John Krasinski reveals why he sold 'Some Good News'

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"Like most of us, Krasinski has had a lot of free time on his hands since all this started, so sure enough, he decides to set up 'Some Good News", a heartwarmingly intimate YouTube show that delivers on the name and his inimitable charm.

"Properly it's humorous, it was a kind of issues the place I used to be exclusively planning on doing eight of them throughout quarantine, as a result of I've these different issues that I'm going to be having to do very quickly like Jack Ryan and all this different stuff". "More than that, it was just something that writing, directing, and producing - all those things - with a couple of my friends was so much".

Krasinski said he knew that keeping up with "Some Good News" wouldn't be "sustainable" with everything else happening in his career, noting that he would "love to keep doing the show from my office forever". So he felt the only two options would be to stop the show completely or sell it so that another team could keep it going.

"Like I said in the first episode of the show, I think it is something that we have always needed, and I'm so glad that we were able to bring it. because we're so excited to keep doing it". "It just wasn't sustainable". "I'm gonna be part of it each time I can, and I'm gonna host a pair, and produce on a special neighborhood of individuals-perhaps you".


In this show, he highlighted only the good stories from around the world while also bringing people loads of joy in the form of The Office reunions as well as surprise performances of Hamilton. Krasinski is a really busy man because the star of Amazon's Jack Ryan and a profitable filmmaker in his personal proper with the A Quiet Place franchise, and when productions can resume, he can't precisely be obtainable to put collectively and file a brand new episode of Some Good Information each week.

"I've received the most amazingly kind notes about how much that show mean to everyone, but the truth is, it meant no more to anyone than me", the actor said. "That's probably the most emotionally fulfilled I've ever felt in my entire life".

Unfortunately, there is a sizeable contingent of the show's fandom that view Krasinski's move as 'selling out', and against the basic ethos of the program, especially since CBS has promptly placed the series behind a paywall. "In eight weeks, it went from non-existing to now being on one of these huge news networks". "It was so much fun to celebrate good things during this really weird time". That's how we feel about the Some Good News community.

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