Dillon Casey has joined the cast of The CW's Nikita, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The 27-year-old Vampire Diaries alum, whose credits also include Torchwood: Miracle Day and Being Erica, will play...
Sophia Bush, Maggie Q
The CW has renewed One Tree Hill and Nikita and pulled the plug on Hellcats.
Long-running CW soap One Tree Hill had been expected to come back for a ninth season already, so the news comes as no huge surprise. Most of the cast, including original...
Over the course of its first season, Nikita has become a show about loss and difficult choices as much as espionage and violence. It's no surprise then that one of the principal characters meets a Division-related demise on Thursday's finale (9/8c on the CW).
"Yes, someone dies," Lyndsy Fonseca confirms to TVGuide.com. "Everything that happens in the finale is not just for the sake of killing people or for the sake of a good storyline. Stuff has been kind of brewing for a long time, and I think it's going to be really emotional."
Lyndsy Fonseca and Xander Berkeley
Amanda's shockingly violent turn at the end of last week's Nikita is just an appetizer for the evil Percy will be serving up in the final two episodes of the season.
"I think Percy is most impressive in Thursday's episode (9/8c on the CW)," executive producer Craig Silverstein tells TVGuide.com. "It really shows just how smart Percy is as an antagonist. Your hero is only as good as your villain is evil."
Shane West and Maggie Q
First comes love, so is marriage far behind? Now that Michael and Nikita are together, can these two crazy Division rogues make it as a couple?
"Oh yes, Mikita," Nikita star Shane West tells a group of reporters over coffee. "We love it. The fact that the fans reacted so quickly to that relationship was great. It was really a testament to them and we discovered we could tease a lot [of their romantic history] by adding these flashbacks. I think that was something that grew into the subject line. We're stunned by the fan reaction. We have a fan who sent Mikita posters that are phenomenal."
Put away your firearms, Mikita 'shippers. The return of Owen on Thursday's Nikita won't necessarily doom Michael and Nikita's recent relationship breakthrough.
"I don't think there's a Nikita-Owen love thing going on, not in this episode," Devon Sawa tells TVGuide.com. "Owen's head is too cloudy, too foggy to even think about that kind of thing right now. So unless my character returns, Mikita is a safe thing."
Shane West, Maggie Q
Fans psyched for Nikita's return from hiatus are looking forward to one thing: A long-awaited, steamy encounter between Michael (Shane West) and Nikita (Maggie Q) teased by early promos.
But not so fast! West, who's well aware of the devoted "Mikita" following, tweeted a warning: "Lots of different Nikita promos are circulating to get you all in a 'tizzy.' Some may be dream sequences, flashbacks, or the present ;)."
Mad Men's Rich Sommer will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Nikita, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Sommer will play Malcolm Mitchell, a CIA consultant who...
"This is Nikita's version of Inception," Melinda Clarke tells TVGuide.com about Thursday's episode. "Amanda is injecting Alex with a hallucinogen to give her this waking dream state in order to extract the information she wants."
The chemical interrogation will make many fans happy. "They really want Amanda to be truly evil," she says. "That's the fan response: We need her to be as bad as possible and to be really evil. At one point someone asked for some violence."
Maggie Q and Shane West
On Thursday's episode of Nikita, Michael interferes with rookie agent Alex's budding romance to teach her an important lesson about working at Division: Love and black ops don't mix.
"Love is part of the past," Shane West tells TVGuide.com. "Michael had a wife, a daughter, a job in the Navy. All of that was taken away from him by someone he thought was his best friend. He joined Division to get revenge and take out bad guys along the way. That's why he's dark, why people ask if Michael could...