Maggie Q will star opposite Dylan McDermott in the CBS psychological thriller.
Fans of author Veronica Roth’s wildly popular novel Divergent were wowed by the world-premiere trailer at Comic-Con International for director Neil Burger’s emotional, action-packed adaptation.
The stars and executive producer of Nikita shared secrets at Comic-Con International about the upcoming season of The CW action-drama and the changing character dynamics.
Maggie Q, star of The CW action series Nikita, discusses this week’s Season 2 finale, plans for the third season, and the dangers of stunt work.
As one series about a rogue secret agent gets picked up for a third season, another about an identity-thieving twin gets axed as The CW renews Nikita and cancels Ringer.
The CW’s fall lineup will include a second season for the spy drama Nikita and the return to television of Buffy the Vampire Slayer star Sarah Michelle Gellar.
When Nikita premieres on the CW tomorrow night, audiences will get a chance to see Mission: Impossible III and Live Free Or Die Hard‘s Maggie Q take on the mantle of the Division’s rogue operative as Luc Besson’s creation gets rebooted for a new generation. But it’s Besson’s original movie that drew the star to the role.