Saying that a lot of interest has been surrounding Person of Interest is an understatement, and a bit of a redundancy. But it's true. The CBS drama has been pegged as one of this year's hugely anticipated shows, thanks to the brains behind it: J.J. Abrams and Jonathan Nolan.
While we know enough to expect something great from those two, we've got news on what audiences should really expect on the show. Look away now if you want to be surprised, because we've got lots of Person of Interest spoilers below.
After the premiere, Person of Interest gives us a taste of the afterlife with episode 1.02 "Ghosts." Reese (Jim Caviezel) and Finch (Michael Emerson) receive the Social Security number of someone long gone. The Machine feeds them information on a teenager who was killed a couple of years ago, making both men wonder if there's any truth to it.
Anyone think the kid faked his death? Sounds a little like Reese, if anything. Maybe they'll find common ground, assuming the duo gets to the bottom of the ghost's identity.
Other than that, the episode will also feature a brief history of The Machine. Finch recalls the stages of its development and we'll see just how it all came to be. We can't be sure just yet, but how is it possible that one man managed to create such an intricate device?
We've also got the next episode as one of our Person of Interest
spoilers. According to SpoilerTV
, "Mission Creep" leads Reese and Finch on the hunt to a former Marine. They're not safe though, as they get involved in a heist that might put their lives in danger. Worse, Detective Carter (Taraji P. Henson) might just be on their trail. Will she ever catch up with them? What happens if she does?
For now, let's skip to episode 1.08, which insiders say is called "Foe". Apparently, it's some sort of German-themed episode involving a man named Kohl, this killer who can't be stopped. But we're sure Reese and Finch will find a way to stop him, right?
Now to round up this bunch of Person of Interest
spoilers, we heard from TV Guide
that there's more to Finch than we think. Michael Emerson himself said so himself: "I thought originally that this is a reclusive character. But he is a far bolder and more active character."
Wonder what that's about. Maybe it means he and Reese will butt heads somehow, since that's inevitable. Until then, catch Person of Interest
every Thursday at 9pm on CBS.(Image courtesy of CBS)