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‘The Contingency’ Press Release & Stills

Looks like Amy will be guest starring on the opening second season of Person of Interest after all! The other exciting bit of news is the fact the press release has Amy listed as a recurring character, which suggests further episodes. Hardly surprising, given the creators’ comments at Comic-Con, but fantastic news nevertheless!

The press release is under the cut as it contains spoilers & the Amy-centric production stills are posted below. Enjoy!

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REESE, CARTER AND FUSCO SEARCH FOR THE KIDNAPPED FINCH, ON THE SECOND SEASON PREMIERE OF “PERSON OF INTEREST”

Ken Leung (“Lost”) Guest Stars as the Latest POI

Amy Acker (“Dollhouse”) Reprises Her Role as “Root,” Finch’s Kidnapper

CHEAT TWEET: Where’s Finch? Can Reese continue their mission w/o him? #PersonOfInterest premiere 9/27at 9pm! @AmyAcker guests. http://bit.ly/NIQ8Wn

“The Contingency” – With Finch missing – kidnapped by his hacker nemesis, Root, in last season’s finale cliffhanger – Reese enlists Detectives Carter and Fusco to get his friend back, on the second season premiere of PERSON OF INTEREST, Thursday, Sept. 27 (9:00 – 10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Meanwhile, The Machine never sleeps, disseminating a new number to Reese. Ken Leung (“Lost”) guest stars as the latest POI, and Amy Acker (“Dollhouse,” “Angel”) reprises her role as Root.

SERIES REGULARS:
Jim Caviezel (Reese)
Michael Emerson (Finch)
Taraji P. Henson (Detective Carter)
Kevin Chapman (Detective Fusco)

RECURRING CAST:
Amy Acker (Root)
Jay O. Sanders (Special Counsel)
Cotter Smith (Denton Weeks)

GUEST CAST:
Ken Leung (Leon Sung)
Boris McGiver (Hersh)
Terry Serpico (Byron)
Robert Mukes (Titus)
Bill Sage (Reddy)
Thomas Kopache (Borsalino Cap)
Dori Legg (Waitress)
Michael Devine (Cop)
Amy Morse (Dealer)
Ron Domingo (Pharmacist)
Richard D. Busser (Strohm/Aryan Brother #1)
Edgar Fox (Aryan Brother #2)
Tim Holmes (Aryan Brother #3)
Beth Laufer (Blonde Woman)

WRITTEN BY: Denise Thé and Jonathan Nolan
DIRECTED BY: Richard J. Lewis
GENRE: DRAMA

Source: CBS