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John Krasinski From ‘The Office’ Has A YouTube Channel Dedicated To Giving Good News

Most of us know John Krasinski from his time as JIM on The Office. He has since been in several television shows and movies — and only gotten better looking with age, AMIRITE?!?

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NOW, he has started his own YouTube channel, and it is dedicated to all things GOOD news!

There has been so much anxiety, negativity, and fear in the news as of late, and John has taken it upon himself to make the world a more POSITIVE place, by only bringing us the good things.

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God Bless You, John Krasinski!

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John’s YouTube channel is called “Some Good News,” and it’s totally a breath of fresh air.

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He started this whole endeavor, by taking to Twitter, to ask the Twitterverse what they had heard recently that made them happy or smile.

Krasinski Tweeted out: “Alright everybody, how about #SomeGoodNews! Send me the stories that have made you feel good this week or the things that just made you smile!”

He received nearly 3,000 answers to his Tweet. SEE — there IS good in the world right now.

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John not only spreads some good news to the world, he hosts interviews. His first was with Steve Carell, who, of course, played Michael Scott in The Office.

What’s better than two of our favorite actors from the show, reminiscing about the good times they had during filming?!?

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Don’t think it’s JUST celebrities that John interviews. He also hosted Coco — a 15-year-old cancer survivor. I’m just warning you, break out your tissues before you watch this one!

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If you are wondering if the world needs a little more positivity right now, after John finished ONE show, it had over 3.5 million views — IN JUST ONE DAY!!

I’d say that’s a testament to how much we all need a smile these days.

Thank you, Mr. Krasinski, for bringing us a bit of light during the dark.

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