TVLine Items: Person of Interest Hits iTunes, ABC's Comic-Con Line-Up Revealed and More!

Person of Interest iTunesFor the first time ever, Person of Interest is available for digital download. All 45 episodes from the first two seasons of the CBS drama can be purchased via iTunes or Amazon Instant Video.

In a statement, EPs Jonathan Nolan and Greg Plageman said, “We’re thrilled that a new audience will be able to catch up on the story so far — and then buckle up for our third season” (which is moving to Tuesdays at 10/9c).

Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…

• ABC announced Thursday its plans to bring Once Upon a Time, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland to Comic-Con. On Friday, July 19, Joss Whedon’s S.H.I.E.L.D. will take the coveted Con stage, while Once and its spin-off will be showcased Saturday, July 20.

• Kirstie Alley’s new TV Land sitcom Kirstie has tapped a trio of funny ladies for its upcoming first season. Per TV, Kristin Chenoweth (Glee), Kristen Johnston (The Exes) and Cloris Leachman (Raising Hope) will guest-star on the comedy, which centers on Alley’s Maddie Banks, a Broadway star whose world changes when the son she gave up for adoption (played by Eric Petersen) shows up after 26 years.

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• Desperate Housewives‘ Doug Savant will guest-star on a Season 4 installment of Rizzoli & Isles, reports, playing a mock trial adviser whose counterpart dies during a competition.

• Comedy Central has given the green light to The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail, a stand-up series led by comedians Jonah Ray and Kumail Nanjiani. The project is being exec-produced by Ben Stiller, among others.

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• Sienna Guillory (Resident Evil) has exited NBC’s new series Believe, per The Hollywood Reporter. The Bad Robot-produced drama follows an unlikely relationship between a gifted young girl (Johnny Sequoyah) and a man sprung from prison (Jake McLaughlin) who has been tasked with protecting her from the evil elements that hunt her power. Guillory, who will still appear in the pilot as the first person seeking Bo, will not be recast.

S–t! The Online Network is, um, swearing off something pretty major in episodes of All My Children and One Life to Live moving forward. “The fans have spoken,” TOLN tweeted Thursday. “No more cursing on #AMC and #OLTL.”

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  1. Can’t wait how Believe would fare on NBC after Sunday Night Football is over now that one of its key cast members is out.

  2. Lena120 says:

    I’m not a prude, but I have to admit the cursing on AMC and OLTL threw me off. They definitely weren’t the soaps I grew up on. I like that they’re pulling back on that.

  3. lll says:

    Person of Interest online? Win-win!

  4. Eric7740 says:

    Really??? They curse all the time in prime-time!!! I’m sure the same people that watch primetime shows watch soap operas. Lets stop being so refined.

  5. Kerry says:

    well swearing is more realistic and they have sworn before it is 2013 not the 50s. people swear more nowadays

  6. Anna says:

    Well as long they aren’t swearing good golly! How about they work on the sexism next?

  7. TVFan says:

    Does this mean that Person of Interest will now be available OnDemand?

  8. Alyssa says:

    Wow, no Castle as Comic Con? That was always a great panel. It’d be great for more promotion of the show as well. But of course, this IS ABC we’re talking about…

  9. Et al. says:

    It’s nice to see CBS tiptoeing toward the 21st century.

  10. Kel says:

    The Machine set POI free!

  11. Bobby says:

    So glad Person of Interest is finally available. I missed a couple of episodes from season two and I’ve never been able to catch up.

  12. KCC says:

    At $3/episode? What is CBS thinking? I like POI probably more than the next guy, but I won’t pay that much per episode. Is it just me or does it seem like CBS is doing everything to ruin it? Luckily, the fans keep it going strong

  13. Hera says:

    What are you talking about? POI has been available at Australia iTunes as soon as the episodes were shown. Unfortunately it also means Aussies still haven’t watch the season 2 finale yet! Stupid Channel 9 Australia. This preference for reality programs over original quality programs is another reason why people resolve to piracy.

    I will get off my high horse now and congrats that POI is available at iTunes in US…