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La Femme Nikita: The Complete Fifth Season [3 Discs] [DVD]

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Special Features

  • Season 5: declassified
  • Season 5 internet teaser with introduction by director Jon Cassar
  • Canceled scenes on 3 episodes
  • Closed Captioned


As originally conceived, La Femme Nikita was to have ended its run with its season-four "Lady or the Tiger" finale. But when thousands of viewers wrote in to the USA network demanding that the series come to a more dramatically satisfying denouement, the series was renewed for a fifth and final season. This is the year in which heroine Nikita (Peta Wilson) finally learns why she was rescued from a life prison sentence and recruited by the covert anti-terrorist organization Section One. Also, the true identity of the mercurial Section One head man "Operations" is revealed -- and the news has a very special meaning to the astonished Nikita! In other developments relevant to the series' "closure," Operation's deceased second-in-command, Madeline (Alberta Watson), is resurrected in the form of a holographic clone; "canceled" computer wonk Birkoff is replaced by Kate Quinn (Cindy Dolenc); and the relationship between Nikita and her partner and lover, Michael (Roy Dupuis), takes an unexpected turn during Michael's efforts to save his son, Adam (Evan Caravella), from terrorists. ~ Hal Erickson

Cast & Crew

  • Peta Wilson - Nikita
  • Roy Dupuis - Michael
  • Alberta Watson - Madeline
  • Eugene Robert Glazer - Operations
  • Matthew Ferguson - Birkoff
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