Sneak Peek — Nikita 1.02 “2.0”

The CW’s new show, Nikita, returns with an all new episode on September 16 and the network has released a sneak peek, along with a discussion with producers, about the next new show.

You can also view a promo and photos we previously posted for the episode.

NIKITA IS CAUGHT IN A TRAIN STATION SHOOT-OUT

Percy (Xander Berkeley) and Michael (Shane West) take their latest assignment, a Slavic leader wanted for war crimes, into protective custody. Nikita (Maggie Q) learns of their hideout and attempts to thwart their plan, but a mysterious group of mercenaries in search of nuclear material beats her to the task.

Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) is activated earlier than expected for a special assignment that throws her into the crossfire of bullets. A flashback reveals a pivotal moment in Nikita’s life. Melinda Clarke, Aaron Stanford, Ashton Holmes and Tiffany Hines also star.


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