Amazon’s premium free streaming service IMDb TV announced that it has ordered a Bosch spinoff series that will begin filming later this year. Titus Welliver, Madison Lintz and Mimi Rogers are set to reprise their roles as Harry, his daughter Madeline, and attorney Honey “Money” Chandler, respectively.
The spinoff will follow Bosch as he embarks on the next chapter of his career. The official synopsis reads:
With a deep and complicated history between this unlikely pair, they must work together to do what they can agree on — finding justice.
Titus Welliver expressed his excitement in a statement, promising the ride will only get better from here. Welliver said:
To say I am ecstatic is an understatement! To be given the opportunity to tell more Harry Bosch stories is a tremendous gift. The process of shooting Season 7 with the shadow of it being our final loomed heavily so when the idea was presented to continue with the possibility of a spinoff, without hesitation I said, ‘Let’s go.’ To all of our Bosch fans, thank for your incredible support for all these years and I can promise you the ride will only get better!
Novelist Michael Connelly, who will executive produce the spinoff, added to that statement by sharing his excitement for the series and the excitement to continue the Harry Bosch story by seeing him team up with Money. Connelly said:
I am beyond excited by this and I think the fans that have called for more Bosch will be as well. To continue the Harry Bosch story and see him team up with ‘Money’ Chandler will be more than I could have ever wished for…. I can’t wait to get started.
The yet-to-be-titled Bosch spinoff will be produced by Fabrik Entertainment and executive produced by Michael Connelly, along with Titus Welliver, Eric Overmyer, Tom Bernardo, Henrik Bastin, Pieter Jan Brugge and Zetna Fuentes. Fuentes will also direct the spinoff’s pilot.
Bosch is a police procedural web television series that premiered in 2014. The first season takes its inspiration from the Michael Connelly novels City of Bones, Echo Park and The Concrete Blonde. The series was one of two drama pilots that Amazon streamed online in early 2014 before the studio decided to place a series order. It stars Titus Welliver, Jamie Hector, Amy Aquino, Lance Reddick, and Madison Lintz.