Donald Trump is going to be busy for the next couple of years, but he still has an executive producer credit on The New Celebrity Apprentice. Find out what the new host Arnold Schwarzenegger feels about the President-Elect's involvement.
Now that Donald Trump has found a new job after being fired from NBC in June of 2015 (for controversial remarks he said about immigrants) The New Celebrity Apprentice can begin with new “boss,” Arnold Schwarzenegger. But apparently, the focus isn’t off Donald Trump just yet and fans are wondering how different the new show... Show More Summary
From one “Celebrity Apprentice” host to another: you’re doing just fine.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has nothing but respect towards president-elect Donald Trump. After he defended Trump’s role as executive producer of Celebrity Apprentice, the 69-year-old actor and former governor of California said he’s looking forward to taking over hosting duties of the show. “We can’t always know how everything is going to unfold and this is what [...]
Hot on the heels of yesterday's news that Donald Trump will in fact retain an executive producer credit (and collect a five-figure fee) on NBC's forthcoming The New Celebrity Apprentice, the series' host Arnold Schwarzenegger today shrugged off any notion that this situation is at all awkward or, you know, ... More »
Arnold Schwarzenegger, the new host of Celebrity Apprentice, today defended President-elect Donald Trump's executive producer credit on the show while he's president.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has spoken out to defend Donald Trump for retaining his role as an executive producer on The New Celebrity Apprentice while in office as the President of the United States. The 69-year-old actor compares the situation to him earning royalty checks for Terminator while serving as the Governor of California. “I knew from [...]
The stakes got higher on The New Celebrity Apprentice when news hit that President-elect Donald Trump will retain his executive producer tag on the new iteration. During a press junket for the upcoming 8th season, as expected, thereShow More Summary
Yesterday, we reported that soon-to-be-President Donald Trump would be holding on to another executive credit when he heads into the Oval Office, continuing to serve as—and be paid for being—the executive producer of NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice. Show More Summary
New York: Now that President-elect Trump will continue to executive produce "Celebrity Apprentice" with new host Arnold Schwarzenegger, after becoming President, Trump has announced that he will also be competing on "Dancing With The Stars". "I'm going to win bigly," tweeted Trump. Show More Summary
Heading into 2017, a lot of things will be changing. Arnold Schwarzenegger will be the star of Celebrity Apprentice. Scandal will be back. Heck, Donald Trump will be our new President.
After being off the air for two years, “Celebrity Apprentice” will return to NBC on January 2nd. Arnold Schwarzenegger will take over as host, but...
President-elect Donald Trump will retain his executive producer credit on the new season of The Celebrity Apprentice presented by Arnold Schwarzenegger. The billionaire businessman was dropped from the veteran business reality show in...Show More Summary
Instead of getting fired, he will remain hired. On January 2, the new season of Celebrity Apprentice starring Arnold Schwarzenegger will premiere on NBC after a two-year hiatus. Although Donald Trump is not hosting the new season, he will keep his "Executive Producer" title and will profit from the hit reality TV show. Related: Donald Trump & [...]
The series debuts Jan. 2 with Arnold Schwarzenegger replacing Trump as host.
Because of Donald Trump's compensation and Arnold Schwarzenegger's behavior toward women, NBC needs to drop The New Celebrity Apprentice before it airs. Read this story »
Early next year, NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice will return to television with a new host—former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, appropriately enough. Donald Trump will retain his executive producer credit on the series, Variety reports, and will be paid through MGM, the show’s production firm. Read more...
The president elect will retain executive producer status when the NBC series returns with Arnold Schwarzenegger as host. read more
His name will stay on the show hosted by Arnold Schwarzenegger. MGM confirmed to Variety that Trump has retained his EP credit on the series. The president-elect’s status on the 15th season of the reality series that made him a household name has been a question since Trump launched his presidential campaign in June 2015. In [...]