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  • Actors: Peta Wilson, Roy Dupuis, Alberta Watson, Eugene Robert Glazer
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • 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: 975 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,212 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "La Femme Nikita: Season 4" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 22 episodes on six discs
  • Commentary by director Brad Turner and actor Eugene Robert Glazer on Time to Be Heroes
  • Commentary by writer Peter Lenkov and actor Eugene Robert Glazer on Sympathy for the Devil
  • Canceled scenes with commentary by Christopher Heyn
  • Gag reel

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La Femme Nikita: The Complete Fourth Season (DVD)


The fourth season of the espionage action series La Femme Nikita might've been its last, were it not for a heroic effort to revive the show by its fans. Since the campaign was a success, the fourth season remains an exciting chapter in the cult series' history, and one with a startling denouement that left audiences begging for more. The crux of the series pits Section One's sinister head, Operations (Robert Eugene Glazer) against Nikita's partner/lover Michael (Roy Dupuis), who has been deemed expendable; meanwhile, Michael must find a way to deprogram Nikita (Peta Wilson) from the brainwashing that has turned into a destructive killing machine. Highlights from this season include the two-parter "Man in the Middle" and "Love, Honor and Cherish," which finds Nikita betrothed to a wealthy industrialist (Maxwell Caulfield) who is Section's next target; "No One Lives Forever," in which Nikita is granted her freedom in exchange for the murder of the man who killed her father (whose identity is one of the season's most gasp-worthy surprises); and the three-part conclusion ("Face in the Mirror," "Up the Rabbit Hole," and "Four Light Years Farther"), which reveals stunning news about Nikita's true identity, delivers a unpleasant fate for one of the major characters, and leaves the rest in particularly dire straits. Were this the conclusion of the series as intended, the fourth season certainly provided a worthy wrap-up, with more than its share of intrigue and last-minute plot twists; as it stands, it's exceptionally fun TV, with a fine balance of action and romance between the charismatic and attractive. Wilson and Dupuis. The six-disc set includes all 22 episodes of the fourth season; Eugene Robert Glazer provides commentary for two episodes, "Time to Be Heroes" and "Sympathy for the Devil," on which he's respectively joined by director Brad Turner and writer Peter Lenkov; there's also a collection of deleted scenes with commentary by Christopher Heyn assistant to the show's executive consultant Joel Surnow, and a gag reel. --Paul Gaita

Customer Reviews

Nice set of DVD's.
Great writing, fantastic acting, superb casting, and overall dynamic chemistry makes this series my favorite ever!
LFN fan
This was one of the best tv shows ever.
Tom Jones

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

57 of 63 people found the following review helpful By J Hawk on April 30, 2006
Format: DVD
All the fans who wrote Warner Brothers and demanded the 4th season, job well done. I am quite surprised Warner Bros. did not add the 5th season on to this one since it only had 8 episodes but oh well us fans will take whatever we can get. Wish the price would have dropped some but the episodes themselves are worth it.
****Episode Guide Season 4****
1.Getting Out Of Reverse- Micheal obtains Birkoff's help to restore Nikita's memory and learns that Operations wants him canceled.
2.There Are No Missions- Micheal learns that Adrian is not dead and seeks her help but realizes she has also suffered memory loss.
3.View Of The Garden-Micheal offers section a deal he returns to Section with Nikita and asks for his status back in exchange for not revealing the truth about Adrian to George, he allows Section to help Nikita.
4.Into The Looking Glass- Micheal kipnaps Nikita and heals her, Nikita pretends not to be healed but Madeline is not fooled.
5.Man In The Middle- Nikita is forced to marry a suspected red cell member under Sections orders.
6. Love Honor And Cherish- The man Nikita has married is not who he turns out to be.
7.Sympathy For The Devil- Operations offers Micheal and Nikita a deal if they secure the safty of one of his vietnam comrades, Birkoff learns he may have a brother.
8.No One Lives Forever- Nikita is chosen to participate in a new program, she can leave section but must break all ties with section, she contacts Micheal and is brought back in.
9. Down A Crooked Path- Section is attacked with a virus that wipes out information from operatives minds, but who released the virus may be surprising.
10.He Came From Four- A new operative named Jerome is brought in and has paranormal abilities, but who is he really?
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By David W. Ballantyne on May 13, 2006
Format: DVD
La Femme Nikita is the finest TV series in recent history to run on cable. The casting was brilliant with Peta Wilson and Roy Dupuis playing Nikita and Michael. Their personalities not only meshed, but fed each other on the show. The tension, the sex appeal, the intrigue with Operations and Madeline are palpable.

Beyond that however, the story lines are amazing. Written 10 years ago they are contemporary for today. They are still the most compelling and intriguing stories out there. Not even 24 comes close to Nikita. The set design was state of the art and is fresh today, and who can forget the music for the show? Everything in this series meshed. I would love to see this cast be put back together for a movie based on the series Nikita!
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43 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Movie Mania VINE VOICE on May 1, 2006
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In season Three we left Nikita brainwashed to be ambivilant towards Michael. And it appears that it is working but for how long? This season is just as steamy as the last two. But we are heading for the conclusion and more twists are in store for the characters (Seymour's twin brother) and Section 1.

Each season, the characters develop further become more complex. The best of these are Alberta Walker as Madeline (can anyone be any colder) and Eugene Robert Glaser as Operations. And in contrast to these we have the sizzling hot Peta Wilson as Nikita and Roy Dupuis as Michael. This is near perfect casting, especially for a cable show.

Disc 1:
Getting Out of Reverse - A top person from Section is abducted and Nikita must find her. But when Nikita finds the operative behind bullet proof glass, she offers to terminate the location even though there are children there. This alarms Michael. Michael tries to find out what Section has done to Nikita but when Operations finds out he orders Michael cancelled.

There are no Missions - Michael has gone rogue and found out that Adrienne is not dead but in cryogenics.

View of the Garden - Operations uses Nikita to bring Michael down but this does not work. Michael brokers his return to Section.

Into the Looking Glass - Michael confirms Nikita's brainwashing but learns that the brainwashing is reversible if he can do it in time.

Man in the Middle - Madeline and Operations realize that Nikita is no longer brainwashed. Michael and Nikita are put undercover to infiltrate a Red Cell arms dealer, Helmut Volker (Maxwell Caufield). The thing is that Madeline expects Volker to fall for Nikita and drive a wedge between Michael and Nikita.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Casey Tiner on May 3, 2006
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Looks like we gotta wait another year for season 5 set too. Each season box set has been released around July each year they sure do take there sweet time compared to other tv show box sets. But it's worth the wait, gives me time to watch them over again. Geeze! Can we get a picture of the box set already too?
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 30, 2006
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Before there was "Alias", there was "La Femme Nikita". This exciting show was a wonderful 5-year Sunday night ritual for me. Much has been written about the hot/cold/on/off relationship between Nikita and Michael, played by the stunning and compelling pair of Peta Wilson and Roy Dupuis. Almost equally compelling are the other main characters: Madeline, Operations, Walter, and Birkoff, all played to perfection by the talented cast. You really care about these characters to a degree not typical of most TV shows of the 1990's. While I also enjoyed the "Alias" series, LFN will remain my favorite TV spy series. Just when you think you can predict what the characters will do and where the storyline is going -- Surprise! Twist! Not what you expected!

So, thank you, Warner Home Video, for (finally) releasing the whole stunning LFN series on DVD. I can't wait until October 17th for Season 5!
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Is this season 4 or season 4 + 5? 5 was a short season so maybe this is the combination
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