A federal judge ruled this week that MGM must release unaired footage from The Celebrity Apprentice to entrepreneurs who claim they lost hundreds of thousands of dollars after President Trump and his children endorsed a multilevel marketing company on the reality show prior to the president’s election.
Unaired footage from Donald Trump‘s Celebrity Apprentice should be handed over to entrepreneurs who claim they were ripped off when Trump and his children repeatedly endorsed a troubled multilevel marketing company on the reality-TV show, a judge said.
Fans of NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice are about to lose the show’s biggest asset as Arnold Schwarzenegger will not be returning to host another season. “I learned a lot, I had a great time, it was a really great opportunity,” Schwarzenegger said. “But under the circumstances I don’t want to do it again.”
The Peacock Network wants The Donald to sign on the dotted line for two more seasons of The Celebrity Apprentice ahead of the live finale of the current season on Sunday, May 20.
NEW YORK (AP) — Mob boss widow Victoria Gotti, singer Clay Aiken and IndyCar champ Michael Andretti are on tap for the next edition of NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice.” Host Donald […]
NBC is publicly disavowing a report in the New York Post that it is shelling out $160 million to Trump and co-producer Mark Burnett for another two seasons of Celebrity Apprentice.
The real-estate mogul and reality TV host — who kept viewers and NBC guessing until the last minute whether he would make a serious run at the Oval Office — got a sizeable pay raise to renew his contract to host The Celebrity Apprentice for another two years. NBC Universal agreed to pay Trump and co-producer Mark Burnett an estimated $160 million over two years, according to sources familiar with the contract.
The Celebrity Apprentice star says he “can’t rule out anything” in terms of a possible late entry if none of the Republican candidates is to his liking.
Donald Trump told an audience of NBC advertisers at the network’s upfront presentation in New York today that he’ll drop his potential presidential bid.
NBC is continuing Donald Trump’s television series Celebrity Apprentice after the New York real estate developer said he intends to run for president.A spokeswoman for the network’s entertainment division, Rebecca Marks, said “Nothing’s changed,” when asked about the future of the program. She declined to elaborate.
If a deal is in place for another Celebrity Apprentice season, Donald Trump’s attention-grabbing flirtation with a presidential bid is nothing more than a publicity stunt, Lawrence O’Donnell, host of MSNBC’s The Last Word, claimed on his show.