Want more “Bosch: Legacy?” Well, you’re in luck because Freevee, Amazon’s ad-supported sister platform, has announced the freshman series, which wrapped up its inaugural season last month, has been renewed! Ryan Pirozzi, co-head of content and programming at the streamer, told Variety, “It was easy to greenlight the second season of ‘Bosch: Legacy,’ after execs saw the 10-episode first season. We’re ecstatic with the new show.” As is pretty much everyone else! A continuation of the beloved, long-running Amazon procedural “Bosch,” the spinoff has earned 100% Tomatometer and 92% Audience scores on Rotten Tomatoes, with fans anxiously clamoring for more!
Based upon Michael Connelly’s best-selling series of books, “Legacy’s” sophomore run will bring the powerhouse author’s 2015 novel “The Crossing” to life, with leading man Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch (Titus Welliver) continuing in his new endeavor as a private eye following his retirement from the LAPD. Episodes are set to begin airing at some point next year.
Also debuting in 2023? The reimagined Joannes Brothers Company Building, a historic Beaux-Arts style structure in downtown Los Angeles that played a significant role on “Legacy,” serving as the home of Vibiana Veracruz (Roxana Brusso), the heir to billionaire Whitney Vance (William Devane), one of Harry’s first clients. As is the case with most spots featured on “Bosch” and “Bosch: Legacy,” both of which very truthfully showcase the City of Angels, the building is precisely where it is purported to be – in the heart of the Arts District at 800-810 Traction Ave.
In truth, the Joannes Brothers Co. Building is a complex made up of two structures – a five-story concrete and terra cotta property addressed 800 Traction and an adjacent two-story brick edifice numbered 810 Traction. Most recently consisting of 11 live/work loft spaces in 63,100 square feet, the complex is currently being transformed into a luxe mixed-use development known as the Ben Hur Building.