On the surface Bosch sounds like every other TV cop show. There's a hard-ass cop who smokes too much, a murder that soon turns into a possible serial murderer and behind-the-scenes political intrigue.
And yet watching Bosch is like having a long soak in a warm bath or a firm but relaxing massage or eating a bar of chocolate. It makes you feel all warm and fuzzy and relaxed and is highly addictive.
Like seriously addictive.
To the point where you finish an episode and just want to watch the next one. Even better it has just 10 episodes in the 1st season which means it's perfect for a marathony binge.
It has an old-school film noir feel along with a gritty edginess, a superb cast including the much under-rated but always excellent Titus Welliver in the lead role, lots of twists and turns and red-herrings and the story pacing is taut, tight and rolls out the hits one by one.
Of course if you've read the books you're probably already aware of who Bosch is, if you haven't then you're in for a treat.
So remember the name and keep an eye for Bosch on your screens.