Person Of Interest: Season 3 (2013 - 2014)

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Critic Consensus: Person of Interest weaves compelling standalone stories into its engrossing serial narrative, and incorporates welcome bursts of humor into its sci-fi mystery core.

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Episodes

1
Air date: Sep 24, 2013
2
Air date: Oct 1, 2013
3
Air date: Oct 8, 2013
4
Air date: Oct 15, 2013
5
Air date: Oct 22, 2013
6
Air date: Oct 29, 2013
7
Air date: Nov 5, 2013
8
Air date: Nov 12, 2013
9
Air date: Nov 19, 2013
10
Air date: Nov 26, 2013
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Series 3 sees the re-emergence of highly intelligent computer hacker and contract killer Root who is used by The Machine to do tasks that it is unable to. Furthermore, an individual known only as "Control" emerges who uses The Machine to eliminate perceived terrorist threats but continues to eliminate anyone who knows about The Machine.

Cast

Amy Acker
as Root
Camryn Manheim
as Diane Claypool
Leslie Odom Jr.
as Peter Collier
Robert John Burke
as Officer Patrick Simmons
John Doman
as Garrison
Carrie Preston
as Grace Hendricks
Clarke Peters
as Alonzo Quinn
Brian Wiles
as Mike Laskey
Al Sapienza
as Det. Raymond Terney
Nestor Carbonell
as Matthew Reed
Diane Davis
as Jefferson
John Herrera
as Bodega Owner
Morgan Spector
as Peter Yogorov
Rayniel Rufino
as Bodega Gunman
Marc Damon Johnson
as Jesse Brandt
Robbie Tann
as Niall Jacobs
Lisa Kron
as Janet Wirth
Saul Rubinek
as Arthur Claypool
Joseph Daniel Coots
as Officer Tanner
Michael Gill
as LaPointe
Kelly Aucoin
as AUSA Langdon
Joey Sorge
as Uniform
Ari Butler
as Vigilance Tech
Adi Hanash
as Aziz Al-Ibrahim
Cortez Nance Jr.
as Disheveled Man
Tom Coiner
as Decima Tech
Tuck Milligan
as Finch's Father
John Wernke
as Agent One
Elisa Van Duyne
as Slapper #2
Tyler Bunch
as Homeless Guy
David Adams
as Another SWAT
Ryan Garbayo
as Male Receptionist
Laz Alonso
as Paul Carter
Melissa Sagemiller
as Sandra Nicholson
Annie Parisse
as Kara Stanton
Yul Vázquez
as Cyrus Wells
Elaine Tan
as Kelli (Jiao) Lin
Jaiden Kaine
as Federal Agent
Kate Sullivan
as Anchor #1
Ross Ruben
as Umarov
Bruce Altman
as Dr. Carmichael
Nicholas Kohn
as Detention Guard #1
Lipica Shah
as Secretary's Assistant
Maurice DuBois
as Anchor #2
Kwoade Cross
as Taylor Carter
Matt Dellapina
as Officer Brady
Henri Lubatti
as Agent Alain Bouchard
Andrew Dolan
as Forensic Specialist
Colin Donnell
as Billy Parsons
Paige Turco
as Zoe Morgan
Crystal Kellogg
as Slapper #3
Amr El-Bayoumi
as Legionnaire #3
Robert L. Gorman
as Annoyed Man
Mark Light Orr
as FBI Guard
Jim Watkins
as Reporter #1
Jay O. Sanders
as Special Counsel
David Alan Basche
as Wayne Kruger
Barrett Doss
as Trainee
Peter Rini
as Dr. Carr
Chagmion Antoine
as Reporter #2
Paul O'Brien
as Judge Andrew Monahan
Maceo Oliver
as NYPD Patrolman
Alec Beard
as UN Guard #1
Rey Valentin
as Jack Salazar
Sean McCarthy
as Lee Fusco
Tyler Evans
as Detective Macintyre
Jennifer Lim
as Bank Manager
Maechi Aharanwa
as Gate Agent
Steve Lord
as Skinhead
Gary Basaraba
as Stu Sommers
Kathleen Rose Perkins
as Vanessa Watkins
Annika Boras
as Nicole Townsend
Gavin Stenhouse
as Detective Jake Harrison
Warren Blosjo
as Ian Murphy
Kirk Acevedo
as Timothy Sloan
Lucy Martin
as Older Lady
Neil Jackson
as Rick Dillinger
Alano Miller
as RJ Phillips
Paul Urcioli
as Barry Timmons
Danielle Kotch
as Genrika Zhirova
Chris Bert
as Young Harold
Chloe Cheng
as Kai Lin
Jennifer Ikeda
as Dr. Rachel Jensen
Tom Degnan
as Agent Easton
Marc Kudisch
as Businessman
Lee Tergesen
as Det. Petersen
Anthony Mangano
as Detective Kane
Joseph Mazzello
as Daniel Casey
Ron Raines
as Bruce Wellington
Danielle Di Vecchio
as Capt. Divecchio
Paul Ben-Victor
as Dr. Gary Cameron
Michael Zlabinger
as Transport Operative A
James Hindman
as Museum Director
Kyle Sutton
as Alex Wiley
Khalil Kain
as Officer Lin
Jessica Hecht
as Psychiatrist
Dustyn Gulledge
as Parkway Russian Passenger
Julian Shatkin
as Aaron Hollenberg
Casey Siemaszko
as Lester Strickland
Rachel Oyama
as Veronica
Sarah Ellis
as Jennifer Restivo
Donnie Keshawarz
as Nick Breckenridge
Aaron Staton
as Hayden Price
Luis Da Silva Jr.
as Trinitario Leader
Joseph Parks
as Vadim Loginov
Dan Amboyer
as Don Juan
Parker Brightman
as Young Harold Finch
Donnie Kehr
as Senior Officer
Aleksander Mici
as Parkway Russian Driver
Ross Degraw
as Blake Ransone
Shannon Sullivan
as Karen Mills
Megan Byrne
as Museum Staffer
Dillan Arrick
as Haley McNabb
Michael Esper
as Jason Greenfield
Jennifer Ferrin
as Natalie Boal
David Wolos Fonteno
as Hospital Resident
Nambi E. Kelley
as Claypool's Nurse
Kathleen McNenny
as Gina Kincaid
Akim Black
as Corner Boy #1
Joseph Kent
as Stephen Tyrone Williams
Kevin O'Rourke
as Specops Psychologist
Nick Dillenburg
as Armed Guard
Bradford Cover
as Aubrey Hayes
Sean Dougherty
as Masked Man A
Joe Urban
as Biker #1
Alma Cuervo
as Diane Claypool
Bruce Winant
as QMI Manager
Anthony Criss
as Reginald "Reverb" Marshall
Jun Naito
as Murakami
Jeb Kreager
as Detective Stan Mitchell
Tom Tammi
as Neal Jenkins
Anthony 'Treach' Criss
as Reginald "Reverb" Marshall
Paul Woodburn
as Ed the Guard
Nikiya Mathis
as Operator A
Gregory Wooddell
as Eric Mathers
Brett G. Smith
as Team Leader
Bridget Ann White
as Deedee Kruger
Jesse Jensen
as Operator B
Emily Hsu
as Olivia
Tony Ward
as Officer Vogel
Cullen R. Titmas
as HR Detective
Luis Scott
as Soda Boy
Richard Brooks (VI)
as Lead Marshal Pollack
John Eric Parker
as Security Officer
Ben Horner
as Jarhead #1
Richard Brooks
as Lead Marshal Pollack
Kohler McKenzie
as US Marshal #1
Sekou Laidlow
as Swabbie #1
Tim Jerome
as Ancient Banker
Tony Naumovski
as Russian Thug #1
Ben Livingston
as Lead FBI Agent Barnes
Peter Brouwer
as Auctioneer
Cosmo Pfeil
as Devil Dog #1
Daniel Cosgrove
as Jeremy Watkins
Damian Young
as Therapist
David H. Holmes
as Ketamine Tweaker #1
Regi Huc
as Ready Team One
Tommy Walker
as Limo Driver
Tre Jamison
as Young Taylor Carter
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News & Interviews for Person Of Interest: Season 3

Critic Reviews for Person Of Interest Season 3

All Critics (11) | Top Critics (3)

Season Three adds another partner to the team (Sarah Shahi as a coolly efficient former CIA assassin), turns Root into a wary ally, and most dramatically kills off a trusted and beloved ally, a loss that sends the reliable Reese into a dramatic tailspin.

Oct 6, 2016 | Full Review…

It truly is a masterpiece of modern action TV that is smart and flows at a satisfying pace that will keep you on the edge of your seat for most episodes.

May 16, 2014 | Full Review…

Last night's episode of Person of Interest may fall into my top five for the show.

Oct 23, 2013 | Full Review…

It did deliver on the humor infused action and great one-liners from Reese.

Oct 3, 2013 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

A smart show that keeps getting smarter, Person Of Interest evolved from a procedural with a twist into something entirely itself: a well-paced, tightly constructed sci-fi thriller that continually questions its assumptions.

Dec 24, 2013 | Rating: A- | Full Review…
Top Critic

Person of Interest... has doubled down on its intrigue to hastily evolve from a bland procedural with a nifty visual aesthetic... into a solid action-thriller that intersperses twist-filled standalone episodes into its season-long arcs.

Oct 17, 2013 | Rating: 3/4 | Full Review…

The fun and entertaining element hasn't been deleted, the characters are continuing to grow, Shaw and Root add interesting new aspects to the core story and the teases of the Machine have me intrigued to know what's coming.

Sep 26, 2013 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

One of the nice things about Person of Interest is that, for all its techno-patina and its master-criminal overlay, the cases themselves are often nicely person-sized.

Sep 25, 2013 | Full Review…

All in all though, an enjoyable outing.

Sep 25, 2013 | Rating: 7.8/10 | Full Review…

Sounds like we're off to a strong start. Color me interested.

Sep 25, 2013 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Person Of Interest: Season 3

Incredibly ambitious, Season 3 of Person of Interest is daring and full of provocative science fiction issues. While John and Shaw work with Harold to save people whose numbers comes up, the Machine tasks Root with a mysterious objective separate from the numbers; meanwhile an organization called Decima works on building a second machine that could undermine everything that Harold and John have been working for. This season's story arcs continue to question the nature of A.I. and explore what its implications are for human/civil rights. Still, most of the episodes stick to the case-of-the-week format (at least in the A Story), which are action-packed and full of intrigue. Remarkably thrilling, the third season of Person of Interest raises the stakes, delivering a game changing finale that opens up Pandora's Box.

DannM

Super Reviewer

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