch is a winner. Stellar cast. Strong story.”
“One of the most flawless adaptations of a popular series I’ve ever had the pleasure of viewing!”
“Love this show!”
“It is one of the best dramas I have seen in a long time”
“Only series I have ever binge watched!”
“Since I discovered Bosch, I can’t stop watching it. Awesome series.”
Bosch got its inspiration from Michael Connelly’s novels. According to rumors, Season 3 may possibly incorporate one of Connelly’s novel Black Echo.
If the reports are true, Bosch handles a case of bank robbery after being demoted Hollywood Division. But the robbery is just a surface of a bigger plan.
Earlier this year, reports claimed that actor Arnold Vosloo boarded the series in a recurring role. The show enlisted Vosloo to portray Rafael “Rudy” Tafero. The character allegedly will plant an evidence against Bosch that will compromise the latter’s position as a detective.
Filming for Season 3 already began a few weeks back. The series uploaded a sneak peek from behind the scenes of Season 3 via YouTube. Watch it below.
No specific premiere date has been announced for Bosch Season 3 but it is speculated to return sometime in 2017.
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