Mr. Finch (Michael Emerson), a mysterious billionaire, has developed a computer program that predicts the identity of people connected to violent crimes that will take place in the future. However, the program has its limitations: for example, it cannot predict whether the person will be a victim, perpetrator, or witness, nor can it predict when or where the crime will take place. Unable to stop the crimes on his own, Finch hires John Reese (Jim Caviezel), a former CIA agent who is presumed dead, to help stop the crimes from taking place.
When it isn’t foreshadowing real life events, "Person of Interest" shines in keeping you on your toes with the uncertainty over whether an episode’s person of interest or,"number", is the victim or perpetrator of the week. Some of the show’s best twists build off of this..."Person of Interest" starts off as your standard case-of-the-week procedural and, over four seasons, steadily escalates into a subversive, quasi-dystopian thriller rooted in the war between opposing AI gods. (Really.) But even before we get there, we’re treated to a weekly dose of good old fashioned action and espionage. Caviezel delivers most of the punches as the soft spoken, but totally badass Reese, and even spent time with Special Forces operatives to make it all look as genuine as possible.--Jessica Cariaga, Indie Wire, September 2, 2015
Chris Fisher, Richard J. Lewis, Fred Toye
Crime, Crime Drama, Drama
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