Person of Interest is one of those rare shows that gained in popularity from the start with great fan following and is improving with time. The show again found a way to show some magnificent story with the premiere of its second season which started last week. Person of Interest enjoyed good numbers worldwide, and Finch and Reese have become popular among viewers. The show captured a large base of the passionate fans at the end of the first season when Finch got kidnapped by rival hacker Root and Reese was left behind and his hunt to find Finch began.
The show created by Jonathan Nolan and J.J. Abrams started broadcasting on September 22, 2011 on CBS television network. The story of Person of Interest revolves around an ex-CIA field operative John Reese (Jim Caviezel) who was living a disappointed life after some incident broke him apart, and a mysterious billionaire and computer genius Harold Finch (Michael Emerson) who built a machine to deal with the future crimes. Though presumed dead, both Finch and Reese partnered together to protect people involved in criminal activities and to solve crimes before they happen. The machine predicts the crime by picking up the victim's or perpetrator's social security number.
The first season which consisted of a total 23 episodes ended on May 17 with the final episode 'Firewall' in which Finch was kidnapped by his rival Caroline Turing aka Root (Amy Acker), leaving Reese behind to search for him. At the end of the first season finale, Reese was seen addressing the machine directly seeking its help to locate his boss. CBS managed to bring some relief among the fans of the show when it announced that it will be renewed for a second season which is about to go air on September. The American action-drama took the show in a whole-new direction when it premiered the first episode of its second season. It looks like there's a whole lot action to come in the upcoming episodes.
With the premier of second season for Person of Interest, fans have come to see a certain level of action and expect the story to become more creative with each episode. The most important thing is to maintain that rhythm they've been delivering since the first season. Above all, the best thing about the show is obviously the chemistry between Finch and Reese, and the second season will definitely going to change the very fundamental concept of the series.