Person of Interest Review: All In the Family

When Person of Interest first began, I certainly thought the premise was unique, garnered a solid cast of actors, and had the potential to do big things. It wasn't necessarily my favorite show and even the subsequent episodes that first followed didn't blow me away.

Except the season continued to adapt itself melding together two genres of procedural and serial, seemingly testing the boundaries of what worked and what needed a sharp turn in the opposite direction.

Even the reveal of Reese and Finch to Carter was supposed to wait until the end of the season before it wound up being moved to an early episode to get her into the mix and not floating around endlessly searching for the guy in the suit. Read More...


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