Amy Grant returns to TV with Three Wishes show

Former NBC show Three Wishes hosted by Amy Grant is returning to TV on the GMC channel.

ATLANTA, May 28 /Christian Newswire/ — Gospel Music Channel ( has acquired the television rights to the off-net series “Amy Grant’s Three Wishes” and “Clash of The Choirs” and will air the shows together on Wednesday nights this summer beginning June 3.

“Three Wishes” will be seen at 8:00 p.m.; “Clash of the Choirs” will follow at 9:00 p.m. The new season of GMC’s American Idol®-style talent search series “Gospel Dream” will join GMC’s new Wednesday line-up when the fourth season premieres on June 24 at 10:00 p.m. (All times ET/PT.)

“Three Wishes” stars the multiple GRAMMY Award-winning recording artist Grant, who leads a team of experts to “grant” wishes to help make the hopes and dreams of deserving people come true. Viewers will follow the deeply personal and heartwarming stories as Grant and her team transform these hopes into a life-changing reality. The range of wishes goes from paying tribute to an unsung hero to helping a family during the crisis of a loved one’s life-threatening medical illness. Additional “wish” examples include: reunions with long-lost relatives; living out a sports fantasy, and helping to save a dedicated teacher’s job. Carpenter Carter Oosterhouse (“Trading Spaces”), contractor Eric Stromer (“Clean Sweep”) and architect Amanda Miller (“Knock First”) make up Grant’s team of experts.

“Clash of the Choirs” features five musical superstars — Michael Bolton, Patti LaBelle, Nick Lachey, Kelly Rowland and Blake Shelton — embarking on a musical challenge as they return to their hometowns to assemble an amateur choir and prepare them to compete for the title of America’s best choir. The choirs compete for a cash prize of $250,000. The show features music genres ranging from current pop hits to holiday classics. Maria Menounos (“The Today Show” “Access Hollywood”) hosts.

37 contestants from around the country will have an once-in-a-lifetime chance to pursue their dream of a musical career and do so in front of a national television audience in the fourth season of “Gospel Dream.” Talent auditions invited solo artists between the ages of 16-40 years of age, from all genres of Gospel/Christian music styles, including traditional, rock, pop, country and soul to compete for the final competition in Nashville from which ten finalists — and ultimately one winner — will be chosen by a celebrity panel. The winning artist will receive record and music video exposure, among other prizes. The theme for the show’s fourth season: The Greatest Inspirational Songs of All Time.

Gospel Music Channel is the fastest-growing network in television and can be seen in 45 million homes on various cable systems around the country, on DIRECTV on channel 338 and on Verizon FiOS on channel 224.

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