Add Peter Florrick to the list of Illinois politicians trying to make a comeback. Chris Noth would be ‘happy’ to guest star on ‘The Good Wife’ spinoff Chris Noth, who played embattled Illinois Gov. Florrick on “The Good Wife,” said he’s interested in guest starring on the upcoming spinoff of the canceled CBS series, Entertainment Weekly reports. Source
Pete Burns, 57, who founded band Dead or Alive in 1980, has died of a heart attack, according to his manager.
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Middle class British anarchists are planning to attack French police as authorities prepare to dismantle the Jungle camp for asylum seekers which is just a few hundred yards from Calais port.
The crash happened at around 5.20am on Sunday along I-10 at Indian Canyon in Desert Hot Springs, California.
TV cameramen captured the moment when Aysha, 10, was rescued by an armed military police unit that has been fighting alongside the Iraqi Army as they fight to regain territory from the murderous IS.
Simon Cooper, who fishes the River Test in Hampshire, suggested the use of the mop fly was seen as unnatural. Traditionally, fly fishermen painstakingly make artificial insects as bait.
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Is Peter Florrick returning to TV? Entertainment Weekly reports Good Wife star Chris Noth is open to joining the upcoming CBS spinoff series. The still-untitled spinoff will feature Diane Lockhart (Christine Baranski) and Lucca Quinn (Cush Jumbo) and “center around an enormous financial scam that has destroyed the reputation of a young lawyer while simultaneously wiping out her mentor Diane […] The post The Good Wife: Chris Noth Open to Joining CBS Spinoff appeared first on canceled TV shows - ....show text
A study warns that 'superheads' adopt a quick-fix approach that takes some schools up to four years to recover from. These leaders can also cost schools as much as £2m in consultancy fees