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Nikita Co-Stars Lyndsy Fonseca and Noah Bean Are Married

It was a match made in TV heaven. Nikita co-stars Lyndsy Fonseca and Noah Bean are officially Mr. and Mrs. The couple married at Saltwater Farm in Connecticut and the actress announced... ...Read More... //

24, Nikita Actress Dies at 60

  Canadian actress Alberta Watson has died at the age of 60, ET Canada reports. "Alberta passed away on Saturday evening at Kensington Hospice in Toronto," her agent told the outlet. "Her husband Ken was by her side. We await details of a memorial service for her."   Read More... //

'Nikita' Producer Inks Overall Deal at 20th Television, Joins 'Sleepy Hollow'

As part of the pact, Albert Kim will become a co-executive producer on the second season of Fox's breakout drama.              //

Devon Sawa Welcomes Son: "He's My Little Pride and Joy"

  Devon Sawa  and his wife Dawni welcomed son Hudson on Jan. 9,  Us Weekly   reports. The baby boy is "8 lbs., 1 oz. of pure love," the  Nikita   star said in a statement.    Read More... //

TV ratings: 'Nikita' series finale is flat, CBS wins with reruns

Fast National ratings for Friday, Dec. 27, 2013"Nikita's" series finale might have been perfect, but it didn't draw any more than its season average of viewers. The CW drama didn't even get a Season 4 high from the show's final episode, "Canceled," which drew 813,000 viewers and a 0.6 rating/1 share in households. That was down from its second and third episodes in Season 4, though it was up from the season premiere and was a significant boost from the previous two episodes.Meanwhile, CBS continued its streak of running reruns -- this time "Undercover Boss" and "Garth Brooks Vegas" -- and won the night with both programs. "20/20" was down from last week for ABC, but was still the most-watched program of the night. NBC's special "What We Wasted Our Year On" hit soft with 4.4 million viewers and a 2.9 rating/5 share in households. CBS's average for the night was 5.2 million viewers and... //

'Nikita' series finale: Nikita and Michael almost didn't have a happy ending

"Nikita" series finale spoilers are contained in this article, so read on at your own risk. If there is one thing that can be said about "Nikita's" series finale, it's that it was perfect. After four seasons, showrunner Craig Silverstein found just the right way to wrap up his CW drama. Somewhat surprisingly, "Canceled's" final product wasn't always the way he planned the series to end. First and foremost, Silverstein never really wanted Nikita and Michael to have their happy Ecuador ending. Though we thought it was a fitting end for the couple, he would have liked to have kept them apart if he'd had a full season to build to that point. "I still think that there is a satisfying ending out there, one that I saw hazily, in which Nikita went off on her own and Michael got back to a normal life, which is something that he always wanted," Silverstein tells TVLine.... //

Nikita Boss Weighs In on Series Finale, Amanda's Fate and More

  [Warning: The following contains spoilers from Nikita's series finale. Read at your own risk!] Nikita and her merry band of rogue agents are no more. After four seasons of sacrifice, betrayals, lost loves and lost causes, Nikita 's series finale on Friday ...   //

'Nikita' series finale: Maggie Q, Shane West and more say goodbye

"Nikita" is coming to its series finale after four seasons of action. How does the cast feel about the end of the show? This interview with the actors -- Maggie Q, Shane West, Lyndsy Fonseca, Aaron Stanford and Devon Sawa -- has some answers.Although none of the actors could or would give away how "Nikita" would end, there were a few teases about what might be coming. Fonseca, for example, hinted that fans should be happy about what's coming. "It's not gonna be a cliffhanger, but it's not gonna be something where it's like 'Oh happy! Tied up in a big, pretty bow!'" the actress explained. "It feels good to have closure, but they're also going to ... I feel like I would, as a fan, be like, 'I wonder what that life's going to be like?' or 'Oh look! They're doing that!' You can still think about the characters."Maggie Q agreed that stories... //

'Nikita' series finale: 10 spoilers from Nikita's last mission in 'Canceled'

It's finally here: the end of "Nikita."It's been a wild ride in Season 4 as Nikita and her team found their way back to each other to finish off their final mission: take down Amanda and The Shop/The Group. We got only six episodes to wrap up The CW's spy thriller, and "Nikita" packed as much story and character development it could into those final hours. And on Friday (Dec. 27), it all comes to head in the series finale, "Canceled."The hour is so intense you'll forget that it's only one hour, and the brilliant masterminds behind "Nikita" came up with an ending so perfectly shocking that you'll hate yourself for not believing in them throughout the episode. Yes, we know that's kind of vague, but believe us, you don't want us spoiling any part of the ending. It's just perfect.So what can we tell you? Here are 10 spoilers from the Season 4/series... //

Nikita Season 4 Finale 2013 “Canceled”

Nikita  Season 4 Episode 6 “Canceled” airs Friday, December 27 2013 at 9 pm on the CW. Episode Synopsis:  Nikita Season 4 Episode 6 “Canceled” – THE FINAL FIGHT — Frustrated that MDK is still active, Nikita decides to end it her way. Leaving Michael and the team behind, Nikita takes Alex on the road to exact revenge. Nikita and Alex capture Jones (guest star David S. Lee) and force him to reveal the names of the rest of the members of MDK. Armed with the information, Nikita goes down a dark path that may ultimately cost her her soul. Michael tracks her down and must get her to surrender before the military opens fire and kills her. However, Nikita isn’t one to give up on a fight, leading her to make a shocking decision. Eagle Egilsson directed the episode written by Albert Kim & Carlos Coto. Read More... //