Milena Govich

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  • Birth Place: Norman, OK
  • Date of Birth / Zodiac Sign: 10/29/1976, Scorpio
  • Profession: Actor
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MTV Announces More Snooki & JWoWW, Premiere of Finding Carter, Alaskan Docu-Series

MTV is staying in the Snooki & JWOWW business, but is also adding additional scripted projects to its slate, the network announced at its upfront presentation Thursday.

The network ordered new seasons of Snooki & JWOWW as well as additional cycles of The Real World and Girl CodeSnack-Off, a new cooking competition show about amateur chefs battling in an array of snack- inspired challenges, premieres Thursday, July 10 at 10:30/9:30c.

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MTV Picks Up Coming-of-Age Drama Series

MTV has picked up a coming-of-age drama series called Finding Carter from Sex and the City executive producer Terri Minsky, TVGuide.com has learned.

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VIDEO: Rubber Room

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Rubber Room
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Length: 43:10
Aired: 5/24/2010

When Lieutenant Anita Van Buren (S. Epatha Merkerson) discovers a blog site featuring video of an alarming amount of explosives, Detective Cyrus Lupo (Jeremy Sisto) and Detective Kevin Bernard (Anthony Anderson) race against time to find the anonymous blogger before plans to blow up a school are put into action. The Department of Education?s refusal to take the threat seriously and resistance from the teachers? union further complicate the investigation. Fortunately, an administrative assistant at the teachers? union, Alicia (guest star Lindsey Vonn), gives the detectives a tip to lead them in the right direction. Meanwhile, Lieutenant Van Buren struggles to keep her personal issues from becoming public. Also Starring: Sam Waterston (D.A. Jack McCoy), Alana de la Garza (A.D.A. Connie Rubirosa) and Linus Roache (A.D.A. Michael Cutter). watch

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Finding Carter | Ep. 6 | The Fugitive

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Credits

Year Title Description
2014 Finding Carter TV Show Series, Actor - Lori Stevens
2006 NY 360: NYC Uncovered! Episode, Appearing
2006 Conviction TV Show Series, Actor - Jessica Rossi
2005 Rescue Me: Justice
Season 2, Episode 13
Episode, Actor - Candy
1990 Law & Order TV Show Series, Actor - Det. Nina Cassady

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Out of Order: Who'll Get Crunched By New Budget?

Though both the original Law & Order and Criminal Intent (which is moving to sister network USA) have been awarded new seasons, NBC U has some belt-tightening to do. Sources tell FoxNews.com that franchise father Dick Wolf will reduce L&O vet Sam Waterston's salary by giving Jack McCoy a "promotion" to the smaller role of district attorney, and then hire a younger (read: cheaper) actor to fill the vacated slot. Among the cops, Milena Govich, the series' first female detective, wasn't asked back for the fall, and rumors are swirling that partner Jesse L. Martin may join her on the unemployment line. CI, meanwhile, plans to keep Vincent D'Onofrio and Chris Noth, despite their hefty salaries. No word on whether their female counterparts — Julianne Nicholson and Kathryn Erbe — will return, but they rarely got a word in edgewise, anyway. — Reporting by Raven Snook read more

I was just reading that ...

Question: I was just reading that Criminal Minds was losing Lola Glaudini after six episodes and replacing her with an older female who acts as a foil of sorts for Mandy Patinkin's character. This got me thinking: Has a show ever brought back a character from a previous show and added them to their cast as a regular? I was thinking along the lines of Ally Walker's Profiler, Dr. Samantha Waters. It seems like an interesting proposal to integrate her into the show, and her character is so similar to what the team does now. I have always liked Criminal Minds (although I know it's not your favorite), but I agree it seems a bit lacking. Anyway, just wondered if anything similar has been tried. Answer: The most famous example I can think of is Richard Belzer as Det. John Munch, a character introduced on the classic Homicide: Life on the Street who later joined Law & Order: Special Victims Unit after appearing in crossover episodes of the original Law & Order. (The character has also made ... read more

Who's replacing Dennis Farina ...

Question: Who's replacing Dennis Farina and Annie Parisse on Law & Order? Answer: You'll be seeing lots more women on the set next season. Taking over from Dennis Farina as a lead detective will be Milena Govich, most recently from Dick Wolf's failed Conviction. Taking over the assistant-district-attorney slot will be Alana De La Garza, who last season had the bad luck of being betrothed to CSI: Miami's Horatio Caine for about 10 minutes before she was gunned down. Not that this role traditionally has much job security. ... read more

Big Changes Coming to Law & Order

For its 17th season, the aging legal drama Law & Order will undergo an extreme makeover. The NBC warhorse moves to Fridays at 10 pm/ET in the fall and will add two new cast members, including — for the first time — a female street detective. After owning Wednesdays at 10 for more than a decade, L&O finally met its match the past two seasons against CSI: NY. Now NBC is going to see if the show will fare any better against another CBS hit, Numbers, on a night with lower expectations. Notoriously brusque creator and executive producer read more

Big Changes Coming to Law & Order

For its 17th season, the aging legal drama Law & Order will undergo an extreme makeover. The NBC warhorse moves to Fridays at 10 pm/ET in the fall and will add two new cast members, including — for the first time — a female street detective. After owning Wednesdays at 10 for more than a decade, L&O finally met its match the past two seasons against CSI: NY. Now NBC is going to see if the show will fare any better against another CBS hit, Numbers, on a night with lower expectations. Notoriously brusque creator and executive producer read more

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