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Devil in the House 

As the Task Force tries to clear the growing number of suspects, they discover a potentially explosive false alibi. Det. Santiago Robertson must put his personal relationships aside for the... See full summary »

Director:

Alex Zakrzewski

Writers:

Michael Connelly (based on the novels by), Eric Ellis Overmyer (developed for television by) (as Eric Overmyer) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Titus Welliver ... Harry Bosch
Jamie Hector ... Jerry Edgar
Amy Aquino ... Lt. Grace Billets
Sarah Clarke ... Eleanor Wish
Madison Lintz ... Maddie Bosch
Lance Reddick ... Irvin Irving
John Getz ... Bradley Walker
Paul Calderon ... Jimmy Robertson
Mimi Rogers ... Honey Chandler
Troy Evans ... Detective Johnson
Gregory Scott Cummins ... Detective Moore (Crate)
Jamie McShane ... Francis Sheehan
David Hoflin ... Detective Doug Rooker
Winter Ave Zoli ... Amy Snyder
Tamberla Perry ... Gabriella Lincoln
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Storyline

As the Task Force tries to clear the growing number of suspects, they discover a potentially explosive false alibi. Det. Santiago Robertson must put his personal relationships aside for the sake of the case. Edgar struggles rebalancing work and family. Bosch has an unlikely late night visitor.

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Crime | Drama

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Release Date:

13 April 2018 (USA) See more »

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Fabrik Entertainment See more »
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Barry Shabaka Henley portrays retired RHD detective Terry Drake. Shabaka is a veteran actor who has appeared in nearly 100 TV shows and films, including a number of Michael Mann films. See more »

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Can't Let Go
Written by Jesse Nolan
Performed by Caught a Ghost
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Does Eleanor Have a Death Wish
14 April 2018 | by HitchcocSee all my reviews

Harry continues to work between a rock and a hard place. Because of his personal integrity, he is one of the few that will blow the whistle on bad cops, if they are the ones responsible for the murder he is investigating. Meanwhile, demonstrators are vilifying the police, thinking they murdered the high profile black lawyer. One the side, Eleanor is getting in deeper and deeper with these Chinese guys. She seems fearless in the most severe circumstances. Harry is not her confidante and she is forging ahead, with little regard for Maddie's life and future. J. Edgar is itching to get back and is trying to convince himself that he can handle the dangerous world he has barely survived. Also, Irving is trying to feel his way through the controversies surrounding his office. It's moving along very nicely.


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