Person of Interest: Season 1
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Jim Caviezel (The Thin Red Line), Michael Emerson (Lost) and Taraji P. Henson (Hustle & Flow) team up in this thought-provoking crime action drama from The Dark Knight's Jonathan Nolan and J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Productions (Fringe, Lost, Alias). Set in New York City, this procedural centers on an ex-CIA agent, presumed dead, who partners with a mysterious billionaire to prevent violent crimes.]]>
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JUST EDITED this review to add that I would LOVE to see "Person of Interest" added to the Amazon Instant Video Library. I would purchase the entire season AND also the DVD when it becomes available. This show is worth every penny, trust me.
Lets hope CBS recognizes just how well this story is done and keeps it around for more than one season.
I am surprised though that they are waiting this long to release the DVD. The DVD release is just prior (I believe) to the start of the 2nd season. I would have thought that, based on word of mouth from people telling their friends how good the series is, that the producers would want to get this DVD out sooner so people who didn't watch it could catch up. I'm sure they have their own reasons.
Regardless, an excellent show, and the best I've seen since 24. Of course can't comment on the quality of the DVDs or the extras (not released yet) but I have a feeling that I will be purchasing this DVD when it is released.
This show takes what seems like a stereotyped theme and really plays with it, leaving the watcher never quite sure what is going to happen next. Good balance between story line and character development.
The relationships move quickly and develop, flashbacks are never quite what you expected, and the typical pattern of "guys on the run who help people" theme never quite gets old because the writers never fall prey to routine.
They also refused to fall prey to the "stretching out the tension" routine. Hidden identities and tensions are often resolved within a couple of episodes rather than stretching them out for dramatic effect. New underlying hidden story lines suddenly emerge. For example, the romantic thing in "Castle" has been drawn out way too far, as well as the "death of Kate's mom" story line. Castle got boring (took two seasons). Burn notice got boring (took three seasons). Glades got boring Took one and a half seasons). we might like the characters, but its business as usual every episode.
But not Person of interest (so far). It keeps coming in fresh and things end at the most random and unexpected times. In a television world where stretching things out to appease the executives and advertisers is common (remember the 4th and 5th season of Lost?)Person of Interest so far has my undivided interest.
I highly recommend it.
The writing is great, and becomes increasingly complex, as well as consistently intelligent. Taraji P. Henson and Kevin Chapman are also very good in their roles. This show had me within the first 20 minutes and I'm totally hooked now. I only pray that CBS takes the hint from the fact they won the People's Choice Awards for favorite new TV drama and ensures a season 2 - this show deserves a long run.
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Excellent show! Love how there are complex, multi-dimensional plots each week. Getting more interesting with each episode.Published 2 days ago by Kruss
Nothing against the show but this was purchased from Amazon by accident and no way to undo it. We have a Netflix account and we're trying to watch this on Netflix with the Amazon... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Deborah Byrd
Outstanding TV!!!! Superbly well done with excellent acting and story lines.Published 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
From the first episode, this series stood head and shoulders above all the rest. The producers took an interesting 21st Century concept, and added intelligent scripts, brilliant... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Richard Kenyada
This is such a great show, and I was happy that I could find it for such a good price on this website, as it's much more expensive in other places. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Kellie K. Brown
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Not yet. Episode 22 reveals a more human side of Finch though, and shows just what he has given up for the sake of what he does.
Sep 9, 2012 by Matt | See all 6 posts
Yes, it's a cliffhanger, but the show has been renewed for Season 2. If you can wait until then, you'll be OK!
May 25, 2012 by N E Terrel | See all 5 posts
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They have the same bonus features. The Blu-Ray set has four BD's and six DVD's so basically you're buying two copies of the show. Otherwise I'm sure the picture quality is superior to the DVD version. I've added a link to a review of the Blu-Ray... Read More
Sep 8, 2012 by Jordan Strange | See all 3 posts
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