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The series has won over critics and critics alike with its unflinching depiction of the everyday life of an African American family in the 1960s, but it has also received mixed reviews from fans.
The season 6 finale of Bosch, the Emmy-winning series about a black family in Chicago, was released on Thursday.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, creator and executive producer Dan Fogelman said he has a soft spot for his show and said he is grateful to his fans for their support.
“I’m not sure I’d call it an emotional ride.
It’s a very serious ride,” Fogelman told EW.
“But I would say it’s an emotional journey.
I think it’s one of the best television series ever made, I think, and I think you’d be surprised at how deep it is.”
Boschan family members and relatives gathered outside the city’s City Hall to celebrate the finale, which was aired on the evening of Wednesday, Sept. 22, and featured a tribute video to Black History Month.
The scene where a white police officer confronts a Black family for a traffic violation in which one family member allegedly pushed a black child was seen by many viewers as a racially insensitive depiction of police brutality, according to The Atlantic.
In a post on Twitter, actress Alyssa Milano called the scene “racist and sad,” and called on viewers to stop watching the finale.
“We’ve been waiting a long time for the season 6 end,” Milano wrote.
“Boscha is a series about racism and brutality, and we can’t wait.”