GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY SHOWCASES HOMES BUILT FROM RECLAIMED WOOD
ON NEW SERIES 'LOG CABIN FEVER' PREMIERING NOV. 21
New York [Nov. 2, 2017] Expert craftsman Charlie Norman rebuilds the American dream one log cabin at a time on Great American Country's new series Log Cabin Fever, premiering Tuesday, Nov. 21, at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Throughout the six-episode run, Log Cabin Fever follows Charlie and his crew of skilled tradesman as they carefully deconstruct antique log cabins and barns and then use the salvaged beams to build new homes in North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
"We build log cabins but we're doing much more than that," said Charlie. "We're building families a home they can enjoy forever."
In the premiere episode, Charlie and his team are tasked with building a single-room cabin with a spectacular view of the North Carolina highlands. After gathering chestnut beams from a historic cabin dating back to the times of Daniel Boone, the men struggle to transport the materials to the build site on the treacherous mountainside roads and battle unpredictable weather in order to construct this dream mountain retreat.
Fans can visit GreatAmericanCountry.com/LogCabinFever throughout the series for exclusive photos and info on the ensemble cast.
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Great American Country delivers lifestyle programming in more than 54 million U.S. households for viewers who want to enjoy the simple life and celebrate the great outdoors. Fans can find out more about Great American Country by clicking the "Provider Finder" link on gactv.com. Headquartered in Knoxville, Tennessee, Great American Country is owned by Scripps Networks Interactive, Inc., which also owns and operates HGTV, Food Network, Travel Channel, DIY Network and Cooking Channel.