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A New Mike Rowe Show Coming to Fox Business Network

A New Mike Rowe Show Coming to Fox Business Network

FBN’s new fall lineup has new shows about everyday American success stories mixed in with history and innovation.

Mike Rowe, a man who champions ordinary Americans, will have a new TV show on Fox Business Network (FBN) starting September 20.

FBN President Lauren Patterson said the network will “introduce a new engaging and inspirational primetime lineup focused on success stories across key American industries to our loyal viewers.”

Rowe will narrate How America Works on Mondays at 8:00 PM ET. The show will interview and shine a light on those who work on our infrastructure.

American Built with Stuart Varney will air right after How America Works on Mondays. Popular host Stuart Varney “will interview renowned architects, engineers and historians about engineering marvels that help make America the leader in innovation and growth.”

More from Fox Business:

“American Dream Home with Cheryl Casone” will air on Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET, as back-to-back episodes of the half-hour show follow families while they hunt for their perfect house. Kacie McDonnell’s popular Fox Nation program, “Mansion Global,” will now air on FBN Tuesdays at 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. ET.

McDonnell explores the most lavish properties in the country, from mega mansions to expensive high rises for a peek inside luxury real estate listings.

“American Gold: The Legend of Bear Gulch,” a Fox Business original series, airs on Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET as the Dale brothers attempt to mine 800 acres of previously worked land for gold in the wild mountain valley of Bear Gulch, Montana. The location holds special meaning for the five brothers as their father, grandfather and uncles all spent their lives dedicated to mining the area, where they believe a family secret will help prove there’s still millions to be found.

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 also originally premiered on Fox Nation, will air all-new episodes featuring in-depth interviews with music stars, celebrities and entrepreneurs.

Rowe is known for showcasing jobs many Americans don’t care or think about until we need something done around the house. He has started scholarships for kids to go to trade school.

Trade jobs give people a great opportunity to make a lot of money and build their own businesses.


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I love this guy

Fun fact: Mike Rowe was a host on QVC for around 3 years back in the 90s before they parted ways. You can find videos on YouTube.

In my fantasy world, Mike Rowe would move out to my neighborhood and open up a high school.

Unless the degree program is in a STEM field, or supporting it, most liberal arts degrees are worthless wastes of time and money. Their faculty are beyond worthless.

Trade schools teach practical skills and lead to many high paying jobs (electrician, plumber, mechanics, etc.), and very useful contributions to society. Can the freak barista with the Wymyn’s Studies degree whining about your coffee order say it produces anything but dimwitted political statements?

UnCivilServant | August 5, 2021 at 8:40 am

Too bad it’s on TV. I cut the cord 7 or 8 years ago and I’m not going back.

I love Mike Rowe — I saw him live at a convention center, back in 2013. He’s always funny, insightful and refreshing in his unabashed support of skilled trades and workers in those fields.