Lana Kane (Archer)
A skilled field agent with dreams of becoming a master spy, Lana's strengths are sometimes eclipsed by her temper, especially when it comes to covering the shortfalls of her on again/off again lover, Sterling Archer. When the spy agency is shut down, she puts her knowledge to use as a private investigator.
Annie Walker (Covert Affairs)
Deception was an art for Annie Walker, and along with her knowledge of several languages, it made her a good CIA agent. What really set Annie apart was her compassion for the people she was tasked with helping, and at times, it worked to her disadvantage.
Sameen Shaw (Person of Interest)
Support Activity before joining Reese and Finch. Her marksmanship and skill with hand-to-hand combat made her a formidable member of the team in their mission to keep the Machine from those who would use it for evil.
Agent 99 (Get Smart)
One of TV's first female spies, Agent 99 was one of CONTROL's top agents, and often paired with Maxwell Smart during missions. She had a mysterious past, but it was later revealed that her dad was also a spy.
Sarah Walker (Chuck)
When Chuck Bartowski downloaded a secret government computer into his brain, Sarah was the CIA agent assigned to protect him. Her combat skills coupled with her past as a con artist alongside her dad made her a great spy. She started out as a cold, calculated operative but after Chuck came into her life, she reconnected with her emotions.
Ziva David (NCIS)
When we first met Ziva, she was a Mossad agent and daughter of the Israeli spy agency's director. In an arrangement between NCIS and Mossad, she joined the team as liaison officer, replacing the agent that died at the hands of her half-brother, Ari. Confident and skilled, her background in the military and in a special ops unit known as Kidon made her an expert in sabotage, assassinations and psychological warfare.