John Krasinski faces ire from viewers of Some Good News for selling the show after 14 episodes

The actor is facing a lot of flak from fans and viewers of the show as it was sold off to ViacomCBS for a whopping undisclosed amount.
John Krasinski faces ire from viewers of Some Good News for selling the show after 14 episodesJohn Krasinski faces ire from viewers of Some Good News for selling the show after 14 episodes
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The Office actor John Krasinski had started a YouTube show called Some Good News. This show focused on getting all the happy and cheerful news from across the world in order to bring some joy to the lives of the audiences. The world is currently battling the dangerous Coronavirus outbreak, and the Hollywood actor cum director found a perfect way to bring some cheer into everyone's lives. The Hollywood actor turned director John Krasinski hosted the show and read out all the good news that was gathered from all over the world.

This show became an instant hit among the fans and followers of John Krasinski. The director of A Quiet Place made sure the show was a fun-filled one and brings love, laughter, and joy into the viewer's life. The news channel all around the world were covering the Coronavirus scare, and with each passing day, the news updates only went from bad to worse. The show Some Good News was the much-needed silver lining among the dark and gloomy clouds. The fans loved it and appreciated the efforts put together by John Krasinski. But, now the actor is facing a lot of flak from fans and viewers of the show as it was sold off to ViacomCBS for a whopping amount.

Though the price of this deal is kept under wraps, news reports suggest that the YouTube show was sold off for a whopping price after a fierce round of bidding. Some fans also took to social media to express their displeasure about this deal and called the show's sale a bright example of capitalism.

(ALSO READ: John Krasinski reunites Steve Carell, Mindy Kaling & other The Office cast members for a virtual wedding)

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Anonymous 1 week ago

Those “fans” should create their own shows so the world can continue to ignore them.

Anonymous 1 week ago

This is one reason why our country is so great. Good for John and Emily. Rather than SGN fading away as the country reopens, lets be forever grateful to Johns humor, heart and hard work getting this going. His daughter will see her SGN do more good. Now, when John and Emily return to their real jobs, the SGN concept will be expanded. And thats SGN! Surely their hearts were in it for what is was, 100%.

Anonymous 1 week ago

And like you wouldn't do this if you had the chance?

Anonymous 1 week ago

Most unnecessary news I have seen today

Anonymous 1 week ago

I so agree. He helped us through troubling times. He has a life to return to. I think when we are alone, it becomes more about us. It shouldn’t.

Anonymous 1 week ago

More power to him. I think he put his heart into 8 wonderful episodes. He sold his intellectual property. Did we really expect him to sit around his house forever producing YouTube videos forever? Grow up!

Anonymous 1 week ago

Exactly!

Anonymous 1 week ago

I happily watched every single one of the 8 (not 14) episodes!!!

Anonymous 1 week ago

This is such lazy reporting... this is a prime example of bs click-bait and why the “news” industry is dead. Sad.

Anonymous 1 week ago

Is Pinkvilla where you go for news?

Anonymous 1 week ago

Agreed

Anonymous 1 week ago

Agreed

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