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John Krasinski explains why he sold 'Some Good News' series to CBS after backlash from fans

USATODAY.com Thursday, 28 May 2020
A week after announcing the sell of his web series "Some Good News" to CBS, John Krasinski explained the reasoning behind his controversial decision.
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John Krasinski's beloved Some Good News was sold to CBS. He will take on the role of Producer and not be the host anymore. Some people support this decision while others think that the show was better when he was filming it in his living room.

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