‘Bosch’ Returning for One Last Season

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Bosch, Amazon’s longest running scripted original series, will be ending its run next year after seven seasons.

Season six hasn’t been released yet, but Amazon has already announced the show’s renewal for the seventh and final season. Based on the bestselling books by Michael Connelly, Bosch (Titus Welliver) will spend the last season solving two murders that take him to the dark corners of white collar crime and the street level drug trade. Connelly, who co-wrote the pilot and also serves as executive producer, will be writing the final episode with show runner Eric Overmeyer.

Specific dates have yet to be announced, but the sixth season is set to premiere sometime later this year.

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Amanda is a mental health counselor by day and a nerd by night. She’s been fangirling since 1989 when she had so many New Kids On The Block posters in her bedroom that she ran out of wall space and had to put them on her ceiling. She finds people and stories fascinating and even went to film school years ago. The journey from film to Social Work is a long, depressing tale, but she came out the other side feeling inspired to help people. Now she’s living out that old Hollywood cliché. You know, the one where someone can’t contain their passion any longer and leaves a career in entertainment to pursue their dreams of becoming a therapist in the Midwest. She’s not a filmmaker anymore but she is a fan. Her favorite genres are sci-fi, fantasy, superheroes, and musicals. She loves Supernatural, New Kids On The Block (duh), and comes from a family of Star Trek nerds. She might also be a little obsessed with her cats.

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