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Though there was plenty of action in this week's "Nikita," the episode still felt a little akin to the calm before the storm, allowing us all to take a collective breath before delving headfirst into the final three episodes of the season.
Now that Division is no longer government funded, I'd imagine that will present its own set of problems ... Yes it does. It
It was a pleasure to see two such well-crafted episodes in a row, and it seems as though Michael's situation will create plenty of compelling conflict and character growth for a number of our characters over the next few episodes.
Anything else you can tease in broad strokes about what's coming up later in the season? You’re going to see a lot of Amanda
This week's "Nikita" left me torn -- while there was a lot to love about the episode (Isaiah Mustafa! Crazy Amanda! Badass Sean!) there were also a few moments that felt jarring at best, and irritating at worst.
Even after a two-week break and a shift into a new (old) timeslot, "Nikita" didn't miss a beat with this week's stellar installment, proving that the creative team hasn't lost the magic formula that made Season 2 so epic.
After a two-week break, "Nikita" is back this Friday in its new (old) timeslot of 8 p.m. EST, and to celebrate the super
Since things hit a bit of a lull with last week's solid but unspectacular "True Believer," it was great to see "Nikita" back on form with "Consequences," which started at sixty and only accelerated from there.
When Season 2 of "Nikita" began, Percy's (Xander Berkeley) sadistic right-hand woman, Amanda (Melinda Clarke), had ousted