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The Great American Dream Vote was a short-lived reality show where contestants vie to have a wish fulfilled and studio audience members and viewers are the genies by voting on which ones to grant.
The show featured contestants who wanted their dream come true. The studio audience would pick the two finalists while those at home would select the winner via internet voting.
- Despite the premiere's lead-in, Dancing with the Stars, the show only drew less than 2.0 rating among audiences 18-49.
- On March 29, 2007, ABC cancelled the series after two episodes.
- The only winner of the show was a guy named Russ Jowell, whose dream was to have a full set of hair. The winner of the second show won a try out with the San Diego Chargers, although the episode that would have made the award public was cancelled. He still won the package, I don't remember any headlines about him being added to the roster, guess his dream ended like mine.