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Celebrity Apprentice is making a lot of changes in the wake of Donald Trump. Thatís right, Celebrity Apprentice is going to have a lot of work to still do to replace its main cast, and weíre guessing some more famous names will crop up.
However, now Schwarzenegger will be departing from his reprisal norm for the television season, as NBC has announced that he will be taking the reins of successful reality series. That's right, he's going to headline Celebrity Apprentice.
Iím sure Donald Trump likes to see his name in headlines, but probably not so much in the kinds of headlines heís earned lately. As the brouhaha following his campaign announcement continues to swirl, it seems as if NBC is wasting little time in trying to find a replacement for the recently ousted Trump on Celebrity Apprentice,
Donald Trump has been a familiar face for years, thanks to his business acquisitions and his reality TV programs. However, now that the Celebrity Apprentice figurehead has launched an official bid for the presidency, it could affect his status on the reality series.
Keshia Knight Pulliam took a turn at bat as project manager, but it all came crashing down when head judge Donald Trump found out she hadnít asked former TV daddy Bill Cosby for money during the challenge.
Itís been more than a year since NBC aired a season of Celebrity Apprentice. The show has been neither canceled nor missed at the network, until today, when Donald Trump popped on Today to announce that the show has already filmed, that the new season is hitting the network in January, and that Joan Rivers will appear in the new episodes.
One of the things that sets The Apprentice and Celebrity Apprentice apart from a lot of other major network reality competition series is the fact that Donald Trump does all the firing. America doesn't vote for the winner, which puts the competition a bit more in line with some of the more professional-based series, like Hell's Kitchen.
You know how Apprentice and Celebrity Apprentice normally call in the previous winners and various executive types to interview the final four candidates and make recommendations that Trump either contorts to validate his previously decided opinions or ignores entirely? Well, the show went in a different direction this year.
A day ahead of their upfront presentation, NBC has posted their 2013-2014 schedule, which lays out where most of the new and returning series will air throughout the week come next fall. A few notable schedule changes appear to be taking place, including a move to Wednesdays for Revolution and a shift to Thursdays for Parenthood. Absent from the list is Community, but NBC did include it among the scripted series confirmed to return, so it will be back. It's just a matter of when.
Celebrity Apprentice is a completely different game with only a handful of players left. While the early rounds are about finding a way to contribute and navigating the sea of utterly bizarre personalities, the latter rounds are about using celebrity connections and good old fashioned hard work to actually get shit done.
The Celebrity Apprentice Power Rankings are an ordered compilation of weekly lists put together by TV Blend writers Mack Rawden and Jessica Rawden. Each week after viewing the episode, they each rank the competitors in order. Fourteen points are given for a first place vote, and this week, nine were given for a last place vote.
The country of South Africa is the big company this week. The country wants to showcase travel, and someone felt Celebrity Apprentice was the way to do it. The two teams were tasked with showcasing aspects of the country involving either ďadventureĒ or ďromance.Ē Lil Jon grabs adventure for his team (which also involves Trace, Brande, and Marilu), leaving Penn, Lisa, and Gary to focus on the romantic aspects of South Africa.
On paper, Gary Busey vs Trace Adkins is about as lopsided of a Celebrity Apprentice project manager match-up as the show has ever given us. In actuality, however, the slugfest turned out to be pretty back and forth with the final decision coming down to details rather than giant mistakes.
Spelling anything wrong in an advertising proposal is a good way to see the job go to someone else. Spelling the creatorís name wrong in an advertising proposal is as close to a guarantee of failure as one can get. Unfortunately for one of the teams, thatís exactly what happened this week, and not surprisingly, that project manager got the big ugly axe.
The year of the utterly bizarre boardroom decisions continued this week with the losing project manager making a horrible decision and bringing the wrong people back with her to fight it out. Trump was once again flabbergasted by the foolish approach, and the poor project manager never even had a real chance to talk her way out of it. More on that later, however.