In Season 4, Bosch is even more of a procedural crime-solving show
Source: The New York Times
"The unhurried pace of Bosch can sometimes slow to a crawl, the writing can be workmanlike and the secondary story lines involving Bosch’s family or Los Angeles politics can be thin," Mike Hale says of the Titus Welliver-led Amazon series. "But when it errs, it errs on the side of literalness rather than falseness, of plainness rather than pretension. The show doesn’t require patience so much as relaxation. Surrender to its hard-boiled charms, and it will treat you right."
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