Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg Surprise Graduates on John Krasinski's 'Some Good News'

Jon Stewart and Malala Yousafzai also had conversations with members of the class of 2020, while Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds appeared in other segments.

John Krasinski surprised graduates from the class of 2020 with the opportunity to ask questions of Steven Spielberg, Jon Stewart, Oprah Winfrey and Malala Yousafzai during the latest episode of Some Good News.

Krasinski first had a chat with several graduating students via a Zoom call and also allowed several to give their graduation "speech."

He then surprised four of them by allowing them to ask questions of the aforementioned quartet of famous faces. They ranged from "How do you still follow your dreams when it feels like the world isn't so supportive of them?" to, simply, "Now what?"

During the episode, Krasinski also continued to spotlight stories from around the world of people doing good deeds for one another, and employing Samuel L. Jackson for dramatically re-enacting one such act for which there was no video. In addition, Ryan Reynolds gave a weather update.

Krasinski opened the show by reading humorous tweets from multiple viewers who noticed that he spins the globe in the wrong direction at the top of each episode.

Watch the episode below.