Nikita Season 3 Preview: Dillon Casey on Love, the New Division and More
The wait for Nikita Season 3 comes to an end tonight. Questions will be answered. And battles will be fought.
Since May, fans have been not-so-patiently standing by to find out whether Nikita, Ryan and the gang can really turn Division around or not. And, more importantly, whether Sean and Alex ever get their date!
I spoke with Dillon Casey (Sean) to get the scoop on Nikita's third season and it looks like we are in for another action-packed ride. He teased that something "huge ... happens right off the bat between Michael and Nikita."
But who cares about Michael and Nikita; it's Sean and Alex that we all want to know about, right?
What's going on with Sean and Alex? Do they ever get their date?
There's not really much time for dating on a show like Nikita. So probably your classic idea of a date isn't going to happen. I guess it might down the road. If Sean and Alex are going out to get dinner and drinks then there's also going to be some guns involved, some danger involved. It's not going to be your classic [date] ... like they're not going to go to a movie and get some frozen yogurt unless the frozen yogurt is poisoned and they're trying to kill a terrorist.
But there is still a lot of heat there between them, but I wouldn't say it's going very smoothly though... It's hard to say if they are a couple, if they are an item yet. It's tough to have a regular life for either of these people. One's a Navy SEAL, the other is an agent... They have have gotten a lot closer, but things have gotten a lot more intense. It's hard to say.
How does Sean feel about the new Division?
Sean is a Navy SEAL. He was brought to Division to clean it up. His ultimate goal was to take it down, to close it down. He doesn't think that a place like this should exist even if it's meant for good. He has that outside perspective to know that a place with this much power, although it's meant for good, is going to lose control of itself just by the nature of it. I don't think he is for it going over to the government.
If it was up to him he'd just shut it down and say we don't need this. He's always been an outsider and he's going to remain that way. He's not part of this big happy family that Division wants to be. The only thing really keeping him there is Alex. Of course, he'll stand by as long as he can to try and keep her safe. She's ultimately her own person and he's got to get on with his life as well. That's sorta were they stand.
Sean is still dealing with his mother's death
How does Sean fit into the new Division?
He wants to save Alex, but I'm not sure that Alex wants to be saved.
Any deaths on the way?