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Photo Flash: NIKITA's 'Brave New World'

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On February 8's episode of NIKITA, entitled "Brave New World," Michael (Shane West) gives up his role as a field agent and resumes his role inside Division running Operations. After learning key information from Birkhoff (Aaron Stanford), Nikita (Maggie Q) preps a secret mission that takes her into dangerous territory. When Michael and Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca) and Ryan (Noah Bean) find out, they follow her into Kosovo but the outcome has far-reaching consequences for Division. Marc David Alpert directed the episode written by Kristen Reidel (#310).

Check out a first look below!
Photos by: Ben Mark Holzberg/The CW

Photo Flash: NIKITA's 'Brave New World'

Photo Flash: NIKITA's 'Brave New World'
Lyndsy Fonseca

Photo Flash: NIKITA's 'Brave New World'
Lyndsy Fonseca

Photo Flash: NIKITA's 'Brave New World'
Maggie Q

Photo Flash: NIKITA's 'Brave New World'
Shane West, John Billingsley, Maggie Q

Photo Flash: NIKITA's 'Brave New World'
Shane West, John Billingsley, Maggie Q

Photo Flash: NIKITA's 'Brave New World'
Maggie Q, John Billingsley

Photo Flash: NIKITA's 'Brave New World'
Adam Croasdell, Maggie

Photo Flash: NIKITA's 'Brave New World'
Maggie Q, John Billingsley

Photo Flash: NIKITA's 'Brave New World'


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