'Person of Interest' Fans May Find Their Face in Upcoming Episodes Via a New Facebook App

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September 17th, 2013

Person of Interest App

via press release:

YOU MAY BE A Person Of Interest

 

POI Fans May Find Their Face in Upcoming Episodes

Via a New Facebook App Launching for Season 3

BURBANK, Calif. (September 17, 2013) — At the end of the second season of Person Of Interest, The Machine managed to move itself — with its whereabouts presently unknown. A week before the hit series returns for its third season on September 24 on a new day and time — Tuesdays at 10/9c on CBS — fans will discover The Machine is much closer than they imagined, as The Machine infiltrates Facebook!

 

Starting Tuesday, September 17, fans of the hit CBS surveillance drama from Warner Bros. Television and J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions will be given the opportunity to become a “Person Of Interest” through an integrated social photo app on the show’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PersonOfInterestCBS — and potentially have their likeness used in an upcoming episode of the show.

 

Details on the Facebook app below:

 

YOU MAY BE A Person Of Interest

 

  • As first alluded to at Comic-Con by the minds behind The Machine — executive producers Jonathan Nolan and Greg Plageman — the You May Be a Person of Interest” Facebook App will allow fans to submit a photo of themselves through their own Facebook page, with the possibility of their image being included in the show during an upcoming episode.

 

  • When fans launch the “You May Be a Person of Interest” Facebook app, they will then be able to submit and edit an image of themselves from their own Facebook account. Fans will be able to choose from a selection of effects to enhance their images, and The Machine will then add information such as location and threat level. Fans can post their Machine photo on their wall or share it with friends. They will also have the opportunity to submit the image to POI producers at Warner Bros. Television and possibly be seen in an upcoming episode.

 

  • POI producers will review submitted photos and select images for use during upcoming episodes of the show, continuing throughout the entire third season. Photos could appear at any time … in any place … in any episode.

 

  • For more information on the possibility of becoming a “person of interest,” fans should visit the Person of Interest Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PersonOfInterestCBS to access the app.

 

Entering its third season this fall on CBS in its new Tuesday 10/9c timeslot, Person of Interest was created by Jonathan Nolan (The Dark Knight trilogy) and is executive produced by J.J. Abrams (Fringe, Lost), Nolan, Greg Plageman (Cold Case) and Bryan Burk (Fringe, Lost). Starring Jim Caviezel (The Thin Red Line), Oscar® nominee Taraji P. Henson (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), Kevin Chapman (Mystic River), Sarah Shahi (The L Word), Amy Acker (The Cabin in the Woods) and Emmy® winner Michael Emerson (Lost), Person of Interest is produced by Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Bad Robot Productions and Warner Bros. Television.

 

The first two seasons of Person of Interest are available now for digital download (in standard and high definition) through all online retailers, including iTunes and Amazon Instant Video. Additionally, the complete second season of Person of Interest is available on Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD.

 

 
  • chezmoi

    I wonder whether this with the news about Prism, Snowden etc will lead to a growth in rating.

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