Bosch season 6 includes Chicago Justice’s Richard Brooks and Chicago Med’s D.W. Moffett as recurring players in the Amazon Prime Video drama.
One Chicago fans will want to check out the newly released Bosch season 6 on Amazon Prime Video, as two Chicago alums have significant roles in the new season.
Season 6, which dropped Friday exclusively on Amazon, includes Chicago Justice actor Richard Brooks reprising his role of Dwight Wise. Dwight’s name gets dropped in the middle of an LAPD investigation, making things complicated for his friend Jerry Edgar (series regular Jamie Hector).
Brooks appeared in the Chicago Justice episode “Uncertainty Principle” playing former Assistant District Attorney Paul Robinette, a role that he originated on Law & Order.
He guest stars in Episodes 2, 5, and 7-9 of Bosch‘s ten-episode season.
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But he’s not the only one who will interest Chicago fans. D.W. Moffett, who recurred in several Chicago Med seasons as Cornelius Rhodes, also turns up in multiple Bosch episodes.
Moffett portrays Jack Killoran, a Los Angeles businessman who is running against police chief Irvin Irving (series star Lance Reddick) for Mayor. Not unlike Cornelius, Jack is smarmy and causes all kinds of problems in order to get what he wants.
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It’s Moffett’s second TV role since Cornelius, the father of Dr. Connor Rhodes (Colin Donnell), was killed off Chicago Med last season. The actor also appeared in two episodes of How to Get Away with Murder.
He makes his first appearance in Episode 5, and has significant screen time in Episodes 9 and 10 as the mayoral election is resolved.
The casting of Brooks and Moffett are the latest connections between the Amazon crime drama and the One Chicago franchise. Bosch star Titus Welliver had a pivotal Chicago PD role playing an old nemesis for Hailey Upton (Tracy Spiridakos) in season 5. And Chicago Med showrunners and executive producers Diane Frolov and Andrew Schneider were writer-producers on Bosch during its second season.
While they don’t have any involvement in Bosch season 6, the series is well worth the time for anyone who fondly remembers either Richard Brooks or D.W. Moffett’s time in the Chicago world or just wants something new and exciting to stream.
It’s easily the best original series Amazon has, and with the company usually offering some kind of Amazon Prime free trial, you can stream it in a weekend for free. Watch the Bosch season 6 trailer below and then check the series out here.
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