‘Nikita’ Seasons 1-4 Leaving Netflix in November 2019


Nikita – Picture: The CW

Another show from The CW is set to leave Netflix in November with all four seasons of Nikita scheduled to leave Netflix on November 22nd. Here’s why Nikita is leaving Netflix and where you can expect it to stream next.

The series which ran for four seasons between 2010 and 2013 starred Maggie Q who plays the role of Nikita who is attempting to bring down the government organization that kidnapped her.

Here’s how Netflix pitches the show:

Nikita, one of the most highly skilled assassins on earth, targets the mysterious corporation that turned her and other at-risk teens into killers.

The final season of Nikita arrived on Netflix in late 2014 but Nikita itself has been one of the longest series to be on Netflix with season 1 added all the way back in 2011.

Why is Nikita leaving Netflix?

The contract for Nikita is coming to an end which is why it’s about to leave Netflix. The show is leaving roughly five years after the series concluded on Netflix. We’re seeing the same thing for a number of shows from The CW including The Carrie Diaries which expires in October and Life Unexpected which is also due for removal in November.

You can find a full list of what’s leaving Netflix in November 2019 on our site plus other regional lists such as the United Kingdom and Canada.

Where will Nikita stream next after it leaves Netflix?

Although The CW is a co-venture between Warner Brothers and CBS, this particular show is distributed solely by Warner Brothers. That means we’re likely going to be seeing Nikita join the launch lineup of HBO Max in 2020.

No other regions currently stream Nikita and given this removal, don’t expect it to arrive anywhere else on Netflix anytime soon.

You can find Maggie Q in Netflix’s revival season of Designated Survivor where she plays and an important role.

Will you miss Nikita once it leaves Netflix? Let us know in the comments.

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