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Welcome to Maggie Q Online, your number one source for all things Maggie Q. She is best known for her roles in several films such as Mission: Impossible III, Live Free or Die Hard, the Divergent film series, and in television shows such as Nikita and Stalker. She currently stars as FBI Agent Hannah Wells in the new ABC show, Designated Survivor. Thanks for stopping by, and please visit us again soon!
May 17, 2012 Events-Gallery

I’ve uploaded a couple of brand new photos of Maggie’s arrival at the CW Upfronts in New York. Keep checking back for additions and high-resolution images once they become available.

May 17, 2012 News-Nikita

Just call Wednesday night hero night on The CW’s 2012-2013 schedule. The network has moved Friday night player “Supernatural” to Wednesdays and is pairing it with the new DC Comics series “Arrow.”

Meanwhile, Tyra Banks’ “America’s Next Top Model” moves to Friday nights paired with “Nikita

New medical drama “First Cut” joins “Hart of Dixie” on Tuesdays and the vampires of Mystic Falls will meet the beast on Thursdays with the programming block of “The Vampire Diaries” and “Beauty and the Beast.”

“The Carrie Diaries,” the “Sex and the City” prequel and one of The CW’s highest profile projects, doesn’t make its CW debut until midseason. When it does, Carrie Bradshaw will take over the “Gossip Girl” timeslot. The CW’s other new scripted series, “Cult,” is also being held for midseason.

“One of our biggest priorities this year at The CW was adding more original programming, and we’ve added 50 original hours to our schedule in 2012,” Mark Pedowitz, president of The CW, said in a statement. “With dynamic new dramas for the fall and midseason, and our first-ever summer schedule leading into our October fall launch, this is poised to be a transformative season for The CW.

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May 12, 2012 Gallery-Nikita

HD screen captures from last night’s incredible episode of Nikita have been added to the gallery. I pretty much bit through all my fingernails during the last few minutes, definitely one of the season standouts. Next Friday cannot come soon enough! Enjoy the photos.


May 12, 2012 Gallery-Nikita

I’ve updated the gallery with high-resolution replacements and additions from the recent episodes of Nikita including next week’s season finale. Be sure to check them out.


May 12, 2012 Articles & Interviews-Nikita

“This is where everything starts to unravel, and nothing is going to turn out the way you expect it to.”

That’s what Maggie Q — star of The CW’s just-renewed Nikita — told reporters this week when asked what lies beyond tonight’s shocking cliffhanger. But that’s not all she shared.

Here’s what the butt-kicking beauty revealed about the Season 2 finale, airing next Friday — and how it will impact the now-guaranteed Season 3.

On Many Fans’ Favorite Nikita Moment Ever — Birkhoff Kissing His Beloved Nikki Goodbye
“It was so cute! [Executive producer] Craig Silverstein and the writers have always said that there is an undertone that Birkhoff’s in love with her…. It was always the nerd and Nikita. They were close, but he never told her how he felt. Now, we’re never ever going to get into that [relationship] because it’s dumb [Laughs]… but he doesn’t think he’s going to see her again! Aaron [Stanford] and I laughed so hard [during that scene]. He text me later and said, ‘Hey, Birkhoff gets some action!’ [Laughs] It was really perfect. Aaron is such a wonderful actor; it was just this wonderful moment for him.”

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May 12, 2012 Events-Gallery

I’ve added some lovely new photos of Maggie in attendance at last night’s WildAid Charity Gala in San Francisco to the gallery. Hopefully we’ll be bringing you lots more very soon. Screen captures from last night’s fantastic episode of Nikita are also on the way, stay tuned!

May 11, 2012 News-Nikita

Such wonderful news! Congratulations to all those involved in the show and of course to all the fans who have worked so tirelessly to support the show.

The CW has renewed Gossip Girl and Nikita as well as freshman drama Hart of Dixie and ended the run of buzzy freshman dramas Ringer and The Secret Circle.

In a bid to fill its schedule with more original fare, the network’s new president Mark Pedowitz is going on something of a pick-up/renewal spree. Earlier today, the CW ordered to series five new offerings, including Arrow and The Carrie Diaries.

Gossip Girl’s sixth season pickup doesn’t come as a surprise as there had been conversations about bringing back the Blake Lively-Leighton Meester hourlong for a final round as the actors’ contracts expire next year. In January, executive producer Stephanie Savage told reporters that the Gossip Girl writers were leaving the story open at the end of season five. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter later that month, she suggested that next season felt like “an organic ending point.” Savage will remain showrunner, while Sara Goodman has been promoted to executive producer.

Nikita, too, will be back for another go-round. In its second season, the Maggie Q-Shane West action drama moved from its plum post-The Vampire Diaries time slot to Fridays at 8 p.m., where it faced stiff competition from the final season of NBC’s outgoing spy dramedy Chuck. Thus far this season, it’s averaging an 0.6 rating in the 18-49 demo.

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