Reveel Unveils New Logo as Part of Brand’s Evolution

We are excited to unveil a new logo that reflects the brand’s ongoing evolution. The updated logo is simplified, modern, and has a clean look. This evolution is a natural progression that enables us to better reflect on who we are today and sets the stage for future growth.

Reveel has grown substantially since its launch last year, reaching 50K users some months ago. We have grown our library of content to nearly 500 original independently produced films, shows, shorts, and documentaries.

Our new logo is reflective of this evolution and symbolizes our continued expansion with film lovers and filmmakers. Reveel is becoming the go-to destination for independent films that are created by talented filmmakers from all over the world.

We have chosen a logo that continues to include the film reel as a tribute to the film industry’s past, while also looking toward the company’s future. The modern design is sleek and minimalistic, but still distinctive enough to separate us from other streamers.

Additionally, the logo has a new streamlined color scheme that is pleasant to the eyes. The new logo has been rolled out on all of our platforms and social media.

Reveel has always been a place for audiences to connect with original, independent storytellers and their films. As viewers and filmmakers continue to evolve, Reveel evolves with them. Refreshing our logo was the natural next step in our brand’s progression and Reveel fans can expect to see a lot more changes to the brand in the future.


About Reveel

Reveel is a streaming platform that is filled with 100% original content from all over the world. The streaming platform was created to empower both independent filmmakers and audiences to have alternatives to the predictable sequels, remakes, and reboots coming out of Hollywood. Reveel only hosts original content, has absolutely no disruptive ad breaks, and is completely free to anyone who signs up. Learn more about Reveel on their website.

‘The Negotiators’ Features The Champion Barefoot Water Skier Turned Real Estate Agent

Keith St. Onge is a 14-time world and 19-time national champion barefoot water skier. He has dominated as a barefoot water skiing athlete for over 15 years and in 2018, he decided to retire from the sport. Keith now turns his attention to the real estate industry and in quick time became a top-performing real estate agent in his market.

How did Keith St. Onge go from dominating as an athlete to dominating as a real estate professional? That’s exactly the question The Negotiators TV series addresses in their two-part episode featuring Keith St. Onge.

The Negotiators is a real estate reality show created by Reveel, a streaming service for independent filmmakers, to highlight the real estate agents that are proven to go above and beyond for their clients. These agents are called Negotiators and they are some of the top-performing real estate agents in the country.

The reality series gives viewers a behind-closed-doors look at the everyday lives of Negotiators as they get their clients the best deals possible. The featured real estate agents are handpicked by the show’s producers because of their leading expertise, experience, and success in their local market.

The two-part episode titled “Riding The Wave” featuring Keith St. Onge reveals the multiple challenges he has to overcome in order to ensure that his client’s real estate transactions don’t fall through the cracks.

Keith St. Onge on set of The Negotiators TV Series

Keith St. Onge on set of The Negotiators TV Series

The synopsis for the episode reads: The waves of real estate are ever-changing, unpredictable, and at times chaotic. The trick is to get on top of the waves to ride the trends as they come. For Negotiator and barefoot water skier Keith St. Onge, riding waves is what he does best.

“To become a world champion, you need dedication and commitment and that’s what I give to my clients.” – Keith St. Onge

World Champion Barefoot Water Skier Mike Siegel With a Young Keith St. Onge

World Champion Barefoot Water Skier Mike Siegel With a Young Keith St. Onge

Keith St. Onge may be well-known for his achievements in barefoot water skiing and real estate, but Keith’s story hails from humble beginnings. The former barefoot water skier spent his childhood in the small town of Berlin, New Hampshire. Known for having harsh winters, Keith wasn’t introduced to barefoot water skiing until he was 9yrs old when he was taught by barefoot water skiing champion Mike Siegel.

His first experience barefoot water skiing gave birth to a new passion and by the age of thirteen, he made a commitment to become a world champion barefoot water skier as well as to eventually create his own ski school. Shortly after high school, Keith moved to Florida where he started a ski school and went on to become one of the most influential athletes in extreme sports.

Keith won fourteen world championships, nineteen national titles, and has set eleven world records in his over 15 year long career. It wasn’t until his late thirties that Keith would start thinking about retirement and looked to real estate as another avenue to generate income. Although Keith St. Onge may be retired from Barefoot skiing competitions, he still finds innovative ways to break new records.

Tune in to The Negotiators on Friday, May 27th, and June 10th to see part one and part two of Keith St. Onge’s featured episode, “Riding The Wave”, streaming for free exclusively on Reveel.


Reveel’s ‘The Negotiators’ Series Takes a Closer Look at Jim Morrison’s Childhood Home

It’s not every day that you get to see the childhood home of early rock and roll legend, Jim Morrison. It’s even less often that you get a tour of the inside of that home, but on April 29th, you will be able to do just that from the comfort of your own home thanks to Reveel, a Miami-based entertainment streaming service.

Jim Morrison may have gone on to be one of the most legendary rock and roll artists of all time, but he started out living life in a modest home in Melbourne, Florida. It was in this unassuming Melbourne house where Morrison would have his diapers changed, likely learned how to crawl, and probably unwittingly got to listen to his first record.

Reveel’s original real estate reality series The Negotiators will feature Morrison’s childhood home in the third episode of the second season, giving viewers the first public video tour of the inside of the property. The episode will also tell the phenomenal story of how agent Steve Gordon won out the coveted listing against multiple other agents and decided to put the house on the market for $2.5 million.

The high price may seem like a big ask, but agent Steve Gordon, founder of White Sands Real Estate Solutions, is confident that the birth home of Jim Morrison will sell for the seven-figure valuation.

“This home in my opinion is going to sell to a super fan. Somebody who has a considerable amount of money,” – Steve Gordon

Jim Morrison's Childhood HomeJim Morrison’s Childhood Home in Melbourne, Florida

The three-bedroom wood-frame house, where “Mr. Mojo Risin” spent his first months, went on the market in February, and while no one has put in an offer yet, Gordon has gotten more than a dozen inquiries about the house from as far as California to Europe.

“This is so much more than just a home. There’s a lineage here, there’s a story that lives within these walls,’’ William Cheverie, president of Reveel Entertainment.

The story is that of Steve and Clara Morrison and their son, James Douglas Morrison, who would one day become the “Lizard King.” In late 1943, Steve and his wife Clara lived in a small bungalow in Melbourne, Florida.

Steve was receiving flight training at a nearby naval station – now Melbourne Orlando International Airport and Clara was pregnant with a particularly notable baby boy. On December 8th, 1943, Clara gave birth and named the baby boy James Douglas Morrison.

Photo courtesy of The George Morrison Family Partnership, L.P./Courson Family Enterprises, LLC. (Facebook)

Photo courtesy of The George Morrison Family Partnership, L.P./Courson Family Enterprises, LLC on Facebook

Steve, Clara, and Jim’s house in Melbourne would be theirs for another six months until Steve was sent off to fight in World War II. Clara took Jim to live in Clearwater, Florida until Steve returned stateside in 1946.

Jim’s early years were transient due to his father being a Navy officer who moved from one base to the next. It wasn’t until Jim’s teens that the Morrison family settled down in Alexandria, Virginia.

Jim went to UCLA for his college education, where he received an undergraduate degree in the university’s film program within the Theater Arts department. After graduating from UCLA in 1965, it was by chance that Jim would meet Ray Manzarek on Venice Beach months later.

The two young men were familiar with each other as fellow UCLA students but they connected on a different level when they discovered their shared love of poetry and music. From this coincidental meeting, a rock and roll band called The Doors was born.

Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek

Photo by Paul Ferrara

The Doors quickly became a national sensation and one of the most controversial rock bands of their era. With Morrison’s death in 1971, the singer became immortalized as one of the most influential frontmen of any rock band in the twentieth century.

You could say the rest is history, but the legacy of Jim Morrison remains as relevant today as it did fifty years ago. To this day, devoted fans of Morrison visit his gravesite in Paris along with many other Morrison-related sites around America, including the Melbourne house where it all began.

“What you’ll see, if you start to Google or Youtube search for this house in Melbourne, is that fans are constantly going by the house and taking videos and posting them on social media,’’ – Gordon

The story of Jim Morrison and The Doors still resonates with people today and while most people won’t be able to consider the offer to buy Morrison’s childhood home for $2.5 million, agent Steve Gordon isn’t looking for just anybody.

“My goal in listing this house was not to find everyone. It was to find the one, the one person that was the right fan with the right amount of money and wanted to be able to say, ‘I own the house that Jim Morrison was born in.’’’ – Gordon


Steve Gordon (Middle) with Damien Chinappi and William Cheverie of Reveel Entertainment standing outside the Melbourne house.

If you’re a fan of The Doors, Jim Morrison, or just rock and roll history in general, tune into The Negotiators on April 29th for your chance to see the inside of one of rock and roll’s most famous homes.

New episodes of The Negotiators can be watched for free on Reveel. Reveel is a streaming platform that hosts original content from independent filmmakers, has absolutely no disruptive ad breaks, and is completely free to anyone who signs up. Learn more about Reveel here.

‘The Negotiators’ Second Season Premieres on Friday, April 15th

The Negotiators is back with its second season that will premiere on April 15th and will be available to watch for free on Reveel.

The second season of The Negotiators takes place in Florida and features multiple different real estate agents that are a cut above the rest and have more than earned the title of being a Negotiator.

Premiering on Friday, April 15th, the second episode of the season, “My Business Needs a Home,” features Negotiator Shannon Grasso as she quickly adapts to her clients’ various needs and displays her knowledge of both the residential and commercial sides of real estate.

Although “My Business Needs a Home” is the second episode of the season, it’s the first episode that reflects the actual direction of season two. The first episode released for the second season was a parody created for April 1st, otherwise known as April Fools Day. The episode, “The Anti-Negotiator”, depicts the day in the life of Anti-Negotiator Quentin Vane, a fictitious character created to embody the exact opposite behavior and thinking of an actual Negotiator.

The logline for the parody episode reads: Negotiators are known for going above and beyond for their clients. Anti-Negotiators, on the other hand, are notorious for being the polar opposite. Just in time for April Fool’s Day, Anti-Negotiator Quentin Vane demonstrates why you should never do business with someone like… well, him.

“The Anti-Negotiator” was created solely for entertainment purposes and the second episode brings The Negotiators series back to form for the rest of the season.

The Negotiator’s second season will consist of nine episodes that will be released on Fridays every other week. Watch the April Fool’s episode or tune into the premiere for free on



About The Negotiators

You may have seen other real estate shows, but The Negotiators is doing things in a whole new way. The Negotiators is a Reveel original series that gives viewers a behind-closed-doors look at the day in the life of the best real estate agents in the country. Based on true events that come from Negotiators themselves, the series depicts reenactments of the day-to-day challenges that Negotiators must overcome to get their clients the best deals possible. Stay up-to-date with Reveel’s original series and learn more about Negotiators by visiting


The Reveel Original Series ‘The Negotiators’ Premieres This Friday, October 22nd

Reveel has announced that The Negotiators will premiere on Friday, October 22nd. Reveel has also released the airing schedule and loglines for the first 4 episodes of the series.

The Negotiators is Reveel’s first original series set in the real estate industry. The series gives viewers a behind-closed-doors look at the daily challenges real estate agents have to overcome to get their clients the best deals possible.

The first season of The Negotiators was filmed in Massachusetts and contains 9, 20-25 minute episodes. The episodes will be released bi-monthly on Fridays with the first episode premiering this week.

Here’s what you can expect from the first 4 episodes of The Negotiators as well as when they will be released:


Episode 1: The Sweet Sixteen – October 22nd

It’s the perfect storm of trying circumstances. Juggling a limited time frame, the restrictions of COVID, and a highly attractive home, Negotiator Ryan Cook is put to the test with the added pressure of being tasked with helping a friend get into his dream home.


Episode 2: Home Off The Range – November 5th

Finding a home is a challenge. Finding a home out of state is even more difficult. Finding a home out of state in under 48 hours? Now we’re talking. Watch as Negotiator Brenda Demers puts her skills to the test and shows why choosing the right representation is the most important decision you can make when buying a new home.


Episode 3: Forever Young – November 19th

In the chaotic world of real estate, you need order. When wisdom meets technology, stress transforms into success. Negotiator Leonardo Young is the source of sources as he demonstrates “real” real estate happens on your phone.


Episode 4: The CommUNITY – December 3rd

It’s a parent’s duty to take care of their children just as it’s a real estate agent’s duty to serve their client. For Negotiator Wendy Whitty, her duty goes beyond service and into care. Her team puts unity in the word community by choosing to operate through their big hearts rather than for big bucks.

Watch The Negotiators for free on Reveel, which is accessible through iOS devices, Android devices, Macs, PCs, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV.

Reveel’s Upcoming Series ‘The Negotiators’ Demonstrates How The Best Real Estate Agents Fight For Their Clients

“You May Know A Real Estate Agent, But What You Need Is A Negotiator”

You may have seen other real estate shows, but this show is doing things in a whole new way. The Negotiators is an upcoming Reveel original series that gives viewers an in-depth look into the lives of the best real estate agents in the country. The series also gives viewers the opportunity to observe real estate agents behind closed doors as they get their clients the best deal possible.

The real estate agents featured in The Negotiators series are not like most agents. Negotiators are handpicked from amongst the top agents in the country and have all proven their ability to go above and beyond for their clients. From knocking down walls themselves to using strategic negotiation tactics, this series will reveal the everyday challenges true Negotiators have to overcome to get the amazing results they are known for.

Every episode tells the story of a real estate agent handling a crisis, all of which are true events that come from Negotiators themselves. The episodes contain reenactments of the crises for viewers to experience and Negotiators to relive.

The Negotiators is currently filming its first season in Massachusetts, but has already been greenlit for additional seasons. The first season of The Negotiators will premiere this fall on Reveel and filming for additional seasons will continue through 2022.

Each season will have nine episodes that take place in different parts of the country. Currently, The Negotiators plans to film upcoming seasons in New York, Texas, Florida, and Illinois, but they could also be coming to a city near you!

The Negotiators is trailblazing a new type of real estate series that not only reveals what the top agents have to do behind-the-scenes to ensure their clients get the best deal possible, but that also focuses on educating the audience about the best and worst practices when buying or selling a home.

Stay up-to-date with Reveel’s upcoming original series and learn more about Negotiators by visiting

Introducing Reveel’d: The Series That Connects Reveel’s Audience With Original Storytellers

Reveel has just released the trailer for their weekly series Reveel’d. Hosted by filmmaker Gavin Michael Booth, Reveel’d introduces audiences to the creators behind the original shorts, features, series, and documentaries featured on Reveel. Reveel’d is the perfect show for anyone who has a passion for visual storytelling or for film in general.

Each episode, Gavin Michael Booth interviews Reveel creators about their life, film background, and creative processes. Booth has already interviewed actors, cinematographers, directors, and even composers on the series to get their unique insights on what it takes to create a good film.

Gavin Michael Booth’s authenticity and passion for filmmaking allows him to connect with every guest featured on Reveel’d. The topics he discusses with guests can range from how one got into film to the inspiration behind the smallest detail.

Gavin Michael Booth has also directed short films that can be found on Reveel such as Squeal, Are You My Mommy, and To Hell, With Love.

With Reveel constantly getting new content, Reveel’d is a great way to keep up with everything that is regularly being added every week. Reveel’d is also a great way to develop a deeper appreciation for the shorts, features, series, and documentaries found on the streaming platform.

Reveel’d drops new episodes every Wednesday. You can find the episodes on YouTube or on Reveel.


About Reveel

Reveel is a streaming platform that gives audiences an alternative to the predictable sequels, remakes, and reboots coming out of Hollywood. Reveel is filled with 100% original content created by independent filmmakers from all over the world. The streaming platform was created to empower both original storytellers and audiences alike. That is why Reveel only hosts original content, has absolutely no disruptive ad breaks, and is completely free to anyone who subscribes. At Reveel, your viewing experience is the number one priority. Additional information about Reveel can be found on their website.

Reveel Launches New Apps And Website To Reflect Their Expanding Vision

Reveel has announced the launch of a new website and new apps to go along with the expanding vision for their business. Formerly known as, the new website,, better reflects the wide variety of original content available on the streaming platform.

Reveel can currently be accessed on Roku and Amazon Fire TV, reaching over 50 million households, but they aren’t stopping there. As Reveel quickly gains more subscribers, the platform will become available to users through a number of Google and Apple devices in the next upcoming weeks. These devices include Apple TV, Android TV, iPhones, Android phones, and IOS/Android tablets. 

“This is an exciting milestone at Reveel!” says William Cheverie, President of Reveel Entertainment. “We will always listen and find the best ways possible for our current and future viewers to experience Reveel when and where they want, and this is just the beginning!”

Reveel prides themselves on their ability to connect original storytellers with audiences weary of the predictable sequels, remakes, and adaptations coming out of Hollywood. The streaming platform gives users free access to completely original movies, TV shows, documentaries, and short films from high-caliber creators all over the world.

Reveel’s new widespread availability and revamped website demonstrates their dedication to their ever-growing audience.

To visit Reveel’s new website, go to

Reveel Celebrates Its 15k Subscribers Milestone With Exciting Offerings

Reveel continues to capture the hearts of its viewers with top-of-the-line films from the most promising and high-caliber creators in the movie industry.

By striking a chord with its target audience, the filmophiles, the streaming site was able to reach the 15k subscriber count on its platform to kick off 2021.

Aside from that achievement, Reveel was able to hit 400k-minutes of airtime. This proves that the channel is slowly gaining a solid ground in the entertainment arena.

The team is happy with how it was able to reach an impressive number of engagements in minimal time and is hopeful to sustain the momentum.

Original films are sometimes underrated compared with the high budgeted movies, but it doesn’t mean that these films are not on a par with mainstream content.

The creativity of these filmmakers is out of the box. That is why Reveel continues to support the vision of these amazing artists by showcasing them on the platform.

The team hopes to maintain a strong relationship with its subscribers by continuing to add more and better content throughout 2021.

Reveel Tagged As One Of Roku’s Most Promising Channels For 2021

The most anticipated launch of Reveel on Roku proves that viewer satisfaction is still the top priority of this rising media company.

According to one of Reveel’s top guns, William Cheverie, “We’re excited to be on Roku, it’s been our #1 request from our fans, and it’s already bringing lots of excitement from our loyal fans!”

The collaboration between the two platforms is a breather in the movie scene. Roku is best known for its top-notch streaming quality while Reveel is one of the most consumer friendly sites, with 100% original movies on its lineup.

Reveel offers the best content from the crème de la crème in the film industry. That is why movie fans from all over the globe are excited to stream via free programming, without interruptions.

What used to be the “airwaves era” is now a streaming generation wherein there is an accessible and unlimited viewing access, whether in a home theatre or in a broadcast TV.

The vision for entertainment is not dismal anymore. Clearly, Roku provides an avenue for movie channels to expand their reach, to maximize their airtime and to provide free on-demand content for the audience to enjoy.

Reveel Movies aims to capture the mainstream market and continues to bring what are palatable to the taste of the new wave of happy streamers this 2021.