Person of Interest is an American Crime-Drama TV series created by Jonathan Nolan for CBS. Johnathan Nolan has created a really original show here (Person of Interest). A sandy world full of corrupt and often complex characters. That is partly what makes this show so good. It is original. The world he portrays may be unshakable, and corrupt, but something about him feels REAL. You can relate to Reese, however, you do not know enough about Finch’s mysterious past to really care about him. However, Michael Emmerson does not portray this extremely strange and complex character in a way that makes him strangely sympathetic. The sequences of action and struggle feel like something that belongs to a movie, in particular, one that Johnathan’s brother, Christopher, would probably direct, and which Johnathan would probably write. This is a very good show, and it is one that will surely amaze you.
This is the most important point of this show. It has badass and complex characters in an interesting way. The actors and actresses portrayed it very well and all are handsome, so it is easy in the eyes. The development of the character for the main characters is well constructed unlike the other shows. They were not stuck; Instead, you will see them grow/change and, it seems, they will grow in you. Everyone has a great chemistry with each other that you will feel the need of every crew; It will not be the same without one of them. Besides that, the romance really surprised me by surprise and the construction is beautifully executed. It might dissuade some morally conscious people, but personally I find it as the greatest and unmistakable romance of all time. The people and mission of the primary characters change slightly throughout the many seasons, but ultimately the show begins with the premise that Reese (a former CIA agent who was betrayed by the CIA) needs a purpose And Finch (a computer prodigy) has an ultra-powerful computer system that can predict crimes before they happen, both terrorist and local. Ultimately, the two work together to prevent crimes before they happen, while at the same time they try to dismantle a corrupt police system, fighting (and sometimes allying with) criminals and gangsters, and eventually working to dismantle an organization Gloomy intent on destroying Finch’s machine.
Writers and producers do an amazing job that brings this series to life, and provide a good mix of a well-constructed plot, as well as some pretty spectacular action scenes (especially in recent seasons). The elusive nature of super computer information given to prevent a crime often left me on the edge of my seat, as it was sometimes difficult to differentiate who the victim was and who the perpetrator was.