It’s taken forever and a day to finally see both Arnold Schwarzenegger taking the Celebrity Apprentice desk, and Emerald City come to life, but NBC has finally made a firm commitment. Both high-profile new series have set January bows, just barely into 2017.
The Celebrity Apprentice
We’re all anxious for the day Donald Trump is no longer center stage, and NBC’s new Celebrity Apprentice graciously offers a first taste. Arnold Schwarzenegger assembles in the limelight for a new 2017 promo of the revamped reality competition, so let’s get down to business.
Donald Trump has made a repeated point of NBC “begging” him to carry on as host of The Celebrity Apprentice, rather than pursue his Presidential aspirations, but it doesn’t sound as if the network would ask Arnold Schwarzenegger to give up the desk, should Trump come crawling back. NBC says The Donald will “never” return, at least in the current regime.
NBC seems to have re-welcomed Donald Trump to the airwaves with this past Friday’s Tonight Show, but The Celebrity Apprentice will be back with a new host all the same. Trump is officially terminated, now that Arnold Schwarzenegger will get behind the desk as the newest host of The Celebrity Apprentice.
The latest season of 'The Celebrity Apprentice' came down to two contestants who couldn't seem more different: actor/comedian Arsenio Hall and former 'American Idol' contestant Clay Aiken. Who got the final approval from Donald Trump? Find out after the jump!
With just two weeks to go until the 'Celebrity Apprentice' season finale, there were only five contestants left vying to become Donald Trump's right-hand man/woman: Arsenio Hall, Clay Aiken, Aubrey O'Day, Teresa Giudice and Lisa Lampinelli. So who got axed on last night's episode and why was it so shocking? (Hint: after the firing, Trump called everyone in for a surprise announcement...)