I will have to admit I was a little disappointed with the show. I had heard it was a great story, groundbreaking even. I wouldn’t say it was that good, and because of the hype I probably didn’t like it as much as I might have.
Titus Welliver though is a good actor, and he is what does propel the story. He did keep me interested during the slower parts of the story.
There is also a little bit of difference from the normal police procedural. Unlike shows like “Blue Blood” who are families of cops, and have no idea what it is like to not be a cop (because the writers are so far up the “blue line” ass they don’t know reality), this shows cops that are not up for being in the job and that Bosch himself will do the right thing. He doesn’t really pull the “think blue line” too much, and I did appreciate that.
Pros: Good acting overall, some interesting bits in the story.
Cons: Way overhyped. This was what made the negative issues that much larger.
It was good enough I will watch season 2.