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Person of Interest

Series Summary
Former CIA agent Reese (Jim Caviezel) -- now presumed dead -- and billionaire software genius Finch (Michael Emerson) join forces as a vigilante crime-fighting team. Using Finch's program, which employs pattern recognition to determine individuals who will soon be involved in violent crimes, they combine Reese's covert-operations training and Finch's money and cyberskills to stop crimes before they happen. Former Army Intelligence Support Activity operative Sameen Shaw joins the pair in their quest.

Air Dates: 2011 - Present

Genres: Crime drama

Network: CBS

  • Season 4, Ep. 22 : YHWH May 5, 2015

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    Root and Finch race to save the machine after Samaritan locates it; Reese is caught in a showdown between Elias and Dominic.

  • Season 4, Ep. 21 : Asylum Apr 28, 2015

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    Fusco and Reese are caught in a rivalry between two crime bosses, Elias (Enrico Colantoni) and Dominic (Winston Duke); a clue regarding Shaw's location may result in Root and Finch being caught in a trap.

  • Season 4, Ep. 20 : Terra Incognita Apr 14, 2015

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    Reese embarks on a dangerous personal journey when he tries to solve one of Detective Carter's cold cases.

  • Season 4, Ep. 19 : Search and Destroy Apr 7, 2015

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    Finch and Reese rush to protect a software chief executive officer when his behavior becomes erratic following an attack by a hacker.

  • Season 4, Ep. 18 : Skip Mar 24, 2015

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    Reese tries to protect a bounty hunter who continues to pursue her target despite a potential threat to her life; Finch puts his plan into motion.

critic reviews ( 3 )
fan reviews ( 3 )
  • The characters aren't terribly deep and the dialog doesn't take advantage of Emerson's and Caviezel's acting chops. show more

  • If Person of Interest can calibrate the relationship between the leads in a way that makes their interactions more compelling, and if the show finds ways to answer Nolan's questions in creative and unexpected ways, it could be CBS' next addictive drama. If it ends up being a post-9/11 version of 'The Equalizer,' then this person will quickly lose interest. show more

  • Person of Interest separates itself from the gimmick pack, not only because of superbly nuanced characterization and writing but also because of how it engages a post-9/11 sense of paranoia in its viewers. show more

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