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Person of Interest has made Denise Thé an executive producer on the upcoming fifth season, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
(Showrunners Jonathan Nolan and Greg Plageman will continue to co-run the series.)
Thé — who has been with the show season season one — was a co-executive producer on the CBS drama last year. Additionally, she has writing credit on 11 episodes of POI, including some of the biggest hours to date: season three’s “The Crossing,” in which Taraji P. Henson’s Carter was killed, and season four’s format-bending “If-Then-Else.”
Prior to Person of Interest, Thé worked on Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Medium, and Cold Case. She is represented by UTA
Person of Interest returns midseason to CBS, though its episode count is still to be determined.
Additional reporting by Lesley Goldberg.
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