CBS Picks up James Caviezel’s Person of Interest


Good news, fans of Jesus! James Caviezel’s TV show “Person of Interest” has been picked up CBS for its first season. Get ready for justice, criminals!

Produced by J.J. Abrams, the show is from creator Jonah Nolan, little brother of Christopher Nolan of “Batman Begins” fame, who also wrote the pilot script.

“Person of Interest” will find Caviezel playing “a paramilitary CIA officer who is presumed killed in the line of duty, but resurfaces in New York City where he teams up with an eccentric billionaire to clean up the city’s violent underworld.”

Former “Lostee” Michael Emerson is playing the billionaire, and the cast also includes “The Karate Kid’s” Taraji P. Henson.


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  • Baddog

    Isn’t this a little like the cape.  We know how that did.  It seems vigilante type shows don’t do real well. I will give it a shot, but it seems when I invest in a show it always seems to get cancelled. 

    • Nix

      If it’s like anything, it’s more like your traditional ’80s vigilante procedural ala “Stingray”, “The Equalizer”, ec.

  • Bad Zack

    sounds like the cape to me which is probably cancelled 

  • Bad Zack

    sounds like the cape to me which is probably cancelled