Mr. Jones agrees to surrender to The Collective in return for the release of Michael's son and Nikita's promise to take control of Section One. The Collective kills Jones and frees Adam. Nikita and Michael bid each other farewell . . . for now.
Michael asks Nikita to bring him back into Section One, but Mr. Jones doubts Michael's motives. Upon his return, Michael assists on a mission that damages The Collective. Michael's son, Adam, whom Operations has kept hidden from Michael, is kidnapped by The Collective, which ransoms the boy for Jones.
Nikita's relationship with Mr. Jones leads Operations to attempt to kill Nikita. Nikita threatens to report Operations' betrayal, but he has evidence that she helped Michael escape from Section One. Operations' plane is shot down, and Nikita and Mr. Jones must work together to find him before The Collective does.
Nikita meets the true leader of Center--her father. A spy for The Collective works at Section One, and Nikita must determine who it is.
Mr. Jones must leave Center's protection to thwart the sale of deadly biological weapons. Nikita seizes the opportunity to force him to tell her the truth about her recruitment into Section One.
Although he no longer works for Section One, Michael remains Nikita's only hope for finding a cure to the deadly aftereffects from a mind-control process.
Quinn creates a holographic version of Madeline. Operation's obsession to work with Madeline again threatens to destroy Section One. Nikita discovers clues involving her original recruitment.
Still reeling from the tragedies resulting from the disclosure of her role as a Section One internal investigator, Nikita is paired with a new partner by the head of Center and put back in the field, where she faces danger from all sides.
The explosive final season of the hit action series begins as Section One operative Nikita (Peta Wilson) has just revealed that she was an internal investigator for Center, the supreme organization in control of Section One. This disclosure had extensive, deadly consequences, yet Nikita knows that her ultimate destiny is to take over Section One and restore it to its founding principles.
Facial prosthetics makes Nikita look like Kate Quinn. Michael and Nikita/Quinn escape from Section One, killing Davenport in the process. Operations orders Madeline to capture them or lose her position. On Madeline's orders, Jason accesses George's files, which reveal George's covert dealings with Red Cell. Operations kills George. (Part two of a three-part episode)
Section One captures Nikita and Michael and brings them back to headquarters. Operations and Madeline decide to kill Nikita. Mr. Jones wants Madeline cancelled, but she commits suicide by ingesting cyanide. Nikita saves Michael's life, but she refuses to accompany him on his escape from the Section.
A new Red Cell regime surfaces, and Operations sends Michael and his team to assassinate Maurice Grenet, the Cardinal's replacement. Nikita escapes Section One, and Michael discovers her connection to Section One's foremost enemy. Section One kidnaps Jason's girlfriend to ensure his cooperation in impersonating his twin brother. (Part one of a three-part episode)
In order to stop the sale of an anthrax-based weapon, Nikita infiltrates a mental institution, where the son of the weapon's creator is a patient. But can Nikita overcome the effects of the medication her doctor gives her and electroshock therapy long enough to complete the mission?
Injured during a mission, Nikita is taken prisoner by a demented junk collector and declared dead by Section One. Michael is ordered not to use Section One resources to find her. Nikita escapes her captor but is recaptured by the junk dealer's equally deranged mother. Madeline trains Jason to be more like his twin, Birkoff.
Section and Red Cell form an uneasy alliance to discover who's been destroying their installations. Madeline trades places with Satin Tate, a key Red Cell operative. Nikita worries about Satin's flirtatious behavior around Michael, but Michael's just using Satin to destroy Red Cell's main base.
To locate a Section communications satellite that has crashed in the southern United States, Nikita and Michael visit a strange, rural town that turns out to be Black Storm's central base. Birkoff's replacement, Corman, theorizes that Oversight or another division of Section intentionally brought the satellite down. Operations directs Davenport to ensure that Michael and Nikita's mission fails.
La Femme Nikita clip - starring Don Francks, Peta Wilson, Eugene Robert Glazer, Cindy Dolenc.
An elite government assassin, Nikita discovers that Michael, her lover and fellow operative, is married and has a son. Nikita survives the demise of Section One headquarters and undergoes a procedure that renders her emotionless.
As a deadly secret government operative, Nikita fights international terrorism alongside her fellow agents--while keeping a surprising secret.
Condemned to death for a vicious crime she didn't commit, Nikita (Peta Wilson--Mercy) reluctantly chooses to live as a secret government assassin whose life is controlled by a mysterious agent (Roy Dupuis--Screamers) and his colleagues.
After a brief period of freedom, Nikita, a secret government assassin for Section One, returns to save the very organization she formerly tried to escape and becomes intimately involved with her trainer and fellow operative, Michael.
Amid the ongoing battle to stay alive, Nikita realizes where her destiny lies--and, despite the her misgivings, chooses a dangerous and challenging path.
From the end of the opening sequence, in which the junkie friends of Nikita (Anne Parillaud) get killed robbing a drug store, she is apprehended, later meeting a creepy cop (Roland Blanche), in Luc Besson's international hit La Femme Nikita, 1990.
Now on the path to becoming a secret government assassin, Nikita (Anne Parillaud), having just laid out her karate instructor, joins her first session with her beauty coach, first scene for Jeanne Moreau, Parillaud's husband Luc Besson directing, La Femme Nikita, 1990.
A convicted cop killer, tricked by her jailers into believing she's been executed, Nikita (Anne Parillaud) wakes up, she's not sure where, and meets her de facto coach Bob (Tcheky Karyo), who makes an offer, in Luc Besson's La Femme Nikita, 1990.
French account of an amoral convicted drug addict and cop killer who is recruited by the police to carry out assassinations for the state. Highly acclaimed thriller!
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