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Black-ish Announces Simone Biles, Magic Johnson and More as Guest Stars on Final Season

  Black-ish Announces Simone Biles, Magic Johnson and More as Guest Stars on Final Season Michelle Obama made a cameo in the show's final season premiereMichelle Obama will not be the only guest star to appear in black-ish's final season! 

The 15th Season of " The Mountain Doctor " is finally started in ZDF. One of the most popular series of German television continues. According to the relationship chaos of Dr. med. Martin Gruber (Hans Sigl), who must already worry about Franziska ( Simone Hanselmann ) after the first episode and the common child, apparently leads to a new love for Susanne Threiseitl (Natalie O'Hara).

Eine neue Liebe für Susanne? © ZDF / Erika Haur A new love for Susanne? "The Mountain Doctor" gets growth

Susanne was married to Martins Brother Hans (Heiko Ruprecht) for a long time. But he has juxtned in consultation hours Linn (Andrea Gerhard) and wants to start a new life with her. Wirtin Susanne, on the other hand, is looking for relaxation in a wellness hotel and meets there in Restaurant Clive. In equal episodes, he is played by "crime scene" star Dominic Raacke.

'Nothing he couldn't do:' 101-year-old Métis veteran remembered for enduring legacy

  'Nothing he couldn't do:' 101-year-old Métis veteran remembered for enduring legacy A 101-year-old Métis veteran is being remembered for his powerful legacy, quiet strength and infinite kindness. Louis Roy died Tuesday at a long-term care home in the northern Saskatchewan village of Île-à-la-Crosse. He was one of the oldest veterans of the Second World War. “He was just this wealth of knowledge to me,” said Glenda Burnouf, his granddaughter, from Turtleford, Sask. “I always thought, ‘My grandpa, there's nothing he couldn'tLouis Roy died Tuesday at a long-term care home in the northern Saskatchewan village of Île-à-la-Crosse. He was one of the oldest veterans of the Second World War.

Raacke is best known as Berlin's main Commissioner Till Knight, which he embodied 36 times in the crime scene between 1999 and 2014. But many other TV formats are among his portfolio, including "Helen Dorn", "the prosecutor", "a strong team" and "Soko Leipzig". In addition, he was heard in the cinema in the successful animation film series "Dragonzamen made easy" as a tribal head inherent on the stoic.

How long exactly raacke is the wild man is not known yet. At least three episodes seem to be with a look at the image presumption. At the last year's Fantag Natalie Ohara at any rate, at least that it will go on a piquant for their role: "It's definitely different than expected - I'm really looking forward to it. So much can I say so much: she is not in the drama." What exactly that means see the fans every Thursday at 20:15 in ZDF - this week with the episode "finally live".

101 year old Saskatchewan Métis veteran remembered for enduring legacy

  101 year old Saskatchewan Métis veteran remembered for enduring legacy Louis Roy, who died Tuesday at a long-term care home in northern Saskatchewan, was one of the oldest veterans of the Second World War. A 101-year-old Métis veteran is being remembered for his powerful legacy, quiet strength and infinite kindness. Louis Roy died Tuesday at a long-term care home in the northern Saskatchewan village of Ile-a-la-Crosse. He was one of the oldest vet “He was just this wealth of knowledge to me,” said Glenda Burnouf, his granddaughter, from Turtleford, Sask. “I always thought, ‘My grandpa, there's nothing he couldn't do.

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Willie O'Ree's stats should show thousands of assists to players around the world .
One of the greatest gifts Willie O'Ree offered the hockey world was his unapologetic commitment to his love of the game, and of right to play. His journey as the strongest advocate for inclusivity began with himself. O'Ree was a stellar athlete and played more than one sport. In 1956, he was even scouted by baseball's Milwaukee Braves. But O'Ree was reluctant to go to Georgia where the tryouts were being held, particularly when the murder of young Emmett Till had happened just the year before.

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