Articles for Nikita Season 2

On  tonight‘s episode of Nikita, Nikita (Maggie Q) and Michael (Shane West) team up with an old friend to tackle their latest mission. Read more »
TV‘s resident badass is back, with leaked confidential information (um ... spoilers) about its second season that Nikita herself would probably kill me over. Luckily, this is just an article. But I‘ve encrypted the message just in case! Read more »
Last Season on Nikita, Michael (Shane West) and Nikita (Maggie Q) escaped from both Division and the CIA and finally got their hands on one of Division‘s infamous black boxes. After learning of Nikita‘s role in her father‘s death, Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) finally cut her ties with her mentor/partner. But instead of leaving the danger behind her, Alex agreed to work with Division to bring Nikita down, albeit only so she can get back her birthright. But with Amanda (Melinda Clarke) usurping control of Division from Percy (Xander Berkeley), viewers were left to wonder if the new Division regime would be any better than the last. We‘ll find out in Nikita season 2.  Read more »
On tonight‘s episode of Nikita, Nikita (Maggie Q) is given an unpleasant reminder of her past when a man she once captured under Percy‘s (Xander Berkeley) orders comes back into the picture. Read more »
On tonight‘s episode of Nikita, Nikita (Maggie Q) goes on a mission to rescue her former Division partner while Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) is also in pursuit. Read more »
On tonight‘s episode of Nikita, Nikita (Maggie Q) suspects there is more to the story when Michael (Shane West) wants to help a woman he once got involved with per Division‘s orders. Read more »
The CW is getting into business with Hulu. The network has finally signed a deal with the online streaming site to feature all of its programming beginning later this season.Hulu will offer the five most recent episodes of CW shows on its site. Subscribers to the site‘s premium Hulu Plus program will be able to view episode the day after they air, while the free versions will appear eight days after the episodes originally air.  Read more »
Thanks to Birkhoff (Aaron Stanford), Nikita (Maggie Q) is reunited with her father in tonight‘s episode, but things do not go as planned. Meanwhile, Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) plays right into Percy‘s (Xander Berkeley) hands.  Read more »
The CW has set its mid-season lineup, including the premiere date for the ninth and final season of One Tree Hill which moves to Wednesdays.  Read more »
On tonight‘s episode of Nikita, an old friend reaches out to Nikita (Maggie Q) from prison, and we learn more about Sean‘s (Dillon Casey) reasons for working with Oversight. Read more »
On tonight‘s episode of Nikita, Michael (Shane West) heads to London to see his son Max, while Percy (Xander Berkeley) offers Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) a deal she may not be able to refuse. Read more »
On tonight‘s episode of Nikita, Birkhoff (Aaron Stanford) tries to help Nikita (Maggie Q) identify members of Oversight, but their mission goes astray and Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) plans her own Russian op to kill Sergei Semak. Read more »
On tonight‘s mid-season finale of Nikita, Nikita (Maggie Q) goes to Owen (Devon Sawa) for help in finding another black box, and Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) makes her move against Sergei Semak. Read more »
On the season premiere of Nikita, Michael (Shane West) and Nikita (Maggie Q) use the black box to start their planned takedown of Division and Oversight, while Amanda (Melinda Clarke) adjusts to running Division while being watched by an Oversight spy. Read more »
I‘m popping in again for another round of casting bits, and tonight‘s edition includes an old vampire, a couple of Alcatraz baddies, and the Six Million Dollar man. But we begin with a stripper... Read more »
On tonight‘s exciting mid-season premiere, Nikita (Maggie Q) and Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) are finally back on the same team, while Michael (Shane West) and Owen (Devon Sawa) discover Percy‘s (Xander Berkeley) plan for the Guardians.  Read more »
Dillon Casey joined the CW show, Nikita, at the start of season 2 in the fall of 2011. The show follows the agents of a secret organization called Division. Dillon plays Sean Pierce, an Oversight agent. Read more »
On tonight‘s episode, Nikita (Maggie Q), Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca), Michael (Shane West) and Birkhoff (Aaron Stanford) reunite, while Percy (Xander Berkeley) enacts his plan for escape. Read more »
This week‘s casting roundup includes a Broadway veteran, a Grammy winner, the arrival of a love rival and a reunion of sorts. Read on to find out more. Read more »
In tonight‘s episode of Nikita, Michael (Shane West) helps Nikita (Maggie Q) handle a personal situation, while Percy (Xander Berkeley) gets in touch with a former colleague.  Read more »
In tonight‘s episode, Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) makes her return to the spotlight as the Udinov heir, and Nikita (Maggie Q) and Co. must look into the past in order to learn what Amanda (Melinda Clarke) is hiding. Read more »
Most of the CW‘s shows are going off the air for a few weeks, gearing up for a big finish. Today the network officially announced the finale dates for its shows so fans can mark their calendars and clear their schedules.  Read more »
If there‘s one thing you can say about Once Upon a Time, it‘s that the show always keeps you guessing. Where (and when) will we next see the fairy-tale characters? How will relationships unfold in the real world? What could possibly explain everything that is Rumplestiltskin? Fortunately, we can do a little better than guesses. Keep reading for a whole bunch of Once Upon a Time spoilers. Read more »
In tonight‘s episode, Nikita (Maggie Q) agrees to work with Amanda (Melinda Clarke) in order to save a life and Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) makes a shocking discovery.  Read more »
In tonight‘s episode, Nikita (Maggie Q) and Michael (Shane West) head to Moscow to confront Cassandra, while Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) tries to get a message to her mother. Read more »
In tonight‘s episode, Nikita (Maggie Q) makes her way into Zetrov HQ to stop Ari and Amanda (Melinda Clarke) from getting control of the company and its vast resources.  Read more »
In tonight‘s episode, Nikita (Maggie Q) has to confront her past and the team suffers a huge loss.  Read more »
In tonight‘s episode, Nikita (Maggie Q) has to rush to Birkhoff‘s (Aaron Stanford) rescue before Percy‘s (Xander Berkeley) people can find him, while Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) and Michael (Shane West) try to prevent Percy from getting ahead of the game.  Read more »
In tonight‘s episode, Nikita (Maggie Q) and Michael (Shane West) see things differently when it comes to trusting the government, while Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) and Sean (Dillon Casey) grow closer.  Read more »
The CW is going to be very full next season. The network previously renewed four shows for next season and just picked up five new ones, now comes news that three more shows have been renewed while two have been axed.  Read more »
In tonight‘s episode, Nikita (Maggie Q) has to enter the belly of the beast in order to stop Percy‘s (Xander Berkeley) latest plan.  Read more »
The CW has ordered more new dramas than ever before for the 2012-2013 TV season, but that‘s not the only major change. The struggling network is radically moving all of its returning shows to new nights or times except for The Vampire Diaries.  Read more »
It‘s time for the Nikita finale (thankfully we‘ll get a season three!) which means it‘s time for me to again say something: Shane West is an amazing actor. Possibly the most underappreciated actor on television. So in honor of his big night tonight, I give you ten of his best moments - as Michael and otherwise.  Read more »
If there is one truth to life, it‘‘s that there is an award show for everybody. Thus, we have the Teen Choice Awards, a competition whose winners are chosen solely by voters between the ages of 13 and 19. What will this year‘s teens be honoring? Keep reading for the first round of 2012 Teen Choice Award nominees. Read more »
It‘s my belief that good heroes are only half as good if they don‘t have proper villains to oppose them. And so it is with Nikita, where veteran character actor Xander Berkeley has been the face of evil, and ought to be commended for it. SPOILER ALERT!  Read more »
In tonight‘s season 2 finale, Nikita (Maggie Q) finally confronts Percy (Xander Berkeley), but things do not go as planned.Danger From All SidesNikita and Michael (Shane West) are still trapped inside Division thanks to the lockdown, but it does not take them long to find one another. Meanwhile, Percy tells his agents that Division has been breached and anyone who kills Michael and Nikita will be rewarded. At the Farm, Sean (Dillon Casey) and Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) survive their gun-battle with the Alpha team only to have the marines show up. They have to lay-low to avoid detection, as the marines do not know the difference between Nikita‘s people and the actual bad guys. The President makes a press statement announcing that he is pulling his support from the peace treaty and Percy is pleased, especially when the gentleman tells him that he has been admitted into the man‘s group. Percy is less pleased to see the marines, but he manages to convince his agents that he called them in to prevent Team Nikita from escaping. Read more »
It just keeps getting better and better: more casting news from season 2 of USA‘s Suits reveals that familiar faces from Nikita and ER will be coming aboard in some intriguing roles.  Read more »
The 2011-2012 TV season has officially come to a close,  the Nielsen ratings are in and for the first time in nine years, the most-watched show of the season isn‘t American Idol.The FOX reality juggernaut, which has been the highest-rated show in total viewers and the coveted 18-49 demographic for the past eight seasons, was dethroned in both categories by NBC‘s Sunday Night Football.  Read more »
Comic-Con is just a month away, and Warner Brothers has now released its full slate of TV shows that will be featured. The list spans multiple networks, from CW favorites like Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries to FOX‘s Fringe. The network will also be debuting a number of its biggest new sci-fi shows like Arrow, Kevin Bacon‘s The Following and J.J. Abrams‘ Revolution.  Read more »
You know how usually The CW is the first network to begin airing new episodes each fall? That‘s not the case for the fall of 2012. Instead, fans of CW programming will have to wait until October to watch their favorites. Keep reading for details and exact premiere dates. Read more »