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Here's Where You Can Watch Every Season Of Person Of Interest

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"Person of Interest," the sci-fi show that premiered in 2011 for CBS, had one of the most unique plots for a network program. The series dealt with reclusive billionaire and computer programmer Harold Finch (Michael Emerson), who manages to develop a computer program dubbed as "The Machine" that can predict crimes like terrorist attacks. Finch's program is able to find ex-CIA Agent John Reese (Jim Caviezel), who had disappeared off the grid, and the two ultimately team up to find and prevent crimes. However, what was really interesting about the series, as Gizmodo noted, is its jump from crime drama to more hard science fiction territory as The Machine began achieving its own sentience.

"Person of Interest" lasted for five seasons on CBS and seemed to really get better with fans as it progressed, and this is greatly reflected in its Rotten Tomatoes ratings. While Season 1 may have fared just over the middle, the subsequent seasons are rated at 100%. This also means that "Person of Interest" is a very binge-worthy show. As highlighted in Pop Culture, the series was available on Netflix but left the streaming service in 2020. Fans were pretty disappointed when the series left Netflix, but there are still quite a few ways to watch the sci-fi crime drama.

HBO Max and Amazon Prime have all five seasons of Person of Interest

For those who'd like to test out their curiosity with an episode or two with "Person of Interest," there are actually a number of options, so forget about having to borrow a friend's old DVD. "Person of Interest" is available for rental through YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, and Vudu. On the other hand, renting just a few episodes of the series might give a taste of the show, but it might not give it an opportunity to really shine, especially if pulling from the first season.

The series' transition into more of its hard science fiction leanings really comes through after Season 1, and the ride only becomes more interesting all the way through the series finale. So if you're willing to binge the show, the best options are Amazon Prime and HBO Max. On Amazon Prime, all five seasons are available. The first two seasons will cost $23.99, while the remaining seasons will cost $28.99. But to avoid paying by the season, the best option is HBO Max, which also has all five seasons.