Bosch is an American Crime-Drama TV series created by Michael Connelly and produced by Amazon Studios for Amazon streaming services. Bosch starts sharp and clean. It is clearly stated that it is well cast and characters of their relationships with each other. Titus Welliver plays the title character exceptionally well. Its background story is discovered and subtly in some other act of dialogue and look. The culmination of all this in the end is distressing. The other actors put their co-workers into play and the opponents are splendid as well.
This pilot episode of Bosch offers at all levels, with a number of top-tier actors, a well-written script, visually appealing and yet credible backdrops. Titus Welliver’s nuanced performance gives life to Michael Connelly’s title character, infusing him with equal-minded determination, Intelligence, and vulnerability. Welliver inhabits the character of Bosch as if he had played for years, and every gesture and every bit of dialogue rings true. Welliver is perfectly cast and destined for a star-shaped turn in this role. Embarrassing crisp is the writing and directing of cinematic quality in the place, Each scene fits and moves to the right rhythm. This is online television at its best. Disappointment was my only realization that I could not see the next episode yet.