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Bosch Season 1
Bosch Season 1 Cover.jpg
Season 1 DVD cover
Country of origin USA
Network Amazon Prime
Original release February 13, 2015
No. of episodes 10
Previous season N/A
Next season 2

Season 1 of Bosch consists of 10 episodes and was released on 13 February 2015. It is adapted from the books City of Bones, The Concrete Blonde and Echo Park.

Cast[]

Starring[]

Guest Starring[]

  • Troy Evans as Detective 'Barrel' Johnson, a senior homicide detective at Hollywood Division (10 episodes)
  • Scott Klace as Sgt. John Mankiewicz, a Sergeant and Assistant Watch Commander at the Hollywood Division station (9 episodes)
  • Mark Derwin as Captain Harvey Pounds, Hollywood division commander (8 episodes)
  • Gregory Scott Cummins as Detective Robert 'Crate' Moore, Barrel's longtime friend and partner (7 episodes)
  • Steven Culp as Richard 'Rick' O'Shea, the politically ambitious district attorney of Los Angeles County (7 episodes)
  • Rose Rollins as Detective Kizmin Rider, junior homicide detective at Hollywood Division (6 episodes)
  • Madison Lintz as Madeline Bosch, Harry's daughter (6 episodes)
  • Adam O'Byrne as Nate Tyler, an aggressive LA Times reporter (5 episodes)
  • Mimi Rogers as Honey 'Money' Chandler, a civil rights attorney (4 episodes)
  • Paul Vincent O'Connor as Judge Alvin N. Keyes (4 episodes)
  • Abraham Benrubi as Rodney Belk, a lawyer who represented Bosch in his trial (4 episodes)
  • Jeff Griggs as Chief of Police John Tenzer (4 episodes)
  • Veronica Cartwright as Irene Saxon, Raynard Waits' mother (4 episodes)
  • Alan Rosenberg as Dr. William Golliher, a forensic anthropologist (4 episodes)
  • Jenica Bergere as Sheila Delacroix, sister of a missing person (4 episodes)
  • Pat Skipper as Samuel Delacroix, father of a missing person (4 episodes)
  • Shawn Hatosy as Johnny Stokes, a petty criminal and person of interest in the city of bones case (4 episodes)
  • Randy Vasquez as DDA Lou Escobar, prosecutor in Waits case (3 episodes)
  • Rob Brownstein as Nicholas Trent, a person of interest in the city of bones case (3 episodes)
  • Robbie Jones as Officer George Irving, Deputy Chief Irving's son, a rookie cop (3 episodes)
  • Mary Page Keller as Christine Waters, mother of a missing person (3 episodes)
  • Scott Wilson as Dr Paul Guyot, retired physician (3 episodes)

Co-starring[]

  • Deji LaRay as Officer Julius Edgewood, supervising officer to Julia Brasher (9 episodes)
  • John Eddins as Sergeant Delmore 'Wash' Washington, Deputy Chief Irving's driver (7 episodes)
  • DaJuan Johnson as Officer Rondell Pierce, partner of George Irving (5 episodes)
  • Minerva Garcia as Rosa Flores, plaintiff in the wrongful death suit against Harry (3 episodes)
  • Kent Shockneck as Kent Shockneck, newscaster (3 episodes)
  • Americus Abesamis as Officer Kiko Pahanui, Hollywood Division officer (3 episodes)
  • Jason Sims-Prewitt as Officer Victor Rhodes, Hollywood Division officer (2 episodes)
  • Katharine Leonard as Marjorie Lowe, shown in flashbacks as Harry's deceased mother (2 episodes)
  • Joni Bovill as Ida, Deputy Chief Irving's assistant (2 episodes)
  • Callie Thompson as Lisa Billets, Grace's daughter (2 episodes)

Crew[]

Producers[]

  • Rachel Rusch - Producer
  • Patrick McKee - Producer
  • Tom Smuts - Supervising Producer
  • Kevin Dowling - Consulting Producer
  • William N. Fordes - Consulting Producer
  • Diane Frolov - Consulting Producer
  • & Andrew Schneider - Consulting Producer
  • Pieter Jan Brugge - Co-Executive Producer
  • Mikkel Bondesen - Executive Producer
  • Jan David Frouman - Executive Producer
  • Henrik Bastin - Executive Producer
  • Michael Connelly - Executive Producer
  • Eric Overmyer - Executive Producer

Episodes[]

Episode Writer Director Airdate IMDb
rating
"`Tis the Season" Michael Connelly & Eric Overmyer Jim McKay 02/13/15 8.7/10
"Lost Light" Kevin Dowling 8.5/10
"Blue Religion" Diane Frolov & Andrew Schneider 8.7/10
"Fugazi" George Pelecanos & Michael Connelly Ernest Dickerson 8.9/10
"Mama's Boy" William N. Fordes 8.6/10
"Donkey's Years" Jennifer Ames & Steve Turner Roxann Dawson 8.5/10
"Lost Boys" Joe Gonzalez & Eric Overmyer Alex Zakrzewski 8.7/10
"High Low" William N. Fordes & Tom Smuts Matt Earl Beesley 8.7/10
"The Magic Castle" Diane Frolov & Andrew Schneider Alex Zakrzewski 9.0/10
"Us and Them" Michael Connelly & Terrill Lee Lankford Thomas Carter 8.6/10
Source material: City of Bones, The Concrete Blonde, Echo Park
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