"Liberty": The Machine, now completely self-governed with its whereabouts unknown, resumes giving Finch its ?irrelevant? numbers for people in danger, which include a U.S. naval officer in town for Fleet Week. However, with so many sailors flood more
What’s harder than finding a needle in a haystack? Finding one particular member of the Navy during Fleet Week in New York City.
That is the task in store for Finch in the season three premiere of Person of Interest , “Liberty.&rdqu more
At Comic-Con last week, I was able to participate in roundtable interviews with Kevin Chapman , Sarah Shahi , and new series regular Amy Acker for Person of Interest season three. Chapman talked about Fusco&rsquo more
"God Mode" didn't quite reach the heights of last year's Season 1 finale, but it put the show in a great place for Season 3. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/person-of-interest-season-2-finale-review-run-free-little-machine-136820364882/
Season finales like "God Mode" are the kind that make you wish they'd been two hours instead of one. There was a lot of good stuff going on here, but part of it still felt rushed, especially the way they wrapped up Carter's story. The flashbacks to 2010 a more
I keep rewriting the first sentence of this review because I am not sure where to start in discussing last night’s season finale of Person of Interest. We got a lot of information on The Machine’s history and Finch’s relationships with Nathan and Grace, b more
If Person of Interest Season 2 wanted to go out with a major cliffhanger leaving us desperate to see what was next, " Zero Day " would have been a great candidate. And yet after speaking with series creator and one of the writers of the finale, Jonathan N more