The hopes and dreams of deserving people in towns all across America come true in “Three Wishes,” an inspiring and heartwarming unscripted series starring five-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist Amy Grant (“Rock of Ages…Hymns & Faith”).
Recently named one of the “most promising” new series for fall by Entertainment Weekly, the one-hour show will feature Grant leading contributors Carter Oosterhouse (NBC’s “Today,” “Trading Spaces”), Eric Stromer (“Clean Sweep”) and Diane Mizota (“Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls”) to communities all over the country to grant wishes.
Individuals, families and even entire cities are affected as Grant and her team move from town to town, witnessing firsthand the extraordinary consequences of their wish-granting and the powerful spirit of community that often helps fuel their missions to make dreams large and small come true.
From simple and light-hearted to more dramatic and involved, the broad spectrum of wishes range from paying tribute to an unsung hero to helping a family grappling with a loved one’s life-threatening medical crisis to honoring a high school coach by making her heartfelt wish for her students come true. Viewers will follow the deeply personal and uplifting stories of deserving people as their hopes and dreams are transformed into life-changing reality.
Grant has sold over 25 million records worldwide, won five Grammy Awards and numerous Dove Awards – including “Artist of the Year” four times – and has performed everywhere from the White House to the Grand Old Opry. She has had 10 Top-40 pop singles, 17 Top-40 adult contemporary tracks and a string of contemporary Christian chart-toppers. Her songs of love, faith and family continue to find their place across radio formats.
The "Three Wishes" team gives two young boys - and a determined young woman - a once-in-a-lifetime chance to experience their dream jobs in this special episode of "Three Wishes." A 10-year-old boy who is a huge fan of Bill Gates gets a chance to meet his hero - and step into his shoes at Microsoft for a day. A 12-year-old who dreams of being an astronaut gets to go to space camp and fly in a zero-gravity aircraft, and an aspiring young actress gets the star treatment plus a debut on NBC's hit daytime series "Passions." Plus, "Three Wishes" will follow up with Bill Logue, the terminally ill father whose wishes for his family were granted in an earlier episode, and see what miraculous event has taken place in his life because of his appearance on the show.