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Product Details

  • Actors: Peta Wilson, Roy Dupuis, Alberta Watson, Eugene Robert Glazer
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 17, 2006
  • Run Time: 978 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0008ENIR0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,188 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "La Femme Nikita: Season 3" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 22 episodes on six discs
  • Commentary by actor Eugene Robert Glazer and director Jon Cassar on the season opener
  • Commentary by Glazer and writer Peter M. Lenkov on the season finale
  • Canceled scenes with optional commentary
  • Designing Nikita: production designer Rocco Matteo at work
  • Gag reel

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

"You're one of us now," Nikita is told. But has she truly abandoned her compassionate nature and become an unquestioning member of the soulless covert organization called Section One? Or has she mastered the group's knack for deceit and cover-up so efficiently that she can beat Section at its own game? The sleek, chic and powerful adventures of the agent codenamed Josephine continue in Season Three of the intrigue-filled five-year series that stars Peta Wilson in the title role. Season three is marked by the unveiling of Michael's secret life, Nikita and Michael's romantic relationship and the further suspicion about the true nature of Section One.

DVD Features:
Audio Commentary
Deleted Scenes
Featurette:"Designing Nikita" a behind the scenes look at the award winning production designer, Rocco Matteo
Gag Reel

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Tensions between reluctant superspy Nikita (Peta Wilson) and her shadowy bosses at Section One couldn't be more rocky at the launch of La Femme Nikita's third season, and things definitely go from bad to worse. And it's not just Nikita who's having issues with her boss, Operations (Eugene Robert Glazer), but also Michael (Roy Dupuis), who experiences a major loss of power after being passed over for the Chief Strategist position ("Third Party Ripoff"), and fellow agents Walter (Don Francks) and Birkoff (Matthew Ferguson); the situation gets so bad that at one point, they consider jumping ship ("Slipping Into Darkness"). And if that's not enough complication and intrigue, Michael and Nikita's romantic inclinations finally take root, much to the consternation of Section One and Madeline (Alberta Watson), who attempts to nix their relationship, forcing the pair to meet behind her back ("Playing with Fire"). All this, plus a pair of deadly terrorist siblings ("Threshold of Pain"), and a modeling agency that fronts as a combo brothel/gladiator arena ("Hand to Hand"), adds up to another exciting season.

Season 3's six-disc set includes all 22 episodes, with commentary by Eugene Glazer on two shows--the season opener, "Looking for Michael," on which he's joined by director Jon Cassar, and the finale, "On Borrowed Time," which also features writer/production consultant Peter Lenkov. Glazer and Cassar also offer comments on a 13-minute battery of 10 deleted scenes from various episodes, while Cassar, Lenkov, and executive consultant Joel Surnow (24) are featured on an eight-minute featurette about production designer Rocco Matteo. And lest first-time viewers consider La Femme Nikita a laugh-free show, there's even a three-minute gag reel to lighten the mood. The season 3 set should be the perfect six-course meal to tide over devoted Nikita-ites--until the season 4 set, of course. --Paul Gaita

Customer Reviews

In my opinion, this is the best of all 5 seasons.
Julie Lane
The dvds came in a case that was sturdy and none of the disc were scratched or water damaged.
Dancer
La Femme Nikita was one of the best television shows ever created.
Zamarie Ramirez

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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Movie Mania VINE VOICE on February 1, 2006
Format: DVD
As we left section, Adrian tried to take over Section One but failed. Season three is the season that the show really took shape and the supporting characters came into their own.

There are 22 episodes on six discs.

Disc One -

Looking for Michael - Everyone who knew about Adrian is being killed, including Nikita who escapes her trap. Nikita is looking for Michael and finds him with a wife and child. This episode introduces George, a foe for Operations and Madeline.

Someone Else's Shadow - Michael's cover with Elena moves forward in hopes to draw out her terrorist father. Section initiates letters to Elena and her father to make contact. Elena's father sets up a meeting but does not show.

Opening Night Jitters - The Elena cover continues. Michael is to poison her to draw out her father but he cannot. But section can and does, sending Elena to the hospital. He father comes and is eliminated and so is Michael.

Gates of Hell - Michael is devastated at the loss of Elena and Adam. It is affecting his work and Nikita is worried that his fake death may become permanent. When Nikita is captured during a mission and Michael is told to withdraw, he saves her.

Disc Two -

Imitation of Death - We're back to regular episodes. Section is after a man who trains children into terrorists. Nikita is sold to them.

Love and Country - Section targets a political candidate who has dubious ties including one to Operation's first wife.

Cat and Mouse - Nikita is kidnapped by an old target and replaced with an identical "clone". Nikita is forced to help the clone or Michael will be killed. So is she helping or is she giving secret clues?
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59 of 68 people found the following review helpful By MishaBri on May 11, 2005
Format: DVD
La Femme Nikita was the FIRST television show to ever have a strong, intelligent female as the lead. The actors are all of the highest caliber and the plots/story lines are so engaging, you'll be hooked after just one episode. If this series had been on a major network at the time it originally aired, it would have been on MUCH longer. Alias doesn't hold a candle to this show (as a matter of fact, they steal a lot of their stories from LFN). Jennifer Garner only wishes she was as believable as Peta Wilson is in this type of role. Roy Dupuis (Michael) is also an amazing actor and is HUGE in Canada. This was a show that believed it's audience to be intelligent, but can be enjoyed by everyone. It has the right mix of romance, action, intrigue, and technical gadgets so there is something for everyone.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Julie Lane on May 6, 2005
Format: DVD
In my opinion, this is the best of all 5 seasons. All the characters have been fully developed. In Season 1 and part of Season 2, it seemed a bit like they weren't in these characters as well as later. Plus, it starts off with an incredibly emotional start. Major insight into the character of Michael, finally some of the intense emotion we all knew he had under the layers he hides under. What more can I say?
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35 of 43 people found the following review helpful By C. Gonzalez on April 27, 2005
Format: DVD
I've watched La Femme Nikita since the day the show started. From the very first episode, I was hooked. Peta Wilson plays the role so well, I can't wait until she breaks out on the big screen. The only sad thing is that it had to end before it really had a chance. So, from a true fan of the show, I say everyone who likes action series should check this show out. Trust me, you won't be disappointed.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mena Dahn "Will" on May 3, 2005
Format: DVD
I faitfully watch Nikita when I was in high school and when I went to college, I schedule my studies around Nikita. I made sure regardless what I was doing, I made it home to watch it. Peta and her supporting cast are awesome and I don't know why the series got cancel but I do know that I can't wait for this season to come and the rest of the seasons. I caught a case of the a$$ last year when WB change the release date on season 2, hope it doesn't happen with this one. But for those that like Alais, you'll love Nikita. I have a friend hook on it because she loves Alais and didn't think she would like it but changed her mind after the 1st season. So give it a try
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Loupgarou on June 29, 2005
Format: DVD
I've loved LFN since it's debut for one reason only, they never took the easy way out and dumbed it down for Jethro (ref. Beverly Hillbillys). Happy endings are few and far between, bad stuff happens and people pay the price. As far out as the show goes, I think at it's core it's one of the most real shows ever produced.

Season 3 is without a doubt my favorite. Just when you thought they couldn't mess with your head anymore, BAM! Straight to the moon! LFN Fan-attics know what I'm referring to, so kick back and enjoy. And please, tell your friends...
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Britt Gillette on July 27, 2005
Format: DVD
Nominated for 18 Gemini Awards (which honor the English language achievements of Canadian television), La Femme Nikita established itself as a stalwart on the USA Network in the late-1990s. Based on the 1990 motion picture of the same name, La Femme Nikita changed its cast, but not its edgy characters and exciting underworld setting. A forerunner to the successful hit series Alias, the show features all the intrigue of its successor coupled with the fast-paced action of 24. An hour-long action/adventure drama series, La Femme Nikita premiered on the first day of 1997 and quickly built a loyal fan base that followed the series for five stellar seasons before its premature cancellation in Spring 2001...

La Femme Nikita follows the life of Nikita (Peta Wilson), a woman wrongfully convicted of a brutal murder. Sentenced to life in prison, a top-secret government agency known only as Section One sets its sights on the woman it believes to be a ruthless killer. Faking Nikita's suicide, they usher her out of prison to train and program her into a willing and obedient assassin. But the conspirators at Section One didn't bank on Nikita's innocence. Now, they're stuck with a bloodthirsty felon who's not as bloodthirsty as they thought. Nevertheless, Nikita (now code-named 'Josephine') must carry out the orders of her superiors or else face her own death at the hands of an organization intent on keeping its secrets from the outside world. La Femme Nikita boasts an excellent cast to compliment Nikita's numerous adventures, among them are Michael Samuelle (Roy Dupuis), Davenport (Lawrence Bayne), Seymour Birkoff (Matthew Ferguson), Walter (Don Francks), and Paul "Operations" Wolfe (Eugene Robert Glazer).
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