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John Krasinski Makes Tear-Jerking Concluding Episode Of 'Some Good News'

John Krasinski Makes Tear-Jerking Concluding Episode Of "Some Good News".
May 18, 2020 - 11:05 / Anna Valenzuela Rosas

The Office's John Krasinski has been bringing much-needed light to fans around the world for the past 8-weeks with his show highlighting the positive stories in the world. Check out his final episode of Some Good News here!

John Krasinski's Show Some Good News Comes To a Beautiful End

A Quiet Place director John Krasinski started his YouTube "news" series when the COVID-19 pandemic first hit with the intention of bringing positivity to fans in a dark and scary time. Now the series has come to an end and leave it to "Jim" to finish with a bang!

John Krasinski out and about in New York, NY on September 4, 2018.

His series featured superstars like Oprah, the cast of Hamilton, John Stewart, and Brad Pitt hilariously giving a weather report, but in "saving the best for last" John's final episode featured the viewers themselves. We see countless fan versions of Some Good News of all ages and from many different countries spreading their own positivity and fun moments from his interviews with his famous friends and fans he spoke to in previous episodes.

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The whole episode Krasinski is fighting back tears with us as he watches footage of families being reunited, COVID-19 patients being safely released from hospitals after beating the virus, weddings and graduations being celebrated in unique ways and a breathtaking moment of a grandfather and granddaughter finally getting to hug for the first time in months.

His videos have truly encouraged viewers to embrace positivity and in this final episode he proudly states "I'm John Krasinski, no longer needing to remind you that no matter how hard things get, there is always good in the world."

Check out the incredibly heartwarming video here, but make sure to have tissues on hand because it is a doozy!