The cast of Bosch: Legacy talks about season 2.
(Note: These interviews were held in November 2022 prior to the SAG-AFTRA strike.)
Bosch: Legacy season 2 is just around the corner. So Many Shows had the opportunity last fall to pose questions to the cast about their individual characters and the second season. Hear from Titus Welliver (Harry Bosch), Madison Lintz (Maddie Bosch), Mimi Rogers (Honey Chandler), Stephen A. Chang (Maurice “Mo” Bassi) and Denise G. Sanchez (Officer Reina Vasquez).
Of course, we are all on pins and needles waiting to learn about Maddie’s circumstances. Harry finds her missing from her home with the telltale signature of the “Screen Cutter” serial rapist. The screen in her bedroom window has been cut open. But that is not all that lies ahead for Bosch: Legacy this season. Season 2 draws from Michael Connelly’s novel The Crossing. While DNA would suggest otherwise, Honey is convinced that David Foster is not guilty of murder. As her investigator, Harry must find the intersection or “crossing” between Foster and the victim, information that could have led to him looking like a suspect.
Get ready for more of fan favorite Mo Bassi. While Mo’s skillset continues to be instrumental in Harry’s investigations this season, we also get an opportunity to see more of Mo’s personal life. And what would Bosch: Legacy be without some interference from the Feds? The FBI becomes relentless in their investigation into the multiple murders associated with Carl Rogers. Look for Harry and Honey to team up in ruffling feathers with the tenacious agents.
Bosch: Legacy season 2 never slows down. Imagine a speed round of chess where every move has to be both strategic and swift. Enjoy the teasers and insights from the cast in the individual interviews below.
Titus Welliver (Harry Bosch)
Madison Lintz (Maddie Bosch)
Mimi Rogers (Honey Chandler)
Stephen A. Chang (Maurice “Mo” Bassi)
Denise G. Sanchez (Officer Reina Vasquez)
The second season of Amazon Freevee’s original series Bosch: Legacy arrives on October 20 with the first four episodes. Two additional episodes will become available each Friday through November 10 for a total of 10 episodes. If that still feels like too long to wait, you can reserve a spot at one of the select movie theaters showing episodes 1 and 2 in an early screening on Wednesday, October 18. Click here to pre-purchase a $10 concession voucher to secure your spot.
Find Bosch: Legacy on Amazon Freevee in the U.S., UK, Germany and Austria. The series will also be available day-and-date as an Amazon Original in 35 other territories around the world via Prime Video.
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