As the fifth season of science fiction crime drama series "Person of Interest" was confirmed by CBS this spring, especially when the news came from the prominent individuals related to the show like President of CBS Entertainment Glenn Geller, it doesn't seem like it will be cancelled.
Warding off any rumour regarding cancellation of Season 5, Geller said at Television Critics Association (TCA) that another season is all set to be aired in the spring.
"We ordered 13 episodes, we hope to get them on this spring," Geller said to Parent Herald.
He also denied any rumour that stated that the fifth season will be the last of the show saying that he was not pretty sure about it as the series was not aired.
However, Youth Health Magazine released a report, which stated that executive producer of the show, JJ Abrams -- director of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" -- had earlier commented that "Person of Interest" was on its "final legs".
The comment by Abrams makes it obvious that the writers are done with a finale that will conclude the whole series.
Whether the show will end with fifth season or not, the viewers will be happy to learn that the romance between Shaw (Sarah Shahi) and Root (Amy Acker) will continue in the next season. However, Root will still be in a dilemma to choose between Shaw and the Machine.
"That's been a struggle because they are both priorities to her. At the end of last year, she ultimately had to decide that if she didn't do everything to save the Machine, there's no purpose to saving Shaw," Acker said.
"Let's kill Ward's wife," she further teased.
Whether the next season will act as the finale of the series or not, it will be only revealed once the episode titles are made available.
Though Season 5 of "Person of Interest" has been confirmed, there is no official confirmation regarding the air date yet.