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Nikita - Season 4 [DVD] 
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All six episodes from the fourth season of the US drama following agent Nikita Mears (Maggie Q). Three years after escaping Division, the covert government agency that trained her to be an assassin, Nikita returns to bring down the organisation. In the final season Nikita is on the run and trying to clear her name as the world's most wanted woman after her assassination of the US president. Reunited with her former team, Nikita must again face past betrayals as the group attempt to complete their ultimate goal of taking down their nemesis Amanda (Melinda Clarke). Whilst chasing down members of Division Nikita takes a path that will test the loyalty of those close to her and force her to make some shocking decisions. The episodes are: 'Wanted', 'Dead Or Alive', 'Set-Up', 'Pay-Off', 'Bubble' and 'Canceled'.
Framed for assassinating the U.S. president at the end of Season Three, Nikita is the world's most wanted woman…alone, on the run and trying to clear her name. When she unexpectedly reunites with her old team – ex-fiancé and mentor Michael, former protégé Alex, tech genius Seymour Birkhoff and ex-CIA analyst Ryan Fletcher – they struggle to heal past betrayals while attempting to take down their nemesis Amanda, discovering in the process a vast conspiracy that threatens a global catastrophe. With wild card Sam back on the scene, emotions run high and counterespionage runs deep as Nikita battles to be true to her mission, the people she loves, and herself in the heart-pounding final episodes of this killer espionage series.
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Simply spectacular; I love to guess, and I felt it had to end something like that, but this was a classy way of tidying everything up.
I'll watch this episode again, just for the pleasure.
Very highly recommend - if you stuck it out through all the other seasons, you deserve this icing on your cake.
As an aside, this is recommended viewing for people in high places who cancel sci-fi shows, because this is the way to finish a TV series properly.
That is how we got season 4 of Nikita. Honestly, I was a bit surprised the show had lasted this long with how low the ratings always were. While I wasn't a fan of season 3, after the cliffhanger ending, I was glad to hear it was coming back for a final six episodes.
And yes, I will be spoiling some things from season 3 as I discuss season 4. There's no way around it.
Especially since this season picks up with the aftermath of the cliffhanger. Yes, it's been a few months, but during that time, Nikita (Maggie Q) has been on the run, trying to find a way to clear herself of killing the President. While she is on her own, she is not alone in her quest since Michael (Shane West), Birkoff (Aaron Stanford), and Ryan (Noah Bean) are using a plane as their base, not only trying to track down Nikita but also hoping to find some evidence that clears her. The plane is financed by Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) who is using her fame, money, and charitable work as a cover. The biggest wild card is Sam (Devon Sawa), the operative formerly known as Owen.
With everyone working toward the same goal, it is inevitable that the group would reunite. Are their emotional wounds too deep to keep them from working together to clear Nikita? Especially when they realize they are up against The Shop and The Shop's newest mastermind - Amanda (Melinda Clarke).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic - always an unexpected twist to the story. Hope Nikita and Michael make it!!!Published 3 months ago by naureen juanita breen
One of my fave shows so the main point is to say that picture and sound are as good as you'd expect from a blurayPublished 6 months ago by Mr M
Nikita is one of my favourite DVDs. excellent at all levels; the script , the acting, the characters. This is an understated final Series. For me it is just excellent.Published 8 months ago by Kofi Torgbuiga