Bosch is back, under pressure
As the fourth season of “Bosch” opens, the emotional stakes for Detective Harry Bosch couldn’t be any higher, says Titus Welliver, the actor who stars in the Amazon series based on the best-selling thriller series by Michael Connelly.
He’s placed in charge of the murder investigation of a prominent Los Angeles attorney who specialized in suing the police for abuse and brutality, so the possibility of a cop pulling the trigger is at the forefront of public and police speculation.
“It’s not like anything ever goes easily for Harry,” says Welliver as he drove to a taping of comedian Adam Carolla’s podcast on Wednesday before heading to Dodger Stadium, where he and Connelly were to throw out the first ball.
Bosch is also still investigating the murder of his mother on the down low, and his ex-wife Eleanor (Sarah Clarke) is acting strangely, so much so that their teenage daughter Maddie (Madison Lintz) is increasingly alarmed.
“He’s juggling all those balls at the same time,” Welliver says of the show that returned to Amazon last week. “In some ways, though, it’s different. I think we always sort of increase the scope, the scale of the show.
“People always say, ‘Oh, and then it comes full circle,’ “he says. “I don’t think our story this sea-
Detective Harry Bosch, played by Titus Welliver, considers the scene of the murder on the Angels Flight funicular that kicks off season four of the Amazon series “Bosch.”
Actor Titus Welliver found a dream job in the part of Harry Bosch in the Amazon series “Bosch.”