New promotional stills from the fourth episode of Nikita‘s third season, “Consequences,” mark the return of Owen and Amanda.

KSiteTV has the images:

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According to the episode synopsis, Amanda makes her move by sending “a rogue Division agent, Anne, to spring Owen from a Russian prison.” But when “Owen manages to escape her clutches,” he “sends a message to Nikita that he’s free.” Their reunion is soured when Owen finds out that Nikita is working with Division again, “but [he] returns to base with her.” While “Michael and Ryan aren’t sure they can trust Owen,” Nikita remains loyal to him.

In these images, we see what looks like Nikita and Owen’s reunion, Owen returning to the new Division, and Owen confronting Amanda. We also get a look at Alex, whose arm is in a sling after being shot in the previous episode, “True Believer.”

Devon Sawa (Owen), who was promoted to a series regular in the off-season, makes his first appearance since season 2’s “Pale Fire.”

And while this is Amanda’s first appearance of the season, this is not the first we have heard of her; we learned in the season premiere that she was responsible for 30 Division agents going rogue after Percy’s death. It is the job of the new Division to round up these agents, nicknamed the “Dirty Thirty.”

“Consequences” will air Friday, November 9 at 9:00 p.m. ET.

What do you think of the new images? Are you looking forward to seeing Owen and Amanda?

Looking for more ‘Nikita’?

Executive producer Craig Silverstein recently teased season 3, including Mikita romance, old and new villains, and potential deaths.

And don’t forget to share your thoughts on the season 3 premiere with other Hypable readers!

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