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John Krasinski's 'Some Good News' Bought By ViacomCBS, But He Will No Longer Host

Just Jared Friday, 22 May 2020
John Krasinski has won the hearts of his fans with his Some Good News web-series during quarantine and now the show is making the move to television! Some Good News was licensed by ViacomCBS after a bidding war among the networks, according to THR. Sadly, John will not continue as the host of the show, [...]
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