After hosting the show for just one season, Arnold Schwarzenegger has quit The Celebrity Apprentice, blaming the show’s “baggage.” In a statement, he said: “I loved every second of working with NBC and Mark Burnett. Everyone — form the celebrities to the crew to the marketing department — was a straight 10, and I would absolutely work… continue reading
The Celebrity Apprentice 8
NBC’s The New Celebrity Apprentice was more boring than new, and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s hosting felt more like a parody than a reboot.
Because of Donald Trump’s compensation and Arnold Schwarzenegger’s behavior toward women, NBC needs to drop The New Celebrity Apprentice before it airs.
ABC announced the air date for The Bachelor season 21, and it is the same day and time that NBC will debut The New Celebrity Apprentice.
Watch the promo for The New Celebrity Apprentice, which features Arnold Schwarzenegger in a familiar role, and not one previously occupied by Donald Trump.
NBC today explained why Arnold Schwarzenegger’s The New Celebrity Apprentice won’t air until next year, and also released this new promotional image.
A brief, three-part argument about why Real Housewives cast members make good Celebrity Apprentice cast members.
NBC has announced the 16 people competing on The Celebrity Apprentice 8, and also announced the pool of people who will serve as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s advisers. They also released some general details about the season’s location and challenges.
With the official announcement of The Celebrity Apprentice’s cast apparently coming tomorrow, there’s news of a high-profile addition to the show: Tyra Banks, who won’t be a contestant, but instead will serve as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s adviser, in the George/Carolyn/Ivanka/Donald Jr. role.
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Celebrity Apprentice starts filming Monday in Los Angeles, and the cast will likely be announced Friday morning on The Today Show.
NBC executives were challenged this morning on their relationship with Donald Trump, who they publicly dumped last summer. Things did not go well.
If NBC was looking for a no-nonsense man who excels at barking down perceived stupidity to host The Apprentice, it should have looked no further than its reality TV executive, Paul Telegdy. This morning at the Television Critics Press tour, he Trump-ily responded to a question about NBC’s perceived hypocrisy over its firing Trump and then hiring him to host SNL, among other appearances.
Terminator star and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will replace Donald Trump as host of NBC’s The Celebrity Apprentice. He will bring a “fresh take” to the series. In a press release, NBC reality executive Paul Telegdy called Arnold “the epitome of a global brand in entertainment and business” and said that “Arnold’s personal passion… continue reading