After four eventful seasons, Nikita is officially "Canceled." It's such an apt title for the series finale, which shows the heroine in her rawest form. Following Ryan's (Noah Bean) death, Nikita (Maggie Q) and Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) take matters into their own hands. They decide to take down The Shop and Amanda (Melinda Clarke) once and for all.
All's well that ends well, right? Wrong! In the penultimate episode of Nikita, we learned how far Amanda is willing to go to achieve her goals. Meanwhile, "Bubble" featured an unexpected hook-up (not really), and a death that no one wanted.
Nikita's final season continues to move full speed ahead. "Pay-Off" gave us the illusion of an endgame, only to have it pulled out from under us. Nikita and Amanda come face to face and The Shop gets shut down – or does it?
This week's Nikita was less of a "Set-Up" and more of a family affair. We discover what's really eating Seymour Birkhoff and how it's connected to Ronald Peller. We see guest star Judd Nelson as a computer hacker, who's been compromised by Amanda and The Shop.
"Dead or Alive" is the type of Nikita episode we've been waiting for. The premiere was a set-up in every sense of the word, and now we're getting to the nitty gritty. Nikita and Michael have a much-needed talk, Ryan breaks an important code and Sam worms his way into Alex's life.
The countdown is officially on. Last night, The CW kicked off the fourth and final season of Nikita. The last time we saw the heroine she'd left the group and hit the road. She's a wanted woman accused of killing the President of the United States. Can her abandoned friends keep her off the government's radar?
Nikita's third season finale was one for the books. "Til Death Do Us Part" pushed the team to their limit. After last week's cliffhanger we knew things would go from bad to worse—and they did. When Amanda's in control that's the only option.
In this week's Nikita, the "Invisible Hand" rears its ugly head. As the title suggests, a limb is at the center of the episode's biggest dilemma. Plus, Amanda resurfaces and makes an unethical (shocker) demand.
In "High-Value Target," Nikita and company have to work under the gun--literally. Madame President has had enough of Division's antics and is ready to shut it down. Meanwhile, Sam is still trying to make a buck off the black box.
"You missed a lot" says a lot about "Self-Destruct." This week's Nikita brings Ryan back into the fold. After recovering from his gun shot wound, he's shocked to see what's happened in his absence. Also, Alex has gone AWOL in an attempt to right some past wrongs.
The downward spiral continues on this week's Nikita. In "Broken Home," Alex pays the ultimate price for her betrayal. After releasing the hounds, her plan to peacefully close Division ends in violence. With Nikita still at Amanda's mercy and Owen as Sam, nobody's safe.
Division is in a free-fall and there's nothing anyone can do about it. In this week's Nikita, "Masks" brings everyone's hidden agenda to light. The Ops team is out of commission, Owen's turned evil and Nikita's nowhere to be found. Can you say, "Drama?"
This week's Nikita is full of twists and turns. You think you know, but you have no idea. After their victory over Commander Danforth, they thought they'd catch a break. But no, "Tipping Point" exposes a threat from the inside. Plus, Michael finally gets that makeover he's always wanted.
"Inevitability" was all about Nikita and Alex. Ever since Alex was rescued from Amanda's clutches she hasn't been the same. She's feistier and not easily swayed. That comes into play as she starts to question Division and Nikita's motives. It adds more friction to their already strained relationship.
Not one, not two but three lives hang in the balance of this week's Nikita. Following Alex's kidnapping, Division attempts to save her from Amanda's clutches. Unfortunately, a couple backdoor dealings screw up Nikita's plan. In "The Life We've Chosen" not everyone makes it home alive.
Nikita staged an unlikely "Reunion" between its leading ladies. Nikita and Amanda were forced to put their issues aside, in order to survive. What could bring these two together? Meanwhile, Alex is left out in the cold as she attempts to save Ari's son.
Sean Pierce can't catch a break. When it comes to Nikita, he's the only person living on the straight and narrow. Yes, he's helped out on missions but he never officially joined Division. All of that changes in "Black Badge," when Sean's name and freedom is compromised.
This week, Nikita's desperately trying to right her wrong. In "Brave New World" she goes on a secret mission in search of a mad scientist. If successful, he could be the key to restoring Michael's hand. But an international extraction isn't an easy feat.
Nikita is making some serious changes. In "Survival Instincts," Owen is forced to step outside his comfort zone. The former Cleaner must become a legit agent, which is easier said than done. Meanwhile, a former ally returns to the fold. One couple gets romantic, while another drifts further apart.
True love conquers all: lies, theft, even amputation. Nikita returned with the aptly titled "Aftermath," which shined a light on Michael (Shane West). After last week's shocking events, he wants everything to go back to normal. Unfortunately, that's not going to happen.