San Diego Comic-Con 2013 has just barely begun, yet the onslaught of awesome Con-specific posters continues. Today's addition to the bunch is from "Person of Interest," and is one of the best to be released thus far. "In light of the news about PRISM, we more
Fast National ratings for Tuesday, July 16, 2013The biggest show on The CW in months is ... a reborn version of a show that's been around for 25 years and stars guys who are well out of the network's target demographic.The rebooted "Whose Line Is It Anywa more
Person of Interest was definitely represented during the recent Saturn Awards 2013 in Los Angeles, as Amy Acker,who plays the hacker extraordinaire Root, was on hand to chat with TV Equals about what is coming up on the new season of Person of Interest.
Fast National ratings for Tuesday, July 9, 2013Tuesday's ratings played out according to script for the past few weeks, with "America's Got Talent" scoring the night's top spot in both viewers and adults 18-49."AGT" was up slightly in the 18-49 demo from more
When Edward Snowden leaked classified information about the extent of NSA data gathering, it was easy to draw connections to the television show, Person of Interest. On the series, "The Machine" collects data about everything from phone calls, video feeds more
Saturday at Comic-Con is stacked with TV panels as CW hits including "The Vampire Diaries" and "Arrow" join fan favorites "Once Upon a Time," "Grimm," "Family Guy," "Bates Motel" and "Person of Interest," plus the Con debut of "How I Met Your Mother."All more
After two seasons of it being impossible to legally watch PERSON OF INTEREST online, the series has finally made its way to iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, and other digital retailers. And since summer is the perfect time to catch up on the shows you may ha more
At Comic Con, TV shows and movies create special room keycards for some of the big hotels, and it's just an extra bit of promotional shwag. But this year, Person of Interest is using its keycard to point out how prescient a lot of its surveillance themes more