AMC is traveling back to the 1700s for its newest scripted drama, Turn, a thriller series set during the Revolutionary War era that tells the true story of America's first spies.
It's the beginning of the end for Nikita. The CW spy show returns Friday at 9/8c to kick off its final, six-episode season. And although fans are grateful that Nikita will have a proper (if shortened) send-off, there's a very legitimate fear that things won't end well.
Lee Pace, Jamie Bell
AMC has ordered two new dramas starring Pushing Daisies alum Lee Pace and Billy Elliot star Jamie Bell, the network announced at Friday's Television Critics Association's fall TV previews.
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Nikita will go out on a high note, so to speak.
At the series' Comic-Con panel on Friday, creator Craig Silverstein revealed that the season will place Nikita's gang on a plane. "Their lair this time is an airplane that means they can be in different places around the globe," he said. "We're going to be in the sky!"
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Despite that uplifting news...
AMC has ordered two new drama pilots from the producers behind Nikita and Breaking Bad, the network announced Tuesday.
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Maggie Q and Shane West
Nikita's Percy may be dead, but his legacy lives on in The Dirty Thirty.
On the Season 3 premiere (Friday at 9/8c, The CW), Nikita & Co. discover that taking over Division means having to clean house after the death of its leader Percy (Xander Berkeley) last season. "When the recall order was sent out, 'Percy is dead. Come back in from wherever you are in the world,' some agents complied. Thirty of those people didn't," Nikita creator Craig Silverstein told reporters at Comic-Con. "They cut their trackers out and disabled them. They're out for themselves, money, for whatever crazy ideology and personal goals they have."
Maggie Q, Jeffrey Pierce
Nikita fans won't have to wait long to find out where their favorite cleaner has been once The CW action-drama returns this fall.
The series' Comic-Con panel kicked off Thursday with the confirmation that...
Comic-Con is just around the corner, and on Wednesday, Warner Bros. released their full 2012 lineup for the international geekfest held each summer in San Diego.
Good news and bad news over at The CW on Friday: Ringer and The Secret Circle have been canceled, while Nikita, Gossip Girl and Hart of Dixie have been renewed.
Ringer's cancellation comes as no surprise...
Amanda may be the current head of Division, but it appears that Percy might be calling the shots... from his prison no less.
"I think Amanda is a master manipulator, but I think Percy's ego is even bigger," Nikita's Melinda Clarke tells TVGuide.com. "I think Amanda is a little more realistic but found herself getting caught up in the power and grandeur of all of Division. She's ultimately the same creature as Percy, and gets caught up into wanting more and more power. It goes beyond just money. For the future of Division, it'll be interesting to see who ends up in power. Clearly it could be up for grabs."