Amy Acker plays a woman who gave up ballet after a tragedy, and gets pulled back in thanks to her niece and ex-boyfriend in “A Nutcracker Christmas” on the Hallmark Channel.
Last week the Machine gave up its location to Samaritan, so it was logical to assume it had something up its metaphorical sleeve. This ended up being true, but it wasn’t trick, more an act of desperation.
A tale of two numbers, though it should probably be three or four. Team Machine splits up to deal with the two main threads of the season, gang boss’ Elias and Dominic, plus the ever-present A.I., Samaritan. Who will survive to the end of the finale? And just to make it extra special, Control returns to throw a monkey wrench in someone’s plans
With Finch and company busy with a Number, Reese works a cases of his own and flashes back to a stakeout with Carter.
Alan Tudyk’s Indiegogo campaign, “Con Man” is headed to its final days, and it’s adding some more familiar faces including a Cylon and a Terminator.
Reese chases a bounty hunter and Finch tries to juggle Root and his new lady friend. Well, sort of…
Reese moonlights as a security guard and Harold plays chess with a runaway Samaritan asset.
The conclusion to the Person of Interest trilogy brought the story from a whole new perspective, namely Control’s. Camryn Manheim returns with a view of Samaritan from the Relevant side.
In which the Machine tries to solve an unsolvable problem and Team Machine’s lives are on the line. Just another day at the office.