John Krasinski reunites with ‘The Office' co-star Steve Carell in premiere of his ‘Some Good News’ quarantine show

“Some Good News” to the world amid the coronavirus pandemic, including a mini The Office reunion with Steve Carell.

Brooklyn condo he shares with wife Emily Blunt and their two children — the actor launched his first show on Sunday and it already has more than 1.5 million views on YouTube.

“jams” on the bottom) amid set decor like an “I heart dad” sign, he played the role of news anchor, delivering positive news stories exclusively. He even had a “SGN” logo, which was a quarantine art project completed by his daughters, Hazel and Violet. (NYC is the epicenter of the U.S. coronavirus. The state has seen more than 66,000 people test positive for COVID-19.)

15-year-old California girl, Courtney “Coco” Johnson, who returned home after her last chemotherapy treatment to find her friends throwing her an epic welcome home party — with social distance in mind. (Krasinski later interviewed Coco, calling her his “hero.” Try not to cry watching it.)

Krasinski and Carell shared their favorite episodes — Carell talked about Michael Scott buying the microscopic plasma TV and an outtake showed them hysterical shooting it. He also liked the fun run episode, noting it was “105 degrees out” shooting it, and they talked about Michael playing Santa with Brian Baumgartner, who was Kevin, sitting on Carell’s lap. Carell also recalled how great Krasinski was when his Jim channeled Dwight.

They also talked about how it took some 19 takes to film Carell’s last episode — as he departed two seasons before the show ended, in 2013, to focus on his film career.

“That was a hard one,” Carell said. “That was tough. Some of my most fond memories, personally or professionally, are intwined and connected with that show.”

“Without a doubt,” Krasinski added.

Krasinski wrapped up his new show by saying, “This is SGN asking you to remember no matter how tough life can get, there’s always good in the world.” He later wrote on social media that he was “blown away” by the success of the debut — and asked people to continue sending him good news.