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'Nikita' Interviews: Lyndsy Fonseca and Aaron Stanford on the Team's Final Journey
Friday, November 22, 2013
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The time has come to say hello to the last episodes of
With Nikita out on her own, her family goes on a search to find and bring her back to them. With all but Alex presumed dead, that's both an advantage and a hindrance.
Lyndsy Fonseca and Aaron Stanford spoke to reporters this summer about their characters' final journeys in
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on Why Nikita Left her Family Behind
Lyndsy Fonseca Interview
Highlights from the interview: '
Everyone other than Alex is considered dead by the world. She has to deal with being her well-known self.
Alex goes to work for the UN. She embraces being Alexandra Udinov as more than just a cover. She uses it to her advantage during the day and kicks ass at night.
Fonseca is glad that they get to tie up the storylines. She hopes that Alex can find happiness.
"I'm sure someone is going to die." Though, Fonseca doesn't know for a fact, but the show is
She'd like to see Alex to accept who she is.
Alex would have had a more difficult time dealing with Nikita's absence if it happened years ago. Since they have had their differences over time, it's easier.
In season 4, it will be about finding Nikita and helping her realize leaving was more hurtful.
The premiere picks up right away with action.
The cast and writers all think that the final six episodes will provide closure and are happy they are given that opportunity.
on Michael's Troubled Emotional State
Aaron Stanford Interview
Highlights from Interview:
The season starts with the team looking for Nikita. Ryan and Birkhoff are running the operation out of a jumbo jet.
Stanford thought it was nice to show up at Comic-Con for one last time for fans.
He had no idea how the story for Birkhoff would end.
He was glad that Division was destroyed. All of season 3 he was stuck in that "dungeon."
Six episodes allow for a tight, cohesive story to close out the series.
"Maybe this will end up being a tragedy."
Sonya returns in season 4. "Never interesting to keep it happy"
Birkhoff's origin story will be told in season 4. Birkhoff may not be the "Birkhoff we all know and love."
Who flies the plane?
The action stuff for Birkhoff was a highlight and fun.
He would rather see a tragic or bittersweet ending for Birkhoff. He doesn't trust happy endings.
New season as a new energy. Each season has a unique feel and story.
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