From The Dark Knight’s Jonathan Nolan and J. J. Abrams comes the Primetime Emmy-nominated crime action drama Person of Interest: The Complete Third Season. After Season Two’s shocking events, The Machine is now completely self-governed and hidden from all. It resumes providing social security numbers of the “person(s) of interest,” and reclusive billionaire computer genius Harold Finch and ex-CIA operative John Reese team with rogue agent Samantha Shaw to save lives and seek justice. With more unknowing targets of violent crime primed for rescue, they confront staggering challenges. Meanwhile, NYPD Detectives Carter and Fusco continue to aid them and finally get closer to unraveling the criminal police conspiracy “HR.” Just as they take down HR, the team suffers a devastating loss that threatens to tear them apart for good. Former enemy -- and now highly-tuned confederate of The Machine -- Root becomes an uneasy ally when the team uncovers Samaritan, a second surveillance apparatus owned by Decima, to rival The Machine is on the verge of activation. The team must hurry to stop Samaritan from coming online before they are all destroyed.
Bonus features include episode commentary by series star Michael Emerson, a gag reel, a digital comic based on each episode, “Bear On Set,” a short piece on the team’s “adopted” dog, and two featurettes. “Person of Interest: The Future of A.I.” includes interviews with the creators of Person of Interest about how real life technology is showcased within the show; the piece also speaks with leading A.I experts from prestigious universities and institutions to see where the world is heading and how close fiction is to fact. “Saying Goodbye to Carter,” highlights Detective Carter and her impact on the show as well as the Person of Interest team as her character exits.
Person of Interest: Season 4 premieres on CBS on Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 10/9c.
- “Liberty” - The third season opens as the Machine—still missing but now completely self-governed—resumes providing "irrelevant" numbers for people who will be involved in violent crimes, starting with a U.S. naval officer who's in New York for Fleet Week. Elsewhere, Carter goes after the corrupt police organization HR; and Root tests the boundaries of the asylum.
- “Nothing to Hide” - A number comes up for an online entrepreneur who routinely invades other people's privacy but then finds his own being attacked. Meanwhile, Carter is paired with a new rookie partner.
- “Lady Killer” - Reese recruits Zoe Morgan, Carter and Shaw to help him keep tabs on a chameleon playboy whose number has come up. Elsewhere, Root is hunted by a dangerous enemy and turns to the Machine for help escaping from her psych ward.
- “Reasonable Doubt” - A number comes up for a well-known New York lawyer who may have been responsible for the death of her husband. Elsewhere, problems arise when Carter's new partner spots her with Reese.
- “Razgovor” - Shaw reluctantly accepts an assignment to tail a 10-year-old girl whose number has come up, but she eventually grows to admire the girl's surveillance skills. Elsewhere, Carter's plan to bring down HR may be exposed.
- “Mors Praematura” - A newly freed Root receives instructions from the Machine and requires Shaw's assistance to carry them out. Meanwhile, Finch and Reese receive a number for an amicable estate investigator.
- “The Perfect Mark” - The team keep tabs on a hypnotherapist whose number has come up. Elsewhere, Carter goes after an antiques dealer who has an HR connection.
- “Endgame” - Finch receives 38 numbers at once, which turn out to be connected to a mysterious person who is instigating a major conflict between HR and the Russian mob. Meanwhile, Carter's past with her son's father is revealed through a series of flashbacks.
- “The Crossing” - The battle to bring crime organization HR to justice reaches new heights. Meanwhile, the POI team faces its greatest threat when the Machine gives out Reese's number.
- “The Devil’s Share” - The team seeks justice for Carter's murder, but Finch fears that one person may go too far in the battle against HR. Meanwhile, NYPD officer Patrick Simmons' number comes up.
- “Lethe” - A series of flashbacks to Finch's teen years provide insight into his creation of the Machine. Meanwhile, a dying man's number comes up; and Reese strikes out on his own.
- “Aletheia” - The team face threats from multiple enemies as they protect a dying man, but the absence of Reese hinders their efforts and puts them all in danger.
- “4C” - Reese boards an international flight in an attempt to leave the team for good, but he soon realizes that his travel plans have been manipulated.
- “Provenance” - Reese returns to New York to rejoin Finch. Meanwhile, the Machine supplies the number of an antiquities thief, launching a turn of events that leads to the team planning an elaborate heist.
- “Last Call” - Finch infiltrates an emergency call center to keep tabs on a 911 operator, but he quickly learns that the case is more complicated than he originally thought.
- “RAM” - The secrets of Finch's operation before Reese joined him are chronicled, including revelations about ties to current events.
- “/” - The Machine tasks Root to find a janitor who has a mysterious past. However, when her presence endangers him, the Machine sends his number to Finch as well.
- “Allegiance” - The team gets involved in a case of international politics when a former government contractor stalks a U.N. diplomat. Meanwhile, an adversary tries to take advantage of Root.
- “Most Likely To…” - Reese and Shaw go undercover at a high-school reunion to keep tabs on the latest POI. Meanwhile, Finch and Fusco head to Washington, D.C., to investigate the motivations behind a recent attack.
- “Death Benefit” - Reese goes undercover as a Secret Service agent in order to protect a U.S. congressman who may play a pivotal role in the plan to bring down Decima's second Machine.
- “Beta” - Decima hunts down Reese and Shaw using Samaritan's feeds. Meanwhile, Greer sets a trap for Finch by targeting his former fiancée, Grace.
- “A House Divided” - A mysterious force prevents the Machine from being able to fully predict a fatal event, so it adjusts by sending the team five separate numbers to investigate. Elsewhere, Root's team of hackers arrive in New York.
- “Deus ex Machina” - The third series ends with the team desperately trying to keep Samaritan from coming online and destroying them. Meanwhile, the battle with Vigilance reaches its climax.
- Jim Caviezel as John Reese
- Michael Emerson as Harold Finch
- Taraji P. Henson as Detective Joss Carter
- Kevin Chapman as Detective Lionel Fusco
- Sarah Shahi as Sameen Shaw
- Amy Acker as Samantha "Sam" Groves / Root
- Robert John Burke as Officer Patrick Simmons
- Boris McGiver as Hersh
- Enrico Colantoni as Carl G. Elias
- Clarke Peters as Alonzo Quinn
- Jay O. Sanders as Special Counsel
- Camryn Manheim as Control
- Carrie Preston as Grace Hendricks
- Person of Interest: The Future of A.I. - Show runners Jonathan Nolan and Greg Plageman “geek out” and discuss the evolving landscape of Artificial Intelligence , its use in Person of Interest, and how it affects creative decisions on the show.
- Saying Goodbye to Carter - Cast and creators discuss a character’s departure and the impact it has on the show as well as the Person of Interest team.
- Episode commentary by series star Michael Emerson
- Bear on Set - A day in the life of Boker the Dog, who plays “Bear,”, the team’s “adopted” dog and always a fan-favorite.
- Gag Reel
- A Digital Comic Based on Each Episode
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