John Krasinski’s 'Some Good News' was more than just a show — it was a life raft

John Krasinski’s 'Some Good News' was more than just a show — it was a life raft

No matter how bad life may seem, you can always find some good news to smile about.

John Krasinski reminded us all of that easily forgotten fact when he spearheaded an online positivity movement during one of the country’s darkest times.

On March 25, near the end of an especially heartbreaking and worrisome month, Krasinski tweeted a simple request to his 2.6 million Twitter followers. Using the hashtag #SomeGoodNews, he asked his fans to share feel-good stories that had recently made them smile, and he received thousands of responses.

People answered Krasinski’s call for joy with heartwarming videos of socially distanced welcome home parades, photos of masks they had made for healthcare workers, stories of new homes, family members on the way, and more. He received so many uplifting replies that he created a makeshift studio in his home and produced Some Good News (SGN,) a weekly YouTube show dedicated to sharing stories of coronavirus creativity, compassion, and coming together. Read more…

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John Krasinski’s 'Some Good News' was more than just a show — it was a life raft