Weather Channel Names Former NFL Player To Host ‘Fast: Home Rescue’

The Weather Channel today announced Tre Boston and wife Cierra as the new hosts of its series Fast: Home Rescue. Sports commentator and former NFL star, Jayestin Tre’Von (Tre) Boston, is best known for playing safety for the NFL’s Carolina Panthers, Los Angeles Chargers and Arizona Cardinals. His wife and mother of two, Cierra, is an educator. The Bostons make their debut as new hosts of Fast: Home Rescue on Sunday, June 18, at 10 p.m. ET.

This new season of Fast: Home Rescue brings new hosts, while remaining true to presenting the stories of families whose lives have been devastated by severe weather and natural disasters as their homes are transformed and rebuilt stronger than before in just five days. Viewers can expect to see more home transformations in communities in Florida (particularly areas impacted by Hurricane Ian), Louisiana and Texas.

The series will also feature Rebuilding Together, the nonprofit organization Tre and Cierra have volunteered with to make essential repairs for homeowners in need. Rebuilding Together is a national nonprofit that provides essential home repairs, revitalizes communities and provides long-term recovery to communities affected by natural disasters. Working with local affiliates across the country, Rebuilding Together and the Bostons team up to make homes safer for people in need.

Tre and Cierra are no strangers to rebuilding communities. The couple owns and operates a nonprofit organization called Tre Boston Beyond Belief Foundation based in Fort Myers, Fla. Through that foundation, the Bostons partner with detention centers, abuse shelters and at-risk programs to educate, mentor and support youth in underserved communities. Their mission is to help the youth they serve break generational cycles and overcome challenging circumstances.

Fast: Home Rescue is produced by Fight or Flight Studios and is executive produced by Rob Hill, Noah Mark and Sam Wasserman. Noah Mark also serves as showrunner. Episodes will be available to watch on-demand after airing on broadcast via The Weather Channel’s Connected Television (CTV) app. The Weather Channel CTV app is available on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Roku, Samsung and Xfinity Flex.

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