NEW YORK (PRWEB) March 21, 2019
Miracle Mob Writer/Producer, Sariann Monaco and Bianca’s Kid’s non-profit founder and matriarch of Miracle Mob, Debbie, took over NYC to record the upcoming WKTU 103.5 KTU Cares segment airing this Sunday, March 24 at 6:00 a.m. EST.
The show has been submitted to OWN, TLC, NATPE, NoSo and Mark Burnett, among others. Miracle Mob is looking for a network to call home or a well-connected production company to collaborate with.
Expressive, entertaining and uncensored, Miracle Mob, follows Debbie, a brash, part-time, Philly-born paralegal who has fulfilled a promise to her late niece and cultivated a non-profit for almost a decade to grant wishes to needy and terminally ill children. Along with her foul-mouthed husband and bougie cousins, they bicker and scramble to raise money to fulfill over 20,000 dreams.
Miracle Mob has caught the attention of Catherine Schreiber, 2017 Broadway producer of the year and two time Tony award winner, who gushed, “this is a wonderful premise and a heartwarming show.”
Listen to WKTU 103.5 NYC this Sunday, March 24 at 6:00 a.m. EST and connect with the powerfully positive soon-to-be reality show produced by Heartland Films Inc. Follow Miracle Mob on social media for sneak peeks, contests and continuous updates. #MiracleMob
Target audience: 34-54 year old females. Potential networks: Bravo, TLC, OWN, Netflix, Tru TV
About Heartland Films Inc.: Heartland Films, Inc., a 501(c)3, was established in 2003 by Director/Producer Sue Vicory to create content that inspires, educates and empowers its audience. Over the past 16 years Heartland Films has released a vast array of content that has screened in festivals worldwide and won many awards.