Are you ready to see Titus Welliver’s Harry Bosch defeat villains and make worse choices on the big screen? No, there are no plans for a spin-off to the “Bosch” film (yet), but Amazon Freevee offers the next best thing.
The free-with-ads service that broadcasts “Bosch: Legacy” is planning a series of free screenings of the first two episodes of season two across the country.
What is the story of “Bosch: Legacy”?
The series, a sequel to Prime Video’s acclaimed “Bosch” show based on the works of Michael Connelly, follows Harry Bosch, a retired homicide detective turned private detective, as he embarks on the next chapter of his career; lawyer Honey “Money” Chandler (Mimi Rogers), who struggles to maintain her faith in the justice system after surviving a murder attempt; and Maddie Bosch (Madison Lintz), who discovers the opportunities and challenges of being a patrol officer candidate on the streets of Los Angeles.
During the second season, Bosch and Chandler work together to find a murderer who may find them first. As a result of her kidnapping by a masked assailant, Maddie’s law enforcement career is at stake. The FBI investigates the murder of Carl Rogers (Michael Rose) and puts Bosch and Chandler under suspicion.
Who else is in Bosch: Legacy Season 2?
The new season features the return of popular characters from the original “Bosch” series, including Jerry Edgar (Jamie Hector), Det. Robert “Crate” Moore (Gregory Scott Cummins) and Det. “Barrel” Johnson (Troy Evans). joins Bosch and Honey, Maurice “Mo” Bassi (Stephen A. Chang) and Det. Reina Vasquez (Denise Sanchez) looking for Maddie before time runs out.
Other recurring cast members include Martin Rose (David Moses), Det. Joan Bennett (Cynthia Kaye McWilliams), Sgt. John Mankiewicz (Scott Klace), Det. Julie Espinosa (Jacqueline Pinol), Christine Vega (Jacqueline Obradors), Rondell Pierce (DaJuan Johnson) and Det. Brad Conniff (David Marciano).
And this time too there will be some new faces: Anthony Michael Hall as Special Agent Will Barron, Max Martini as Don Ellis, David Denman as Kurt Dockweiler, Patrick Brennan as David Foster, Rafael Cabrera as Vince Harrick, Bruce Davison as James Rafferty, Jessica Camacho as Jade Quinn and Guy Wilson as Kevin Long.
Related article: Harry is desperately searching for his kidnapped daughter in the teaser trailer for the second season of “Bosch: Legacy.”
How can I watch the first two episodes of “Bosch: Legacy” in the cinema?
The extended screening will take place on October 18th at 7:00 p.m. local time at select theater locations.
Advance purchase of a $10 discount voucher at participating theaters is required to reserve tickets. By purchasing a discount voucher, the customer receives a reserved seat at a performance of their choice.
Anyone under 17 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian throughout the performance. People under 12 years old are not admitted.
To request tickets and find out all the details, Go to this link.
If you’re also interested in the chance to win a Freevee and Fooji watch party set for the show’s return, Go here.
When will “Bosch: Legacy” hit TV screens?
If you can’t make it to one of the screenings, you still won’t have to wait long because “Bosch: Legacy” returns to Freevee on October 20th with the first four episodes.