Phil Rosenthal launches SOMEBODY FEED THE PEOPLE Dance Challenge

Phil Rosenthal, host of the popular Netflix series “Somebody Feed Phil” and creator / executive producer of the iconic “Everybody Loves Raymond” show, is launching the “Somebody Feed the People Holiday Dance Challenge”. Rosenthal encourages fans to donate to World Central Kitchen and other food charities through their charity, Somebody feed the people, dance to their favorite holiday song, post it on their social media, and challenge at least one other friend to participate. Rosenthal will also select a lucky dancer for a Zoom dinner with him in the New Year. Says Rosenthal: “Post your video, tag me and and start dancing! “

Someone needs to ‘feed the people’, and Rosenthal is doing just that through, which provides organizations with the funds to do good through food. Somebody Feed The People, along with the Rosenthal Family Foundation have raised over $ 2.3 million for World Central Kitchen, Homebody Industries and Food Forward, and will continue to match all donations to World Central Kitchen, both at benefiting from COVID relief and feeding those in line at the Georgia Senate second round in January of the dance challenge.

Phil Rosenthal stars in his fourth season of Netflix’s “Somebody Feed Phil,” which sets Phil on his way to Hawaii, Rio de Janeiro, San Francisco, Singapore and the Mississippi Delta.

The fourth and most recent season became Netflix’s most watched unscripted program, according to Nielson, in its opening week. “Somebody Feed Phil” won two Primetime Emmy nominations, including Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program and Outstanding Original Title Theme Theme Music. The show also won a 2020 Critics Choice Real TV Award for Best Travel / Adventure Series. Additionally, the show was honored as having “More heart and humanity than any other cooking show on Netflix” and Phil “Having more fun eating food than anyone else.” Phil will be releasing a new book titled “SOMEBODY FEED PHIL: The People, Stories, and Recipes” by Phil Rosenthal, a companion cookbook to “Somebody Feed Phil”, in 2022 via Simon & Schuster.