Who's Going to Die on the Person of Interest finale?

  If there's one thing Person of Interest knows, it's that you can't start a war without having casualties. So, on Tuesday's Season 4 finale (10/9c, CBS) -- which features Finch ( Michael Emerson ) and Root ( Amy Acker ) trying to get to the Machine's location before Samaritan's operatives do while Reese ( ...

'Person of Interest' Season 4: Sarah Shahi's Shaw returns, but she's not back

The good news first: "Person of Interest's" penultimate Season 4 episode confirmed to fans that Sameen Shaw is not dead. Now the bad news: She's still not going to be permanently back on the show.In a blink-and-you-miss-it moment, Sarah Shahi's character reappeared on the show. Root (Amy Acker) and Finch (Michael Emerson) had been chasing a lead to find their missing friend, and ended up in Samaritan's base. It turns out Shaw had cracked to the enemy's torture, and gave up her allies' secrets. The whole hunt had been a ploy to catch the Machine.RELATED: Dead or not, Shaw isn't going to be back on 'Person of Interest' any time soonSadly Greer's (John Nolan) men swept Shaw away before Root and Finch could come to the rescue. The Machine even lamented its inability to save her, which played into its decision to sacrifice itself and save Root and Finch. It seemed like this would be...

PERSON OF INTEREST: Jonathan Nolan Teases Deaths, Messy A.I. War in Final Season 4 Episodes

PERSON OF INTEREST took a little bit of a detour from the looming wars with the last episode as Reese set out to solve one of Carters unfinished cases (and he nearly died in the process). But as we approach the final two episodes of the season, things are about to explode. As usual, we []

'Person of Interest' Season 4 finale is 'a bloodbath'

"Person of Interest" co-showrunner Jonathan Nolan has some good and bad news. The good news? "All sorts of folk are showing up" in the final two episodes of Season 4. The bad news? "It's a bloodbath."During a conversation with Zap2it, he confirms that this season's many disparate plot threads will be coming together soon. "We're going to start bringing everything to a head, as we love to do towards the end of the season here," he says. "We've brought a number of these conflicts to a head within these final two episodes. We're very excited about it."But at the center of the final two episodes will be "a war between two gods.""That does not end well, and plays out very messily," he says.Beyond the battle between Samaritan and the Machine, there's still Elias (Enrico Colantoni) working as a "hardened" criminal, Control (Camryn Manheim) doubting her purpose, Dominic (Winston Duke) and the Brotherhood causing trouble, and...

Person of Interest Post Mortem: The Scoop on That Twisty Comeback

CBS Person of Interest this Tuesday night found yet another way to noodle with its narrative, by surprising us as well as John Reese with the truth about his heart-to-heart with onetime associate Detective Joss Carter. The set-up for the episode had John digging up a cold case that Carter (played by original cast member-turned-Empire star []

Why Person of Interest Is Bringing Back Carter

  Tuesday's episode of Person of Interest will feature the return of a familiar face: Taraji P. Henson 's Detective Carter. The episode features the actress, who now stars on Fox's Empire, in flashbacks as Reese ( Jim Caviezel ) tries to solve a cold-case murder Carter was never able to close.   Read More...

PERSON OF INTEREST: Jonathan Nolan on Carters Return, the Mystery of Reese, and More

This weeks new episode of PERSON OF INTEREST is an emotional hour, as Reese sets out to solve a case Carter was never able to close before her untimely death. One of the fun things of our show is the opportunity to tell big stories about how technology is changing our lives, and the planet []

PERSON OF INTEREST Post-Mortem: Jonathan Nolan on Bringing a Bit of Closure to Carters Tale

[Warning: this post contains spoilers for the PERSON OF INTEREST episode Terra Incognita.] Taraji P. Henson returned to PERSON OF INTEREST in Terra Incognita, but it wasnt simply in flashbacks. Yes, Hensons Carter was working on a case, and we did see her trying to solve it in the past, but a good portion of []

'Person of Interest' EP: Taraji P. Henson's Carter return was always the plan

The death of Joss Carter (Taraji P. Henson) in "Person of Interest" Season 3 was arguably the biggest episode in the show's history, but it turned out she wouldn't be gone from the CBS series forever. In theApril 14 episode, Carter returned in a significant but bittersweet role.As is eventually revealed in the episode, John Reese (Jim Caviezel) was hallucinating a conversation with his former partner and love interest as he was slowly bleeding to death in a car. It's a reunion showrunner Jonathan Nolan tells Zap2it was always in the works, thanks to the show's flashback element.Though it's tragic that Reese and Carter were having a conversation he never would have been open enough to have while she was alive, Nolan notes, "Boy am I glad we got a chance to get them back together again."Read on to find out when and how Henson was brought back to "Person of Interest," what her relationship...

Person of Interest EP Reveals the How and Why of Taraji P. Henson's Return

It was never a matter of if Taraji P. Henson would resurface on CBS Person of Interest, but when. And how. And why. After all, Detective Joss Carter was tragically killed in the November 2013 episode The Crossing, gunned down by an HR goon at the close of a highly arduous, seemingly victorious crucible. She []