Person Of Interest: Season 1 (2011-2012)
Critic Consensus: Person of Interest is a well made and well acted espionage procedural, though its characters aren't terribly well developed and its intriguing premise yields mixed results.
An ex-CIA hitman and a scientist team up to prevent crimes before they happen.
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as Detective Stills
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as Mrs. Kovach
as Charles Robinson
as Police Officer
as Detective Padilla
as Miller's Son
as Defense Attorney
as Detective Kane
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It would be nice to see some character add a little humor, pizazz, and lighthearted spirit to the show in order to contrast Reese and Finch's dark and shadowy selves.
The series hasn't lived up to the hype, instead falling into that niche of shows that are just good enough to make you wish they were better.
There is nothing wrong with a well-made action TV series, and Person of Interest delivers in that respect.
Person of Interest's premise triggers some interest but could be hard-pressed to sustain it on a very competitive night.
Person of Interest re-works the mystery genre that has becomes such a staple (particularly on CBS) in a fresh way.
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