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Person of Interest: The Fifth And Final Season
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Person of Interest: The Complete Fifth and Final Season (DVD)
For years, the Person of Interest team of tech genius Harold Finch, ex-agent John Reese, NYPD Detective Lionel Fusco, cyber-hacker Root and missing-in-action operative Sameen Shaw have been protected by The Machine, but as worlds collided and a rival AI known as Samaritan finally cornered The Machine inside the nation’s power grid, it was the POI team’s turn to protect Finch’s creation. In season five, the cold war is over. The world around us might look the same, but something has drastically changed. Samaritan’s lethal “correction” has initiated its control. Finch’s Machine is essentially dead. Shaw is still missing. And the team is once again hiding in plain sight. But with Samaritan’s invisible grip tightening everywhere, will Finch be able to rebuild and resurrect The Machine? And if he does, will it be the same Machine when it comes back online?]]>
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POI is altogether different and in a good way. I suspect this is owed to its creators most notably Jonathan Nolan. Nolan and his brother Christopher were the driving force behind the Dark Knight Trilogy. POI deals with substantive issues. Most notably the dangers and risk of building a true thinking machine. The heretofore unseen protagonist of this show is only known as "The Machine". For those of us who think of the ramifications of building such a device this is the core of the show.
POI is insightful, witty and often times downright scary. It is easily the best show on network television.
So what's left? BBC Specials, BBC series like "New Tricks with the original cast, quirky series like "Eureka" and old TV series that were better than anything made today. I've even found myself enjoying Shakespearean DVD's.
And now I find myself totally attached to Person of Interest. Wouldn't you know the "brain trust" at CBS is cancelling the show. I am reminded why I have very little faith or interest in American TV.
If you are new to the show, at least read the synopses (one-liners though they may be) from the beginning and/or find reviews that provide synopses. You will then understand the brilliance of this season.
Oh why does it have to be the final season? Well, back to watching only PBS, Masterpiece, and shows from Sweden, Denmark, etc. If the British can continually produce QUALITY dramatic and comedic shows, I am saddened that one our own best, Person of Interest, has been pulled. For shame.