This past Tuesday night saw the season finale of Person of Interest, a show that premiered in 2011 as basically just a high-concept vigilante show. By the time it ended, it had transformed the one of the best science fiction series ever broadcast. And it did it without ever losing its primetime, network-friendly…
When Lexa took a rando bullet to the tit on The 100, it highlighted a murderous trend on TV: for the life of them, lesbians could not survive. Since her death back in March, more than 12 other queer ladies have caught bullets with their chests, cars with their faces, and poison with their mouths. (Also some died…
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With five episodes already aired and seven episodes left in Person of Interest’s final season, we’re getting a very slow burn that we know can only end in tragedy. It’s the most stressful show on TV.
I’ve taken to calling yesterday Black Friday, because it seemed as though just about every television show out there met a grim end. So, what show are you going to miss the most?
Steven Universe is back for a four-week special event! The season finales of Vampire Diaries, Once Upon a Time, and The Last Man On Earth! Kevin Smith directs The Flash! And Person Of Interest gets a two-night event! Will any of it be worth it? Let’s find out, on This Week’s TV!
Harry Houdini and Arthur Conan Doyle team up to solve mysteries in a British-Canadian-U.S. co-production you’re probably only just hearing about! Person Of Interest’s fifth and final season! And what are these continuously promised deaths on Agents of SHIELD and Once Upon A Time? Let’s figure it out, on This Week’s TV!
For years, Person of Interest has been right on the cutting edge between commenting on current events and speculating about the future. With its final season, the show is depicting a futuristic nightmare—and yet, it’s also more topical than ever before. We talked to producers Jonathan Nolan and Greg Plageman, and they…
Summer always feels so full of things we should be doing, and yet, when there’s so much new television, why should we even bother to leave the house? There’s a bevy of new series about the supernatural, there are some welcome returns, including Mr. Robot. But this summer’s biggest show is the long-awaited Preacher—…
We’re just a few weeks away from Person of Interest closing out its run. And, if this trailer is any indication, they’ll do so in spectacular fashion.
Attention, Person of Interest fans: you may finally exhale. The long-anticipated fifth season of the show will begin May 3, after a year off the air. But while you’re clearing your Tuesday nights, better make room on Mondays, too. After the premiere, the show will move to twice-weekly airings, starting May 9.
We’re living in a goddamn Golden Age of television. But there’s also way too much TV to keep track of, and a few shows get the lion’s share of attention. So here’s our list of 16 recent TV shows that haven’t gotten their props. Time to start binge-watching!
A great love story can totally grab your heartstrings. But you know what is guaranteed to make you start sobbing like a drunken longshoreman? Friendship. Science fiction and fantasy are full of platonic relationships that punch you in the gut. So in no particular order, here are the 17 friendships most guaranteed to…
While he’s been helping with the promotion of Hulu’s 11.22.63, J.J. Abrams dropped some bad news on us: this upcoming season of Person of Interest is likely its last.
The wait has been agonizing. Time has moved as slowly as if we were trapped inside an overclocked computer simulation. But at last, the best science fiction show on broadcast TV in recent years will be complete on Netflix. A spokesperson confirms Person of Interest season four is available starting Dec. 30.
The biggest challenge for the new Star Wars was to make us love Rey and Finn as much as Luke and Han. Mission accomplished! But most of the time, when a venerable franchise introduces new characters, it’s a horrendous failure. Here are 10 long-running series that actually made us care about new characters.
Person of Interest season four ended in a very dark place. And it’s also an ending that seems to obliterated the show’s format, going forward. How do our heroes find out the Social Security Number of this week’s “Person of Interest” in this dire situation? We asked the show’s cast and producers.