As a troubled teen, Nikita was rescued from death row by Division, a secret U.S. agency that trained her as an assassin and spy. After the agency betrayed her, Nikita spent three years in hiding. Now she is seeking revenge, stopping at nothing to shut down and expose the operation, her former boss, Percy, and her former friends at Division. Meanwhile, the agency continues to recruit and train new members, bringing in young people, erasing their pasts, and turning them into cold and efficient killers. CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO WATCH
Maggie Q, the star of The CW's new spy drama 'Nikita,' may be just has mysterious to American TV audiences as her character is on the show. Movie fans will remember her from roles in 'Mission Impossible III,' 'Live Free or Die Hard,' 'New York, I Love You' and 'Rush Hour 2,' but to TV audiences, she's a very fresh face. Want to know what the Q in Maggie Q stands for? Or who gave her the martial arts training that's made her into such a fearsome force on 'Nikita'? Find out as we declassify Maggie Q. To Read More Click Here .
Watch a sneak peek and browse photos of the pilot episode of The CWâs new series NIKITA which premieres Thursday, Sept. 9 at 9 pm. Episode Synopsis: When she was a deeply troubled teenager, Nikita was rescued from death row by a secret U.S. agency known only as Division, who faked her execution and told her she was being given a second chance to start a new life and serve her country. What they didnât tell her was that she was being trained as a spy and assassin. Ultimately, Nikita was betrayed and her dreams shattered by the only people she thought she could trust. To Read More Click Here .
During our visit to the "Nikita" set in Toronto on Aug. 11, the series' star not only refrains from putting the hurt on me but also greets me warmly, recognizing me from my previous interview with her at Comic-Con. The cheery Ms. Q submits to us 5 Quickies above -- touching on who in the cast has the best nickname and her dream guest star -- before settling down in Toronto's dimly lit nightclub the Roosevelt Room to discuss what's going on in the episode she's shooting. "Nikita," which premieres Sept. 9 on The CW, centers on the titular assassin (Maggie Q), who goes rogue and vows to take down the Division, the shadowy agency that trained her. Her return isn't an easy one though. To Read More Click here .
If you haven't noticed, "Nikita" will soon be kicking butt on The CW. In the latest promo, we see Maggie Q all in red alone in a red room except for the videos that haunt her. Red for danger. Red for revenge. They sure do like to put Maggie Q in red -- bikinis or otherwise. We like this promo because it doesn't go through the whole story the same way previous ones did. The visuals are a bit strong, but we like the contrasts. "Nikita" premieres on Sept. 9 Source & Promo
Watch out, Maggie Q. "Nikita's" Melinda Clarke plays another beautiful, deadly and unpredictable woman you don't want to underestimate. The TV star known for a variety of roles, ranging from the crafty Julie Cooper on "The O.C." to dominatrix Lady Heather on "CSI," talks to Zap2it during a visit to the Toronto set in August. Clarke plays Amanda, a mysterious but powerful woman in Division, the agency that first trained Nikita (Q) to be an assassin before she went rogue. In the scene, Amanda is in her half-modern, half-shabby chic all-white lair (a contrast to Nikita's hodgepodge hideout) sitting across from Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca), the latest Division recruit who just had a panic attack during training. To Read More Click Here .