We are at the end of the road for Bosch season 4 and what an incredible journey it’s been.
Bosch season 4 review
We are at the second last episode of Bosch season 4 and there are so many balls in the air right now that we have no idea how they are going to land them all with only 2 episodes left.
We are coming up on the end of Bosch season 4 and even though they have Frank in custody for Elias’ murder Bosch is not convinced that they have the right man (and neither are we!).
Bosch was so sure that Frank Sheehan wasn’t the one to pull the trigger on Howard Elias’ murder, but the evidence is stacked so highly against him at the moment that even if he is innocent, it’s going to be next to impossible to prove it.
After a major character death many shows move on quickly like it never happened, but the aftereffects of losing Eleanor Wish continued to lingered for Bosch and Maddie.
The Eleanor Wish shocker is still haunting us as we move into Bosch episode 5 and we expect that it will still be haunting Bosch and Maddie as well.
Bosch season 4 episode 4 review: Eleanor Wish shocker leads to Titus Welliver’s Emmy worthy performance
When we last saw Harry Bosch he was talking to one of the cops accused of torturing Michael Harris named Frank Sheehan. He showed up at Bosch’s house late at night, drunk as a skunk and it wasn’t clear exactly what he planned to do.
Jumping into episode 3 of Bosch season 4 we are really getting worried for Eleanor Wish.
Bosch is on a new case and so far we are all in on it while Jerry is back to work and looking for who stole his comfy desk chair while he was on leave.
It’s been a while since we’ve had new episodes of Bosch but season 4 has landed and after the cliffhanger from last season we have been dying to know if Bosch is going to land the killer of his mother.