A postcard-perfect day in lower Manhattan is shattered by mass hysteria as hordes of office workers run screaming from a building. Passersby watch with a mix of awe and trepidation when, suddenly, Jim Caviezel's John Reese emerges, receiving and relating instructions via his trusty earpiece seconds before the scene comes to an end.
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Over the last few episodes, CBS' Person of Interest has done something rather, well, interesting.
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The hit freshman procedural has taken Taraji P. Henson's Detective Carter — the cop who spent the first half of the season hot on the trail of vigilantes Reese (Jim Caviezel) and Finch (Michael Emerson) — and turned her into the high-tech duo's partner in vigilantism. Creator and executive producer Jonathan Nolan acknowledges that, at the request of CBS, the twist has happened faster than he originally intended, but he insists it was always in the back of his mind.
"The pitch from the very beginning with this character was that you'd start with a little bit of Tommy Lee Jones from The Fugitive, and you'd wind up with a character closer spiritually to Commissioner Gordon," Nolan tells TVGuide.com...
Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson have already had a long day. They're shooting the first scene of a new Person of Interest episode featuring their ...
CBS has released behind-the-scenes videos of five of its new shows, including J.J. Abrams' new thriller Person of Interest, Kat Dennings' sitcom 2 Broke Girls and Patrick Wilson's drama A Gifted Man. The new midseason cop drama The 2-2 was announced, but not previewed at the upfront presentation Wednesday.
Upfronts: CBS releases fall schedule
Starring Michael Emerson, Person of Interest focuses on a billionaire (Emerson) who recruits a presumed-dead CIA agent (Jim Caviezel) to catch violent criminals...
CBS has shaken up its fall schedule, shifting CSI to Wednesdays to make room for J.J. Abrams' new thriller Person of Interest on Thursdays and moving The Good Wife to Sundays.
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Person of Interest gets the Thursdays-at-9 slot, which had been inhabited by CSI since 2001. The project reunites Abrams with ...