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.
Just as Nikita is finally starting to see an end to the long war with The Shop, Ryan confesses a secret that could unravel it all.
Jones benches Amanda and takes back the reigns of the operation. He calls Nikita and offers her and the entire team complete freedom by wiping away their identities at a price.
Tensions continue to escalate between the United States and Pakistan after Amanda plants evidence that Pakistan hired Nikita to kill the President.
Nikita reunites with Michael, Birkhoff and Ryan aboard the team’s aircraft command center. Michael tells Nikita she should stay with the group and let them clear her name.
In the fourth season premiere, Nikita is still on the run after she was framed for the assassination of the President of the United States. A reporter from the news channel ENN named Dale (recurring guest star TODD GRINNELL – Revenge, Desperate Housewives) starts questioning what really happened that night and Nikita sees this as an opportunity to clear her name. She re-enters the country to talk to Dale but walks right into a trap set by Amanda. The team is alerted and Michael sets out to find Nikita before Amanda does. While Birkhoff and Ryan help Michael from their new mobile office — a high-tech aircraft — Alex stakes out a human-trafficking ring and learns the Shop is involved. Things go south and Alex is surprised when Owen/Sam shows up at the scene. Recurring guest stars include LYNDIE GREENWOOD (Sleepy Hollow) as Sonya and DAVID S. LEE (The Nine Lives of Chloe King) as Mr. Jones.
Don't miss the exciting conclusion of this sexy, gripping espionage drama starring international action star Maggie Q. With the blame for the President's murder on Nikita, she is once again a hunted rogue on the run trying to clear her name. Unexpectedly reunited with her old team, they discover the plot to frame Nikita is actually part of a larger conspiracy heading for a global catastrophe.
In the season finale, Amanda puts her final plan in motion and forces Nikita into a life-threatening situation where she has to choose between saving Michael … or saving herself. The team races to find a way to stop Amanda, but with a diminished Division, they might finally be out-gunned.
Michael questions his fiancée's commitment to a life beyond Division's web of deceit, double-crosses and death, and he's not the only one with doubts.
The black box falls into the hands of a mutinous agent guided by Amanda. Nikita, Michael and Alex stage a daring operation to regain control of it.
Undone by Amanda's programming, her inability to save everyone and her responsibility for the tragic events at Division, Alex violently strikes out.
Strapped down and drugged, Nikita is subjected to Amanda's horrific mental conditioning process, sending her on a terrible trip down memory lane.
Alex confesses to Birkhoff her desire to leave Division. Amanda begins providing Owen with memories of his real past.
Nikita and Michael learn of a new prosthetic hand that could have Michael back to his old self, but it comes at a steep price. Meanwhile, Alex and Sean are tasked with investigating who inside Division is behind a mutiny that ends in bloodshed.
When Nikita decides Division should take on a government mission to eliminate the president of Chad, Alex takes a stand and refuses to participate.
Amanda holds Alex hostage and tells Nikita she will release Alex in exchange for Ari. Michael assigns Nikita and Sean to handle the exchange.
Craig Silverstein lays it down; if Percy puts his plan into action, everything will change.
Find out the truth about how Division was created as Craig Silverstein gives us a taste of what's to come.
Craig Silverstein reminds us where we left off with Alex, Nikita, Michael, and Owen.
Craig Silverstein makes it clear there might be more than a double cross, or even a triple cross, this episode.
Craig Silverstein says this is certainly a "spy-ish" episode, with Nikita and her distrust of institutions.
Craig Silverstein catches us up on Kelly's history, and her re-appearance next episode.
Craig Silverstein asks the question: is Cassandra evil or not?
Craig Silverstein reveals that somebody dark from Nikita's past surfaces, looking for payback.
Executive producer Craig Silverstein gives us a sneak-peek of the premiere episode.
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How long can the dream last?
Alex has just the job for Sam.
She took a bullet, but for a reunion like this it might have been worth it.
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