Canada will get its own French-language Apprentice, and may host Survivor 11.

Canada will get its own French-language Apprentice, and may host Survivor 11.
Canada, that amorphous, strange land to the north of the US, will get its own version of The Apprentice. Additionally, it may host the eleventh season of Survivor, Mark Burnett said, although Canadians won’t be eligible to apply. He told the Winnipeg Sun that “we could be going to Canada for Survivor.” He’s sold the rights to his other show to a Quebec broadcaster, which will air the show in French. But they’re still searching for a host: “We haven’t picked our Quebec version of Donald Trump yet, but we’re looking,” he said.

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