“We’re taking you on the journey these people are on in search of that beautiful, perfect, forever home,” Cassone told Granthshala News Digital.
“American Dream Home With Cheryl Cassone” premieres Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET with back-to-back episodes celebrating American industry and ingenuity as Granthshala Business Network’s new primetime programming slate, “FBN Prime.”
“‘American Dream Homes’ are the stories of real people, the average American who are looking for that dream home. They’ve worked hard, they’ve overcome obstacles, they’ve seen heartbreak. It’s not just about that. It’s how they got there and in many respects their humble beginnings, but also what the reward was,” Cassone told Granthshala News Digital.
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The reward, in this case, is a dream house. The 20-episode season is divided into beach and mountain houses, but Cassone said she loves every area she visited during production.
“Everywhere I get to go for this show is a beautiful part of America. We have a beautiful country and I see it face-to-face,” Cassone said. “They are the places of dreams.”
The “American Dream Home” features inspirational guests from an emergency room nurse who treated coronavirus patients in 2020 but decided to move to Hawaii for a couple who lost their home in a devastating hurricane.
“It doesn’t necessarily have to be a traditional real estate show or a home show. It’s much more than that,” Cassone said. “It’s really, you know, bringing you along and introducing you to these people and showing them off.”
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Casson said the program is designed to be aspirational to hard-working audiences.
“We’re taking you along on the journey these people are on to find that beautiful, perfect, forever home. It’s something they’ve wanted in some instances throughout their lives. And they’re eventually able to, Buy the dream home in a position to buy the right house,” she said. “Some houses are very expensive and some are not that much.”
Cassone said the ability for Americans to achieve their goal of buying their dream home is what makes the country so great in the first place.
“We are very fortunate to be Americans,” she said. “You know, a socialist dictator in another country can decide that your property is his property and take everything away from you.”
“FBN Prime” debuted on Monday with “How America Works” and “American Built with Stuart Varney” narrated by Mike Rowe.
Casey McDonnell’s popular Granthshala Nation program, “Mansion Global,” will now air new episodes on FBN at 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. ET, immediately following “American Dream Home.”
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“American Gold: The Legend of Bear Gulch,” the original series from Granthshala Business, airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET as the Dale brothers take a pre-worked 800 to sleep in the wooded mountain valley of Bear Gulch, Montana. Tried to mine the acre of land. The place holds special meaning for the five brothers as their father, grandfather and uncle all dedicated their lives to mining in the area, where they believe a family secret would help prove that There are still millions to be found.
John Rich, an American country music star, will host “The Pursuit! With John Rich” on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. ET. The series, which originally premiered on Granthshala Nation, will air all new episodes featuring in-depth interviews with music stars, celebrities and entrepreneurs.
Granthshala Business Network will air special encore renditions of the week’s most popular FBN Prime programming on Thursdays from 8-10 p.m. ET.
As part of the revised lineup, “Kennedy” will go live at 7 p.m. ET. Featuring “Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street,” “WSJ @ Large with Gerry Baker” and “Barron’s Roundtable,” the network’s Friday night lineup will remain in place.
“American Dream Home with Cheryl Cassone” airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on the Granthshala Business Network.