Sorry, "Mikita" fans, but Cassandra is back.
"It's so funny; so many people have told me they hoped Cassandra was gone for good," Nikita star Maggie Q tells TVGuide.com. "She was gone, but she's come back in all of her glory."
On Friday's midseason finale of Nikita (8/7c, The CW), Owen greets Nikita in the morning with a breakfast he cooked himself. The only problem with this cozy setup? Michael is supposed to be the man in Nikita's life, not Owen.
Nikita is going to deal with daddy issues.
Shane West sat down with TVGuide.com to tease Friday's episode of Nikita, "343 Walnut Lane" (8/7c on The CW), and confirms that the Cassandra (Helena Matsson) story line isn't over yet. [Spoilers! If you haven't seen the previous episode, "Looking Glass" yet, it's best to not read further.]
Cassandra is blonde, beautiful... and on Nikita fans' most-hated list.
In Friday's episode, "Looking Glass" (8/7c, The CW), Michael (Shane West) looks up Cassandra (Helena Mattsson), a woman he had "romanced" as part of a mission for Division back in the day. Wait, what does he want with her now that he's with Nikita (Maggie Q)?
Swedish actress Helena Mattsson has landed a recurring role on Nikita, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Mattsson, who's appeared on Desperate Housewives, will play Cassandra, a sophisticated political figure who created some emotional ...