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Executive Producers Greg Plageman and Jonathan Nolan tease a Samaritan-dominated world and the resurrection of the Machine.
As was widely expected, the Jonathan Nolan-created "Person of Interest" will end its run on CBS after its still-to-debut fifth season.
Although they're not sure whether Season 5 will be their last, the stars of the CBS techno-crime drama assure fans that it will be their most dramatic.
NYCC: WBTV Takeover: "Gotham," "Legends of Tomorrow," "Blindspot," "Supergirl" and "Person of Interest"
NYCC concludes with a massive panel featuring five WBTV series, including DC Comics-based shows "Gotham," "Supergirl" and "Legends of Tomorrow."
Star Michael Emerson and executive producer Greg Plageman explain why a 13-episode Season 5 is a good thing, and how they'd go about crossing over with "Elementary's" Sherlock Holmes.
At Comic-Con International, the cast and crew of "Person of Interest" teased what -- and who -- will be part of the 13-episode fifth season.
CBS has reduced the episode order for the crime drama, which not that long ago was viewed as a breakout series.
The cast and crew of the CBS crime drama gathered to discuss the guest appearance this week by the “Empire" star,
The actor, known for his roles in Million Dollar Arm and The Internship, will play a CEO in an episode of the CBS crime drama.
The cast and creators of the popular CBS drama discussed its past and looked toward its future at its Comic-Con International panel.
Executive Producer Greg Plageman, star Jim Caviezel and the cast of Person of Interest appeared at New York Comic Con, where they explained how the characters, and status quo, have changed in the CBS drama's third season.
Person of Interest showrunner Greg Plageman appeared at New York Comic Con with stars Jim Caviezel, Taraji P. Henson, Kevin Chapman, Amy Acker, and Sarah Shahi to tease what lies ahead for the hit CBS drama.
Creator Jonathan Nolan and the cast of the CBS thriller Person of Interest gathered for a PaleyFest panel to tease the arrival of new series regulars Sarah Shahi and Amy Acker, and the continued growth of Finch's Machine.
Creator Jonathan Nolan and the stars of Person of Interest dropped some clues about the upcoming third season of the hit CBS crime drama during Comic-Con International.
The creators and stars of Person of Interest talked at Comic-Con International about how the realities of surveillance and technology are catching up with the premise of their CBS drama.
At WonderCon in Anaheim, showrunners took fans behind the scenes of The Walking Dead, The Vampire Diaries, The Big Bang Theory, Falling Skies, Teen Wolf and Person of Interest.
During New York Comic Con, Person of Interest co-stars Taraji P. Henson and Kevin Chapman teased the directions their characters are heading into with the second season of the hits CBS drama.
Creator Jonathan Nolan and the producers and cast of the hit CBS drama Person of Interest dished to fans at New York Comic Con about what to expect in the new season.