Titus Welliver is back as Harry Bosch for the final instalment of Amazon’s longest-running original series, and the stakes have never been higher. Below we explain how to watch Bosch season 7 online and stream all eight episodes of this gripping police procedural right now.
Based on the series of novels by crime writer Michael Connelly, Bosch season 7 takes its cue from 2014’s The Burning Room. After the fire bombing of a house results in the death of five people – including a 10-year-old girl – Bosch is compelled to discover who’s responsible for the killings, following his famous credo that “everybody counts, or nobody counts.”
The investigation brings him into the orbit of neighborhood crime boss Gladys Rodriguez (Vanessa Born), “a female stringer bell” ready to execute anyone that gets in her way, while the life of Bosch’s daughter Maddie is endangered as she works on a high-profile case with attorney Honey Chandler (Mimi Rogers). We find detective Jerry Edgar (Jamie Hector) in a dark place after the death of Jacques Avril last season, but willing to help Bosch bring the perpetrators of the blaze to justice – no matter what.
Also starring Amy Aquino, Madison Lintz, and Lance Reddick, and developed by The Wire’s Eric Overmeyer, Bosch is a gritty look at human frailty and sin in the City of Angels. You can find out how to watch Bosch season 7 online below and stream this final season from anywhere. Series fans shouldn’t despair, however, because a spin-off is already planned for Amazon’s IMDB TV.
How to watch Bosch on Amazon Prime Video
There’ll be no waiting to find out how Bosch’s latest investigation imperils the eponymous detective and his family, as all eight episodes of the final season are now available to watch. For those needing a recap, you'll find the previous six seasons to stream on Amazon Prime Video, too.
If you’re new to the VOD service, or haven’t had an active account for 12 months or more, we've got great news: you can watch the entirety of season 7 and more without paying a thing as part of Amazon Prime’s 30-day FREE trial.
An Amazon Prime membership includes Amazon’s VOD service, in addition to ad-free music streaming, Prime Gaming, exclusive deals, and their famed free delivery service.
Then, should you decide to keep it after the free trial expires, Prime costs:
- US: $12.99 per month or $119 for the year
- UK: £7.99 per month or £79 for the year
- Canada: $7.99 per month or $79 for the year
- Australia: $6.99 per month or $59 for the year
Subscribers can access the service in web browsers, on smart TVs, iOS and Android smartphones/tablets, games consoles like the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One X, streaming boxes and dongles like those made by Roku, Amazon’s Fire TV devices, Apple TV, as well as a number of compatible Blu-ray players.
How to watch Bosch season 7 from abroad
If you're a Prime Video subscriber and find yourself stuck in a country where the service isn't available, or you can’t access the same content provided back home, then that's probably down to geo-blocking restrictions.
Luckily, there’s a simple solution. Downloading a VPN will let you to watch Bosch season 7 online no matter where you are, simply by changing your IP address to one that's back in your country of residence. Now, here's how to get started with this essential bit of streaming software.
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Daniel Pateman is a freelance writer, producing articles across the cultural spectrum for magazines like Aesthetica, Photomonitor, The Brooklyn Rail and This is Tomorrow. He also provides text-writing services to individual curators and artists worldwide, and has had work published internationally. His favourite film genre is horror (bring on Scream 5!) and he never tires of listening to Absolute 80s on the radio.