An officially dead former-CIA agent teams up with a mysterious billionaire to help in the fight against crimeheir own brand of vigilante justice.
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Runtime: 60 mins
Show Status: Continuing
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Kevin Chapman - Detective Lionel Fusco
Michael Emerson - Harold Finch
Elizabeth Marvel - Alicia Corwin
Susan Misner - Jessica Arndt
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Robert John Burke - Simmons
Michael Kelly - Mark Snow
Brennan Brown - Special Agent Donnelly
Al Sapienza - Detective Terney
Anthony Mangano - Detective Kane
David Valcin - Scarface
Paige Turco - Zoe Morgan
Brett Cullen - Nathan Ingram
Mark Margolis - Gianni Moretti
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John Fiore - Captain Womack
Annie Parisse - Cara Stanton
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Allan Louis - Detective Olson
Mike Houston - Officer Fordes
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Review: Person of Interest - You Are Being Watched!
Jim Caviezel, better known for playing the role of Jesus in Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Crist, is the central figure in CBS's TV series Person of Interest. Already on its second series, viewers and critics very well receive Person of Interest, and we can assume more seasons will follow. Jonathan Nolan and J.J. Abrams are the writers behind Person of Interest, and as you would expect they do a very good job on developing this TV series.
John Reese, brilliantly performed by Jim Caviezel, is a former CIA agent that the agency thinks to be dead. He lives the life of a homeless person in New York after an incident we learn little about but which left him scarred and unwilling to seek help or even the company of people. Harold Finch, a very rich computer genius that has developed a very special surveillance program, contact John Reese and gives him a reason to live. Finch approaches Reese because he considers him well trained and capable of helping with various situations that require the help of an experienced CIA filed agent and a former Green Beret.
Finch's surveillance program is able to combine the information gathered from many sources, including all surveillance cameras and even laptop webcams, in order to predict terrorist attacks. The government is very keen to have the program assist them in preventing future terrorist attacks but has no interest in the rest of the crimes the program seems to be able to predict. This is where Finch considers John Reese could be of help and convinces him to join him in addressing the cases considered irrelevant by the government.
Action packed Person of Interest manages to keep viewers entertained each and every episode. Furthermore, the plot twists are sure to keep viewers wondering what course of action will Finch and Reese follow. Person of Interest is surely one of the most fun to watch TV series to be produced in the late years.
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