In January 2022, a manuscript led by Alejandra Romero from the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil announced the outcome of a large search for bright new pulsating white dwarfs: in the first three years of the TESS mission we have discovered 74 new pulsating hydrogen-atmosphere (ZZ Ceti) white dwarfs. The work involved many members of the BUWD group, as well as observations collected from both the 1.8m Perkins Telescope Observatory as well as the 4.3m Lowell Discovery Telescope, and was coordinated through Working Group 8 of the TESS Asteroseismic Consortium. These bright objects will be studied for the remainder of the TESS mission so that more information can be ascertained from their interiors through asteroseismology. The manuscript announcing these objects by Romero, Kepler, Hermes et al. 2022 has been accepted for publication in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.