Melissa Rivers is spreading the love during social distancing.
PEOPLE caught up with the producer/author/podcast host about life at home (with son Cooper Endicott back from college!) and her forthcoming project “Love Quarantine Style,” a new digital platform that highlights stories about couples finding (and losing) love during the coronavirus pandemic.
Rivers, 52, says “Love Quarantine Style” pays homage to the iconic show Love, American Style.
“It’s hard being in a relationship on the best of times,” she says. “In normal times, people get out of relationships you’ve got everything else in the world to distract you — between work and socializing and a million distractions, but when you’re stuck together, all the good and all the bad is right there in front of you.”
The idea started wh...