The untitled series will revolve around the continuing adventures of Bosch (Welliver) as he is forced to work with Honey “Money” Chandler (Mimi Rogers), an attorney who is also a former enemy.
Bosch’s daughter Maddie (Madison Lintz) will also reprise her role in the new show. There’s still no word if The Wire’s Jamie Hector will reprise his role as Harry’s partner, Detective Jerry Edgar, in the spinoff.
On Instagram, Welliver said of the new project –
“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 seven 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,”
Michael Connelly, the author of the Bosch series on which the show is based, said he is excited about the new show –
“To continue the Harry Bosch story and see him team up with ‘Money’ Chandler will be more than I could have ever wished for. And to continue our relationship with Amazon and be part of the IMDb TV lineup will ensure our commitment to providing viewers with a high-quality, creative and relevant show. I can’t wait to get started.”
The Bosch spin-off show will be produced by Fabel Entertainment with Connelly, Eric Overmyer, Tom Bernardo, Henrik Bastin, Pieter Jan Brugge and Zetna Fuentes serving as executive producer.
The seventh and final season of Bosch will premiere on streamer Amazon Prime later this year.