Events set in motion long ago move toward a conclusion. We flash forward to the events that take place in New Hamspire. (Written and directed by Peter Gould.)
Reese's former partner Kara abducts him as part of her scheme to unleash a wave of cyber-terrorism across the world and get revenge on the people she believes wronged her.
While Carter tries to maintain her cover as an FBI temporary agent while helping Reese, Fusco has to protect a new Number on his own while Reese ducks some old enemies from the past.moreless
The team's newest Person of Interest is a teen genius and Finch goes undercover as a substitute teacher to protect him. Meanwhile, Carter takes on her first assignment as a temp agent for the FBI.moreless
As the FBI renews their hunt for Reese, he and Finch try to help a sister of a dead soldier seeking justice for wronged veterans.
Reese must protect an investigative journalist without letting her know that he's around, for fear of blowing his and Finch's cover.
The FBI close in on Reese, who is trying to protect a psychologist from one of her patients. Meanwhile, Finch receives a visit from an old friend.
Finch gives Reese his birthday off so that his partner doesn't have to face a Number reminiscent of a case from Reese's past.
Reese and Finch discover that their newest Number has almost no digital footprint... and a double life.
The Machine gives Reese and Finch the number of a down-and-out man who has been pushed too far, and they're forced to turn to former Person of Interest Zoe Morgan for help.
A Hollywood actress has moved into Gossington Hall, and throws a benefit for St John Ambulance. A devoted fan of the actress dies after drinking a poisoned daiquiri. Miss Marple and Inspector Hewitt suspect that someone else was the intended victim.moreless