Another year has come and gone and it’s that time of year where we gather from far and wide to wish our wonderful girl a very Happy Birthday! Lyndsy is 26 today and I know she’s just getting back from an amazing trip through Europe with her family and she goes back to shooting new episodes of Nikita right away so she’s already off to an amazing start to her new year.
If you have a birthday wish or comment for Lyndsy then just leave it in the comment below, or you can send them to her on Twitter or Facebook
Back in July Lyndsy sent us gorgeous photos from a second shoot they had done to promote the second season of Nikita and finally they’ve been released for all to see!
We’ve got them in phenomenal quality and may even feature one or two of them in our upcoming layout! In the meantime, check them out in the gallery:
Thanks as always, to The Nina Dobrev Network for the photos!
The Huffington Post interviewed Lyndsy about the Season Premiere of Nikita,
How I Met Your Mother, and working with Shane West.
To read the interview head to
We are back! Sorry about the delay! Here we have the episode stills and synopsis for Episode 3.02 “Innocence” and if you look closely at Nikita’s hand, you can see what appears to be an engagment ring! Is Mikita finally engaged or is it all a cover for a mission?! How does Alex feel about this? You will have to watch and find out. This episode is scheduled to air Friday October 26th 2012 at 9/8c
NIKITA TRIES TO HELP A TROUBLED GIRL BRAINWASHED BY DIVISION —Nikita (Maggie Q), Michael (Shane West) and team extract a young girl named Liza (guest star Annalise Basso), who is being held captive by a rogue Division agent, Wade (guest star Chance Kelly). Wade has brainwashed Liza and trained her to be a Division agent to help him on his own personal mission. Nikita tries desperately to break through to Liza but, in a moment of chaos, the girl escapes Division. The team races to find her before she can complete her mission to unleash a deadly chemical into the UN building during a special event. Meanwhile, Liza’s abduction brings up painful old memories for Alex (Lyndsy Fonseca). Aaron Stanford and Noah Bean also star. David Grossman directed the episode written by Mary Trahan