This article contains predictions for Amazon Prime FreeVee series Bosch: Legacy season 1, episodes 5 and 6.
Bosch: Legacy episode 4, “Horseshoes and Hand Grenades,” really starts to raise the stakes, and as we’re almost at the mid-point of the season, it would make sense. Here’s what happened:
- Maddie is haunted by the rape case she attended recently. She can’t get the victim’s face out of her head; replays the statement over in her mind — no matter what she does she cannot shift this feeling that she should be doing more to help her.
- Chandler takes on another defense case in the name of justice and wins, her client receiving a juicy $1.2million out-of-court settlement as a result of her efforts.
- Crate and Barrel return with a bit of freelancing on the Rogers case to help Bosch and Chandler, shedding some major light on Rogers’s activities in his attempts to pay back his Russian debts.
Bosch: Legacy season 1, episodes 5 and 6 release date
The next two episodes are scheduled to premiere on Amazon Prime’s FreeVee channel on Friday, May 13th, 2022. It’s the fifth and sixth of ten total episodes airing weekly between now and Friday, May 27th, 2022.
Where to watch online
As mentioned above, Bosch: Legacy episode 5 will air on Amazon Prime’s FreeVee channel. Membership is included for free within your Amazon account.
Episode 4 was full of bold moves, some of which paid off, whilst others may have landed certain characters in a lot of hot water that may be hard for them to get out of. Here’s what could happen next:
- With Bosch caught by Rogers’ crew, there’s no telling what could happen next. It all depends on whether Rogers sees him as a way out of his situation with the Russians, and if so, how he might be able to help with that. I feel like Bosch may have to make a choice between doing what he wants to do for his family versus what he needs to do for the greater good
- Maddie is going to have to make a decision about her career and the type of police officer she wants to be if she can’t get on top of these feelings she’s been having about the rape case. I think she may decide to specialize once she’s through her training program, as I get the feeling she wants to see things through as opposed to being a triage service.