Bosch Season 1 Episode 1 Review: “Pilot” | TVOM

TVOM: "At a distance, Bosch is a show instantly familiar to anyone who has watched a crime procedural starring an angsty, middle-aged white male. The story beats are familiar, the cinematography feels lived-in and conventional, and the main character exudes the same traits we expect from our cop protagonists; and yet, in spite of that, I couldn’t take my eyes off Bosch‘s first hour, a pilot with an exquisite ear for dialogue, and just enough narrative thrust to keep the world around its protagonist moving and interesting. And that’s not even mentioning the real highlight of “Pilot”: star Titus Welliver, who gives amazing texture to Harry Bosch, the decades-long star of Michael Connelly’s crime novels."

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