Person of Interest

Created by one of the most remarkable screenwriters and directors Jonathan Nolan, Person of Interest is a science-fiction drama show that centers on the team-up of a former CIA agent John Reese, and a billionaire genius, Harold Finch. This also involves a high-tech surveillance computer called "The Machine", which is capable of providing the social security number of either a victim or a perpetrator. Since The Machine, which is created by Harold Finch, only provides the social security number, the two main characters have to work together to find the person of interest in order to prevent violent crimes from happening. This TV series features five seasons, and it was first aired in 2011.


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Age rating:
TV-14
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Genre:
Drama, Action & Adventure, Crime, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
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Network:
CBS
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Stars:
Jim Caviezel, Taraji P. Henson, Kevin Chapman

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    Anonymous
    July 24, 2018
    "After finishing the first season, I was thinking that what if it really happens? I mean it's kind of possible that there are people who know what we're doing, texting, gathering secret info and other private stuff. Anyways, I've only finished that first season and planning to continue watching because John Reese is such a superhero!!"
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    Anonymous
    July 25, 2018
    "a close friend of mine told me to watch this because it's Jonathan Nolan's creation. All his creations so far are great and now that I'm in the second season of POI, I already got hooked. Planning to finish the entire second season this weekend"
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    Anonymous
    July 5, 2018
    "I liked this show. It's like Minority report in some sense. Too bad the show was canceled. Jim Caviezel, a great actor, was really at his best here."
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