John Krasinski some Good News Headed to CBS All Access

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Some good news, the delicious DIY web series created by John Krasinski during the quarantine, was purchased by ViacomCBS in a massive license agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, which is “advanced negotiations” according to Variety, Comedy Central Productions will produce a weekly version of the show for CBS All Access, in addition to additional short form content in ViacomCBS points like CBS News. All personal thoughts on this subject are extremely cynical and I will keep them to myself for the respect of the quarantine beard of John Krasinski, who provided nothing but joy in these difficult times.

some-good-news-john-krasinski“Couldn’t be happier and proud to be working with CBS / Viacom to be able to bring” some good news “to many more people,” Krasinksi said in a statement. “From the first episode, our goal was to create a news show entirely dedicated to good news. I never think of joining the ranks of such a historic news organization as CBS. “

Krasinski will no longer serve as host on the show under the new agreement, but will maintain a presence to breed. Debuting the A quiet place star house in March, Some good news is exactly what it sounds like, a news show devoted solely to stories that will brighten up your day. Since the show created, he played the house to a candid Office Talk with Steve Carrell, a Hamilton meeting co-coordinated by Emily Blunt, A virtual ball for all high school students whose big day was effected by their forties, and the graduation speeches of Tom hanks, Oprah Winfrey, Steven spielberg, Jon Stewartand Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai. Krasinski co-created the series with Allyson Seeger, his partner at Sunday Night Productions.

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