Warner Bros. Television brought its hit shows Blindspot and Person of Interest to New York Comic Con 2015, premiering new footage.
The POI Team adjusts to some new faces and cases, but the threats are as dangerous as ever. All-new episode debuts October 22.
Plus, we have footage from the panel, and news that Amy Acker has been promoted to series regular in the upcoming season.
Over 40,000 San Diego hotel rooms will have these branded key cards featuring the stars of this CBS drama series later this month.
Hurricane Sandy Shuts Down Elementary, Blue Bloods, Person of Interest, The Good Wife and More Tonight
Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Colbert Report, and The Daily Show were also affected by the incoming storm today.
The actor will reunite with Lost alum and star of the series Michael Emmerson in an upcoming episode.
We also have your first looks at CSI, Blue Bloods, Survivor, and The Mentalist.
Take a look at all the movie and TV-related events at the Anaheim convention, which runs from March 16 through March 18.
Jim Caviezel and Michael Emerson return for the all-new episode Get Carter this Thursday, December 8th, only on CBS.
The two shows represent the highest-rated new dramas for the 2011-2012 TV season, both averaging 14 million viewers per episode.
The Lost actor shot this exclusive video on the show's actual location in New York City this past week.
Lost's Michael Emerson has shot a special introduction exclusive to the New York crowd.
Survivor kicks off the network's season on September 14, with new series Two Broke Girls debuting on Monday, September 19 after How I Met Your Mother.
40,000 limited-edition hotel key cards will be handed out in San Diego with designs for such series as Alcatraz, Person of Interest, and Mortal Kombat: Legacy.
Stars and producers from hit series Supernatural, Chuck, The Big Bang Theory and more will appear in San Diego this year.
Person of Interest, Unforgettable, A Gifted Man, How to Be a Gentleman and Two Broke Girls Trailers from CBS
Take a look at the five new shows CBS will be debuting this fall, including a new J.J. Abrams series, a comedy starring Kat Dennings, and many more.
The network adds five new series including Person of Interest, Unforgettable, A Gifted Man, Two Broke Girls, and How to Be a Gentleman.
Jim Caviezel will play the lead role of a former spy who tries to stop crime in New York City, while Taraji P. Henson will play a detective.