John Krasinski delights fans by reuniting with The Office co-star Steve Carrell on new YouTube show – The Sun
ACTOR John Krasinski delighted fans by reuniting with The Office co-star Steve Carrell on his new YouTube show, Some Good News.
The actor and director took advantage of his quarantine to start a new YouTube show where he only showcases positive news.
Fans were thrilled when the 40-year-old director of A Silent Place launched his own news show.
They were even more thrilled when he brought on Steve as an "entertainment correspondent."
The two caught up on some of their favorite moments when they filmed the cult-favorite show, which was celebrating its 15th anniversary.
John – who played Jim Halpert – even revealed that he kept his job as a waiter because he was almost positive that the pilot for the show would be a flop.
He said: "We all came into it with that vibe. I remember that none of us had done anything huge."
Steve – who played Michael Scott – answered him: "It's such a happy surprise that after all these years, people are still tuning in and finding it even today."
The 57-year-old actor also admitted that his favorite scenes to shoot were the ones centered around Michael's miniature plasma TV.
The scene where Michael gives Pam and Jim a tour of his home with Jan Levinson was, according to John, were one of the funniest things he had ever experienced.
Steve told him that for him, his favorite "memories have to do with things that we shared as a cast, like when we did FunRun and it was 105 degrees outside."
The two then went on to compliment each other as actors – which went with the theme of the show.
John told Steve that he couldn't keep a straight face during the scene where Kevin Malone sat on Michael's lap during a Christmas party.
Steve also admitted that he loved watching Jim transform into Dwight Shrute.
Unfortunately, they didn't give fans hope for a reunion of The Office – but they did make plans to reunite the cast as friends and have a get-together.
This was the first episode of John's new YouTube series dedicated to sharing good news during a time when most of the news on TV are centered around the effects of COVID-19.
His mission for the show is to demonstrate that no matter how tough things get in the world, there's always going to be something to smile about.
Fans can expect more videos as self-isolation due to the coronavirus threatens to extend well into the summer.
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