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Person of Interest: The Complete Series

Description

At the center of this thought-provoking crime-action series is an ex-CIA agent believed to be dead who teams up with a mysterious billionaire to prevent acts of violence. The unpredictable former agent Reese and his enigmatic partner Finch tap into the databases of the American intelligence services and use the information that is officially classified as irrelevant to national security because it is not about terrorism, but rather private violent crimes - so concentrate the two of them seek out "interesting people" and endeavor to uncover the secrets of impending crimes in which these people are implicated. The two make it their task to find out what exactly it is about ... in order to then prevent it as far as possible.
The New York detective Carter and her corrupt colleague Fusco are on a parallel track - they have to enforce the law without breaking it themselves.

  1. Season 1, episode 1: Reese and Finch

    The focus of the crime series "Person Of Interest" is the believed to be dead ex-CIA agent Reese, who teams up with the mysterious billionaire Finch to prevent violent crimes with the help of her special vigilante justice system. The two use the latest surveillance technology to uncover the secrets of "interesting people" outside of the police force: they solve the cases with Reese's outstanding skills and Finch's unlimited financial resources, in order to prevent the crimes before they are committed. Reese's actions attract the attention of the New York police, especially Homicide Detective Carter and Cop Fusco, whom Reese knows how to use to his advantage. At the start of the series, the social security number of a young public prosecutor is thrown out. Reese and Finch must work together to find out whether the interesting person is a victim or a perpetrator.

    The focus of the crime series "Person Of Interest" is the believed to be dead ex-CIA agent Reese, who teams up with the mysterious billionaire Finch to prevent violent crimes with the help of her special vigilante justice system. The two use the latest surveillance technology to uncover the secrets of "interesting people" away from police work: They solve the cases with Reese's outstanding skills and Finch's unlimited financial resources, in order to prevent the crimes before they are committed. Reese's actions attract the attention of the New York police, especially Homicide Detective Carter and Cop Fusco, whom Reese knows how to use to his advantage. At the start of the series, the social security number of a young public prosecutor is thrown out. Reese and Finch must work together to find out whether the interesting person is a victim or a perpetrator.

  2. Season 1, episode 2: A dead person is being hunted down

    When they get the social security number of a teenager who died two years ago, Reese and Finch wonder if the machine can be relied on at all. In a flashback, Finch examines how the machine was designed and developed.

    When they get the social security number of a teenager who died two years ago, Reese and Finch wonder if the machine can be relied on at all. In a flashback, Finch examines how the machine was designed and developed.

  3. Season 1, episode 3: On behalf of dishonor

    When the machine points Reese and Finch to an ex-soldier with shady connections to a criminal syndicate, Reese has to infiltrate the gang and take part in their robbery. Detective Carter is closer than ever to her goal of identifying Reese.

    When the machine points Reese and Finch to an ex-soldier with shady connections to a criminal syndicate, Reese has to infiltrate the gang and take part in their attack. Detective Carter is closer than ever to her goal of identifying Reese.

  4. Season 1, episode 4: blood feud

    Reese and Finch must rescue a promising young doctor.

    Reese and Finch must rescue a promising young doctor.

  5. Season 1, episode 5: Family leverage

    Reese and Finch track down a judge who is notorious for his harsh sentences, but who does not want to have anything to do with the vigilante justice methods of the two.

    Reese and Finch track down a judge who is notorious for his harsh sentences, but who does not want to have anything to do with the vigilante justice methods of the two.

  6. Season 1, Episode 6: Problem Solving Skills

    Reese is fascinated by the new interesting person - a beautiful, cunning woman who knows how to solve her problems with astonishing ingenuity.

    Reese is fascinated by the new interesting person - a beautiful, cunning woman who knows how to solve her problems with astonishing ingenuity.

  7. Season 1, episode 7: There's a witness

    The machine identifies a teacher as the next person of interest: he witnessed a mafia murder. Reese and Finch protecting unlucky fellow who was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

    The machine identifies a teacher as the next person of interest: he witnessed a mafia murder. Reese and Finch protecting unlucky fellow who was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

  8. Season 1, episode 8: The Ulrich Kohl case

    Reese and Finch use high-tech espionage to tackle a Cold War spy.

    Reese and Finch use high-tech espionage to tackle a Cold War spy.

  9. Season 1, episode 9: Carter is in danger!

    Reese and Finch's cat-and-mouse game with Detective Carter becomes a lot more complicated when the machine declares her the new interesting person: Because Carter's life is at stake, the two of them have to find a way to protect the policewoman, without doing it themselves to fly up.

    Reese and Finch's cat-and-mouse game with Detective Carter becomes a lot more complicated when the machine declares her a new interesting person: Because Carter's life is at stake, the two of them have to find a way to protect the policewoman, without doing it themselves to fly up.

  10. Season 1, episode 10: four in one go

    When Detective Carter feels the aftermath of their confrontation with Reese and Finch, the machine confuses them with several social security numbers.

    When Detective Carter feels the aftermath of their confrontation with Reese and Finch, the machine confuses the two with several social security numbers.

  11. Season 1, episode 11: Window to the yard

    Reese and Finch share their latest case with Detective Carter: A property manager is too interested in his tenants.

    Reese and Finch share their latest case with Detective Carter: A property manager is too interested in his tenants.