Warner Brothers Home Entertainment has added the fourth season of Person of Interest to its release roster, bringing a Blu-Ray Disc and a DVD version of the television show to stores in August.
All eyes are on “Person of Interest” as the show launches into another exciting season. Although they have saved countless lives thanks to The Machine’s omniscience, the team is still reeling from the devastating loss they experienced in season three and now face an uncertain future
With a second machine – Samaritan – now online, the members of the elusive team – Reese (Jim Caviezel) and Finch (Michael Emerson), along with lethal operative Shaw (Sarah Shahi), unpredictable cyber-hacker Root (Amy Acker) and homicide detective Fusco (Kevin Chapman) – are now targets themselves, hiding in plain sight. Facing unknown danger, the POI team must find a way to outsmart Samaritan, an all-seeing, all-powerful artificial intelligence that’s self-governing, continually evolving and growing stronger every day. Meanwhile, former enemy Elias (Enrico Colantoni) now becomes a desperate ally in the fight against a new gang known as The Brotherhood.
The release will feature all 22 one-hour episodes of the show’s fourth season, along with a number of bonus materials, such as a Gag Reel and Music of Interest, which allows you to step inside the studio of Composer Ramin Djawadi for an intimate look at his process along with Show-Runners Jonathan Nolan and Greg Plageman as they discuss scoring sequences and key elements of music themes in Person of Interest.
Also included is Going Underground with Root and Finch, in which Michael Emerson and Amy Acker give us a one on one tour through the newly created Subway Headquarters with the Production Designer, Rick Butler.
The Person of Interest 2014 Comic-Con Panel is also included, where Executive Producers Jonathan Nolan (The Dark Knight) and Greg Plageman (Cold Case) were joined by the series’ stars for a special Q&A at the 2014 San Diego Comic-Con.
“Person of Interest: The Complete Fourth Season” will be in stores on August 11 for $54.97 on Blu-Ray Disc and $49.99 on DVD.