Person Of Interest: Season 4 (2014 - 2015)


Season 4
Person Of Interest

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Thought-provoking, grounded sci-fi makes season four of Person of Interest as compelling as it is timely.



Critic Ratings: 12


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Air date: Sep 23, 2014
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The fourth season of this crime drama begins with Finch (Michael Emerson), Reese (Jim Caviezel), Shaw (Sarah Shahi) and Root (Amy Acker) adapting to new identities created to protect them from Samaritan. However, the Machine continues to send out numbers, which puts their cover in jeopardy. Still, they continue investigating the numbers and the people attached to them, even while Samaritan grows stronger.


Amy Acker
as Root
John Doman
as Garrison
Paige Turco
as Zoe Morgan
Jessica Hecht
as Beth Bridges
Adria Arjona
as Dani Silva
Kevin Kilner
as Nick Dawson
Louis Lourens
as Samaritan Representative
Elizabeth Marvel
as Alicia Corwin
Michael J. Burg
as Department Store Floor Manager
Zachary Booth
as Adam Peterson
Mason Petit
as Albert Weiss
Patrick Kennedy
as Dr. Shane Edwards
Maddie Corman
as Ms. Thompson
Gregory Konow
as Beat Cop
Mike Figueroa
as Alex Ortiz
Roman Blat
as Oleg Luski
Katheryn Winnick
as Frankie Wells
Darren Lipari
as Officer Craig
Aasif Mandvi
as Rajiv Khan
Samantha Posey
as Pushy Student
Roman Blat
as Oleg Luski
Pedro Carmo
as Chad Bryson
Ayana Workman
as Receptionist
Brian Russell
as Chief Wicker
Daniel McCabe
as Hipster Geek
Ohene Cornelius
as The Armorer
Alexie Gilmore
as Rachel Farrow
Ato Essandoh
as Ray Pratt
Elia Monte-Brown
as Kelly Brewer
Quinn Meyers
as Barista
Jeff Solomon
as Mr. Needlehoe
Emrhys Cooper
as Young Greer
Jessica Leccia
as Linda Khan
Tom Greer
as Det. Walsh
Jason Ritter
as Simon Lee
Jeff LaMarre
as Carlton Worthy
Brendan Burke
as Jackass Biker
Michael Bryan French
as Governor Murray
Chris Santangelo
as Jumpy Jerry
Josh Salt
as Terrified Man
John Preston
as Admitting Physician
Antoine Harris
as Street Tough #1
Ned Van Zandt
as Kevin Hatch
Timothy Smallwood
as Businessman
Antoine Harris
as Street Tough #1
Elena McGhee
as Housekeeper
Caris Vujcec
as Michelle Perez
Veronica Reyes
as Girlfriend
Andrew Criss
as Referee
Mark St. Cyr
as Airport Cop
Lillias White
as Judge Reginald
Ryan Buggle
as Sebastian
Daniel J. Watts
as Marcus Young
John Sousa
as Bartender
Jake Silbermann
as Phil Lamm
James Le Gros
as Bruce Moran
Anthony Goes
as Associate
Anthony Arkin
as Mike Fisher
Steve Beauchamp
as Moving Truck Driver
Jonathan Walker
as Joseph Nicasso
Rich Topol
as Phillip Ward
Mickey Solis
as Renaldo
Oliver Henzler
as Banks Van Hess
Greg McFadden
as Businessman
Patrick Brana
as Gym Front Desk Guy
Guyviaud Joseph
as Security Guard
Clem McIntosh
as Supervisor)
Daniel Hepner
as London Broker
Victoria Arbiter
as News Reporter
Eddie Clark
as Fake Evidence Sergeant
Paul Niebanck
as Dean Reston
David Beach
as Douglas Rogers
Zarif Kabier
as Massoud
Fiona Choi
as Samaritan Tech
Brian Berrebbi
as Juror With Cell Phone
Jason Carvell
as NYPD Officer
Lorraine Farris
as Vault Receptionist
Andrew Polk
as University Dept. Chair
Edgar Ribon
as Uniformed Officer
Jasmin Walker
as Hotel Receptionist
Omar Rahim
as Hussain
Gameela Wright
as Single Mom
Jack Ferry
as Head Sentry
Robert Chang
as HK Mugger
Elizabeth Ingham
as Trophy Wife
Shawn Parsons
as Positivity Speaker
Jim Santangeli
as Hawaiian Shirt Guy
Shawn Parsons
as Positivity Speaker
Amanda Rising
as Caroline Mills
Ryan King
as Rance
Oriana Oppice
as Woman With List
Rebecca White
as Onlooker
Joe Curnutte
as Samaritan Operative
David Lavine
as Asinine Pundit
Yinka Adeboyeku
as Airport Masked Man #1
Samuel Joseph
as Trinitario Deputy
Malikha Mallette
as Cable News Anchor
Crawford Logan
as News Reporter
Cliff Moylan
as Shooting Victim
Kevin McGrue
as Masked Man #1
Eileen Faxas
as Newscast Host
Rich Duva
as Court Officer
Mia Caress
as Reporter
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Critic Reviews for Person Of Interest Season 4

All Critics (12) | Top Critics (2)

The battle for The Machine's life is a thrilling way to end Person of Interest Season 4. Everyone, including The Machine, is giving it everything they have.

Dec 3, 2018 | Full Review…

This season of Person of Interest has gently pushed the theme of adaptation.

Dec 3, 2018 | Full Review…

Shows like Person of Interest often struggle to keep things interesting as each new season arrives. Thankfully, 'Panopticon' has kept the show fresh, thrown up completely new dynamics and partnerships, and remains exciting.

Apr 30, 2018 | Full Review…

Season Four sends the team underground when the government hands the surveillance state apparatus over to a Samaritan, which is run by what is essentially a secret society in the guise of a multinational corporation.

Oct 6, 2016 | Full Review…

Person of Interest kicked off its fourth season with an action packed episode that gave us hope for the future of Team Machine, but revealed some of the challenges it will face.

Sep 24, 2014 | Full Review…

Person of Interest's mix of brainy sci-fi conspiracy and outrageous carnage is as intoxicating and entertaining as ever.

Sep 23, 2014 | Full Review…

It's clear the season offered something for everybody, with remarkably few duds in the 22-episode collection.

Aug 21, 2015 | Rating: 8/10 | Full Review…

The Season 4 premiere... is a decent demonstration of the show's charms: some action, some humor, some dystopian high-tech intrigue and an ensemble of actors who seem to be having fun and whose characters actually seem to care for one another.

Sep 25, 2014 | Full Review…

The new fall slate doesn't look very promising, but the misadventures of Reese and Finch stand out as shining beacons of light and leg wounds amidst the rest of the inevitable failures.

Sep 24, 2014 | Full Review…

The series' efforts to challenge itself and expand its scope season after season suggest that those involved know what they're doing.

Sep 24, 2014 | Rating: B+ | Full Review…
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Audience Reviews for Person Of Interest: Season 4

  • Sep 20, 2017
    There can not be a better story than what POI gave in this season. The season 4 has all the twists and humors what makes a show perfect.
  • Oct 30, 2016
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  • Jun 03, 2016
    The show really gets into its element as "Crime of the week" stories intermingle with the overarching plot lines of the season, where the well develop characters are portrayed very effectively by the cast, and tensions raise to intense levels. The show is truly in its element here, and the story writing is continually fabulous
  • Dec 11, 2015
    This escalated the right way from previous seasons. I wish this was the case with Season 1 which wasn't the best premiere season to have to a show with such harmonized cast. I can't wait for the upcoming season. But I hope it will be the last one.
  • Dec 06, 2015
    Great premise with a 5 star cast and writers.
  • Nov 30, 2015
    10/10 A+. Most fun I've had marathon watching a tv series after a long long time.
  • Nov 29, 2015
    CBS needs to get in touch with latent viewership. They are behind the times. Sometimes Internet TV watchers don't even find a show like this until it is set to be canceled. Great show!
  • Nov 02, 2015
    Good show, plenty of action and more revealed about the characters in this season.
  • Sep 10, 2015
    Excellent show. Suspenseful, interesting plot twists, good followup with scenarios that leave you hanging at the end of some shows. I hope they go 10 seasons+ !
  • Aug 10, 2015
    More people need to watch this!! Pulse-pounding action, sophisticated sci-fi themes, and a healthy dose of comedy make this one of the most under appreciated gems on television.

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