“Bosch: Legacy,” Freevee’s new “Bosch” spinoff, which concluded its inaugural season with the release of two episodes last night, has not been especially kind to Maddie Bosch (Madison Lintz), the daughter of the series’ titular character, LAPD-detective-turned-private-eye Hieronymus “Harry” Bosch (Titus Welliver). Not only has the rookie Hollywood Division patrol officer been written up for separating from her partner amid a pursuit, but she also leaves a suspect behind during a chase, allowing him to escape from custody, faces the tragic shooting of a fellow “boot” and finds herself enmeshed in a controversial police shootout resulting in a wrongful death lawsuit headed up by none other than her former employer/mentor, high-powered attorney Honey “Money” Chandler (Mimi Rogers).
And (spoiler!), as if all that isn’t enough, Maddie goes missing in the season finale’s last scene, the likely victim of the serial rapist who has been tormenting Thai Town. The cliffhanger ending is a significant departure from the modus operandi of the original series, which typically wrapped up each season in a nice little bow. Instead, “Bosch: Legacy” closes out with a close-up of Harry’s tormented face as he realizes that the screen covering his daughter’s bedroom window has been slashed, a tell-tale sign that her disappearance is the work of the Thai Town rapist.
It is a harrowing conclusion, to be sure. But as is the case with most storylines in the L.A.-centric franchise, which is based upon Michael Connelly’s best-selling series of books, a beautiful backdrop was chosen for the macabre action to play out. While the final season of “Bosch” saw Maddie living in a somewhat contemporary space with her then-boyfriend, pediatric ICU nurse Antonio Valens (Jonny Rios), by the time “Legacy” opens, she has moved on to a different love interest and a different apartment.
As first identified by 90210Locations, Maddie’s new digs, a Spanish-style complex with a grassy courtyard complete with a tiered fountain at its center, can be found at 5287 De Longpre Ave. in East Hollywood. (Please remember this is a private complex. Do not trespass or bother the residents or the property in any way.) It is, perhaps not surprisingly, situated in close proximity to Harry’s private detective office, which he is temporarily calling home throughout the season while his residence in the hills sits red-tagged following an earthquake.