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GERALDO RIVERA, HOST OF MURDER IN THE FAMILY, REPORTS ON LIFE IN QUARANTINE AND HIS OPTIMISM FOR THE RE-OPENING OF BUSINESSES.

“I just wanted to say Hi to all my REELZ family. Thank you for Season 2 of Murder in the Family, we’re very excited about it. We are looking forward to get going on the production. Life here in quarantine has pretty much been going on as it has been. Gradually, as you know, society is re-opening in Ohio and across the country. My business friends in the community have really suffered from the quarantine, from the shutdown. So obviously Continue Reading Read more.

REELZ Marketing Senior VP Artie Scheff Supports Independent Business

“During our homebound time we have been supporting many neighborhood restaurants and ordering takeout. We have patronized these establishments for years, and we want these family-owned restaurants to survive. They are familiar, part of our lives and part of our extended family. During the shutdown there have been those small stores on Main Street that didn’t have the option of staying open for takeout. The local bookstores, clothing boutiques and gift shops were forced to temporarily close their doors and all that was left was an on-line store. That is where we all can help." Read more.

Natalie Morales’ Favorite Restaurants and Charities

“I have been supporting lots of our local restaurants in our Los Angeles neighborhood like Jon and Vinny’s, the FarmShop, Barney’s Burgers and our grocery stores, Vicente Foods and the Farmers Market. They have been doing an amazing job of keeping us all well fed with food delivery and carry out and we so appreciate all that our grocery workers are doing to keep their shelves stocked and keeping our homes well supplied.” Read more.

Deborah Norville Shares A Charity Close To Her Heart

May 8, 2020

Deborah’s Charity pick “April is National Child Protection month and I support the NY Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, the oldest child welfare org in the country.   I am a member of their Children’s Council. Last week we were supposed to have our Spring benefit luncheon, which featured Brad Edwards, attorney for a number of Jeffrey Epstein victims.  Due to the pandemic the event was cancelled but held virtually — and about 200 people dialed in for Mr. Continue Reading Read more.

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