The ultimate sixteen-week job interview where eighteen Americans compete in a series of rigorous business tasks, many of which include prominent Fortune 500 companies and require street smarts and intelligence to conquer, in order to show the boss that they are the best candidate for his companies. In each episode, the losing team is sent to the boardroom where they are judged on their performance in the task. One person is fired and sent home.
Donald Trump divides the celebrities into men versus women and instructs them to choose a team name and in a surprise twist, Trump asks them to choose the opposing team's project manager. For their first task they must run a New York City diner. The team who brings in the most money at the diner, including tips, wins. It isn’t long before the celebrities’ egos clash as they compete to see who will be the first celebrity to face Mr. Trump in the boardroom and hear the words "You’re fired."
This week's task is to build a storefront to relaunch Kodak's famous Kodak Moments campaign.
This week's task was to create a four-page editorial to showcase a new product for LifeLock and Norton 360.
This week's task is to create a three-dimensional display for the new Universal Studios Orlando attraction, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
This week's task is to film two commercials for Right Guard deodordant featuring Clyde Drexler and Scotty Pippen. One needed to be thirty seconds long, while one needed to be only ten seconds long.
This week's task is to make over the images of up-and-coming country singers Emily West and Luke Bryan in time for a People Country magazine interview, a photo shoot, and live concert.
Donald Trump mixes up the teams and assigns them to create an original celebrity workout for 24 Hour Fitness. Both teams' workouts must impress the 24 Hour Fitness executives as well as bring in the most donations. The celebrities call their high profile friends for big donations and both project managers are pushed to their limits. At a key moment, one project manager reaches an emotional breaking point. In the boardroom, Trump announces that one team has raised the largest amount ever in "Celebrity Apprentice" history. In the end, Mr. Trump has no choice but to make what is, for him, a "tough decision."
Both teams are assigned the task of creating three radio commercials for Clockwork Home Services. To impress the executives, the teams must create original commercials for the company's plumbing, electrician and heating & air conditioning services, and one team may have pushed the envelope too far. Tempers flare when one celebrity questions another’s ability to perform, but in the end, one team’s commercial wins over the client, and Mr. Trump sends another celebrity packing.
In the most difficult challenge yet, each team is tasked to renovate a two-bedroom corporate apartment to increase its market value--and they must do it overnight. Forced to accept a new member, one team is divided from the very beginning and one team's project manager tries to reign in the creative impulses of one team member. In the boardroom, a tactical error leads to a surprising firing.
Immediately following the last task, Trump summons the teams back into the boardroom and one celebrity's rude comment leads to a quick firing. Next, the remaining celebrities undergo grueling interviews with the first 'Apprentice,' Bill Rancic, and the most recent 'Celebrity Apprentice,' Joan Rivers.
Live from the Skirball Center in New York City, Mr. Trump will decide this season's winner of 'The Celebrity Apprentice' after first revealing who did the best job on the last task. In the final moments of this task, one of the finalists scrambles to finish in time, while the other is forced to soldier on alone after being left in the lurch when a helper suddenly leaves. At the launch for the new Snapple teas, one finalist delivers a more polished performance, while the other seems to have the edge with the crowd. In the end, Mr. Trump makes his final decision, live, and determines who will become the next 'Celebrity Apprentice.' The entire celebrity cast returns to join Ivanka Trump, Donald Trump Jr. and George Ross for the live finale.
Sixteen candidates, all affected by the economic crisis, arrive in New York City for a 13-week job interview with Donald Trump. Trump divides them into teams and tasks them with creating a modern workspace. A fight breaks out on one team, and on the other side, the leadership abilities of the Project Manager are called into question. During the presentation, an office hazard leads to an accident, putting one team's fate in jeopardy. In the end, one team pulls out a win, and a candidate on the losing side becomes the first to hear Trump's fateful words: "You're Fired!"
One team sabotages the other as they sell ice cream on the streets of New York City.
The teams are tasked with running all aspects of a dog daycare and spa. One Project Manager threatens to bench a team member if they continue to act up. On the other side, a fearful team member is resentful when their Project Manager puts them in charge of dogs. A surprise visit from “Dog Whisperer” Cesar Millan puts everyone on their toes. In the boardroom, Trump reveals which team has pulled out the win, and on the losing team another candidate is fired.
Trump has each team create a video with the intention of it becoming popular on the Internet; one team loses a member to a dental emergency; another contestant goes home.
The teams must produce a fashion shoe to launch a new shoe line; one team makes a risky decision while the other team faces a crisis.
Each team must design, sell and operate pedicab tours; one candidate begs Mr. Trump to fire a teammate.
Kristin Chenoweth guest stars when the teams are tasked with staging a backer's audition for two upcoming musicals.
One project manager obsesses over a model and the other strips down to make a racy fashion advertorial.
Kim Kardashian steps in as a guest judge when the teams create in-store displays for her new fragrance.
The remaining four must write, direct, produce and star in segments selling Isaac Mizrahi products for QVC.
Season Finale Part I. The two finalists are chosen; one finalist must run a VIP golf tournament featuring Kathy Griffin, while the other manages a Liza Minnelli concert and tournament dinner. Former contestants return to help, but a finalist ends up being short-handed.
Season Finale Part II. One finalist realizes that Mr. Trump's golf team is missing a player for the tournament, while the other finalist must feed 450 people before the Liza Minnelli concert. One candidate is declared The Apprentice.
Donald Trump returns for an eighth season in the boardroom. Joining him are fourteen new celebrity candidates vying for the title of the Celebrity Apprentice, as well as $250,000 for the charity of their choice. First up, a bake sale featuring cupcakes in a challenge to sell the most, despite culinary challenges and a surprise taste test.
The men look to get back on track this week as they are asked to make a comic book character as a representative for an online company. The winning team will be chosen by the company's executive in charge.
The remaining celebs must decorate a bare space into a bridal boutique and then sell 125 wedding dresses.
The teams challenge this week involves a new cell phone in which they must create an event for. But dramas unfold, including a fiery exchange which may become physical. Also, one celebrity is a no show, and another star storms off claiming the celebrities are not being used in the correct situations.
The celebrities challenge is to take over a ritzy hotel, which will include answer to the guests every beck and call, clean the rooms, manage concierge affairs and delivery room services. But this task does not bold well for an out-of-control manager and unhappy guests.
The celebrities must write, produce, and edit a viral video. Trump makes a surprising decision in the boardroom
The teams are challenged to create a design store displays for an identity-theft-protection company. But the teams seem overwhelmed when one contestant becomes sick, a deadline looms and a feud remains strong between two teammates.
The celebrities find themselves struggling to execute a charity auction featuring jewelry designed by Ivanka Trump.
The celebrities must create a four-page ad for a new deodorant featuring basketball player David Lee
The teams must create a new jingle and a 30-second radio spot for a company; former winner Piers Morgan interviews the contestants; the finalists are selected.
For the final task, the final two celebrity candidates were to produce a VIP party for Kodak. To help them, Annie Duke enlisted Brande Roderick, Dennis Rodman, and Tom Green. Joan Rivers enlisted Herschel Walker, Clint Black, and Melissa Rivers. After many struggles with their tasks, the newly-selected teams put on successful shows and then meet in the boardroom -- both pre-taped and live -- one final time for their final showdown.
Donald Trump returns for a seventh season in the boardroom with 14 new business-savvy contestants. The twist this season - the contestants are all celebrities! First up the teams select captains and then hit the streets to sell hot dogs!
Each team must make a commercial for Pedigree dog food advertising their pet adoption drive.
The two teams are each given a "Jet Stream" trailer to transform into a mobile campaign to promote and sell Kodak products. The pressure builds when Hydra damages their computer and Empresario misses out on a meeting with the executives.
The celebrity contestants are assigned to sell tickets to Broadway shows in a challenge highlighted by a testy argument, one celeb donning a knight's costume and a rush through jammed Big Apple traffic. David Hyde Pierce and wrestling promoter Vince McMahon appear.
The remaining celebrity contestants must create awareness for a footwear company's shoe-donation campaign. One celeb steps up the drama by defecting to the other team. But is that defector actually serving as a spy? Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump Jr. are the project overseers.
The celeb contingent must create a living window display for a mattress company. George Ross and Donald Trump Jr. observe the project, while fashion designer Vera Wang makes an appearance.
The two teams sell rides on a horse and buggy business in Central Park. While Empresario worked exceptionally well together, Hydra seemed to go completely into self-destruct mode . . . and still shockingly made more money for the win. All proceeds went to Project Manager Piers's charity. Empresario went to the boardroom, where no one was fired, a first for Apprentice history.
Both teams need to create a ten-minute commercial which will generate the most sales.
This week's task is to create a magazine ad for Dial Nourishing Yogurt Body Wash and Redbook. Hydra created the better ad for the win. Project Manager Carol won an additional $20,000 for her charity. Empresario went to the boardroom, where Tito was fired.
Both teams sell works of art by artists they have selected.
Both teams create a sandwich which they need to sell the most of in order to win.
Erin Burnett and Jim Cramer interview the remaining celebrities, after which a celebrity is fired. The remaining two celebrities oversee an auction for charity and a concert.
The Live Finale will determine the winner of Celebrity Apprentice and they will win $250,000 for their charity.
Season 13 opens with 14 returning celebrities tasked to sell meatballs in a charity competition, but there are beefs due to a power struggle and an unorthodox approach to the mission. Stars include Trace Adkins, Stephen Baldwin and Gary Busey.
The teams jet to Universal Orlando Resort in Florida to produce an interactive 3-D photo experience, but an indecisive project manager and a tyrannical leader mar the mission.
The all-star celebrities must perform a soap-opera scene for a beverage-mix product. One team doesn't mix well, however, when a project manager tangles with an insubordinate member.
The celebrities must use a glass truck to promote a hair-care and spa-products company in a mission that challenges marketing skills. One team lacks harmony thanks to a troublemaker while another star is labeled a weak player. Boardroom advisers include Arsenio Hall
The celebrities are tasked with creating original, three-dimensional artwork. But winning the task comes down to fundraising, and one contestant struggles with bringing in enough money to keep the team safe in the Boardroom. Meanwhile, the other team's Project Manager has to deal with a teammate who over-promises and under-delivers.
The celebrities must create a product display and advertorial campaign to highlight the new "Melania" skin care line. Taking a giant risk, one Project Manager stops Boardroom Advisor Eric Trump from visiting with their team, while the other team is forced to pull the weight for a lackluster team leader. In the Boardroom, everything boils down to one critical error, and a celebrity pays the price for it.
The All-Stars must once again work to promote popular Australian Gold products, this time by creating a silent film. One project manager is cast aside when a power-usurping teammate takes over the task. Meanwhile, the other project manager risks everything by going against the advice of a teammate.
When tasked with creating an interactive travel expo for South Africa Tourism, the All-Stars find a former competitor now on the other side of the boardroom table. Down in numbers, one team tries to get the task done with a lame teammate, while the other team's project manager drops the reigns and their concept gets out of control.
With just six All-Stars remaining, the teams are asked to write, produce and direct a demonstrational video to highlight LG's Smart Home and Home Entertainment systems. One Project Manager's runaway concept leaves the team with little choice but to follow their leader, while the other team gets too caught up in small details.
The All-Stars are asked to design a Foxwoods Resort themed suite and host a party at the brand-new Barclays Center. One detail-oriented Project Manager gets too literal with the theme, while the other team's plan could be shut down due to bad weather.
Mr. Trump fires two contestants before the finalists are challenged to take on their biggest task yet. They must create a new flavor of Walgreens Delish brand premium ice cream, produce a promotional video, and raise money for a launch event featuring the new flavors. With six fired All-Stars returning to help them, the two finalists must rely on everything they’ve learned to win the ultimate prize - $250,000 for their charity and the title of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice. With time running out, one finalist can’t edit their video down to time, while the other finalist has trouble finding donors for the launch event.
The finalists scramble to put the finishing touches on their charity event, enlisting the help of special guests and returning All-Stars. In the end, Donald Trump makes his final decision, live - who will be fired, and who will become the very first All-Star Celebrity Apprentice?
Season 12 of Donald Trump's business-savvy series opens with 18 celebrity players creating and selling deli sandwiches. The star contestants include Arsenio Hall, Clay Aiken, Cheryl Tiegs, Debbie Gibson, Adam Carolla, Lisa Lampanelli and Penn Jillette.
The teams produce and perform a medieval-theme show for an audience, yet an insubordinate contestant and a serious injury mar the task.
The players have to produce themed living Lord and Taylor display windows featuring Ivanka trumps fashion line. The boys don't quite get women's fashion like the girls do.
The star players rev up to produce a live event spotlighting a new Buick vehicle, but one team is in danger of stalling out when the choice for project manager is questioned. Meanwhile, a deep division develops in the other team
The celebrity players are assigned to write and produce a viral video promoting a mop. It's risqué business when one team hatches a lusty concept. Meanwhile, serious divisions mar the other team.
The celebrities must host a launch party for a "mocktail" drink product. One team sets sail with a beach theme while the other produces an exotic Garden of Eden experience.
The celebrity teams delve into two tasks. In the first, they must design and sell a New York City guidebook, with Regis Philbin on hand to appraise the books. Then, they create an interactive health segment, but the task comes with a twist.
Fallout from a previous boardroom session results in one celebrity launching an emotional tirade and another one going missing. As for the challenge, the players must write, direct and produce a 60-second commercial for an entertainment Web site.
The remaining celebrities create original puppets for Henson's "Stuffed and Unstrung."
The celebrities must fashion an in-store display and create a slogan for a new fragrance. Business snafus unfold when two project managers spar and one team frets about an indecisive leader.
The remaining contestants produce a four-page print ad for a digital touch-screen hair dryer. Returning apprentices John Rich and Marlee Matlin then interview the final four celebrities, after which Donald Trump selects the final two players.
The final two contestants are tasked to create, host and sell tickets to a celebrity charity event that comes complete with a variety show and a charity-awareness ad. Eight previously eliminated stars return to help in the challenge.
The two finalists must successfully stage their celebrity charity event, after which the winning contestant is revealed.
After being divided into three teams of two, the final six candidates travel to Las Vegas to launch a promotional campaign for a Trump project.
After a short cocktail party with four of the five hired Apprentices, the final four candidates enter the reel world for their final task when they are challenged to write and direct a short film.
The Hollywood Bowl is the setting for the sixth-season finale, as the final four candidates enter the boardroom.
Donald Trump is back for a brand new season of "The Celebrity Apprentice." This is the seventh installment of "The Celebrity Apprentice" and the 14th season of "The Apprentice" series. The celebrities create and sell pies for charity; members of the women's team complain about their project manager.
In the first hour, Mr. Trump asks the teams to write, produce and direct a commercial for Neat. While one Project Manager struggles with an insubordinate team member, the other is fed up with a celebrity's anxiety. In the boardroom, one person tries to outsmart Mr. Trump, leading to an interesting result. Boardroom Advisors: Donald Trump Jr. and George Ross. In the second hour, the teams are tasked with producing a presentation and tasting menu to feature Luvo's frozen food products. One Project Manager accuses a team member of zoning out, and a celebrity pushes the boundaries of good taste during the team's presentation. The losing team faces Donald Trump in the Boardroom, and another celebrity is sent home.
The celebrity teams create a fitness advertorial for Cosmo Body Magazine. Two members of the men's team solidify their rivalry, while the women fight over who should be the fitness model for their photo shoot. Boardroom Advisors: Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump, Jr. In the second hour, the project managers fight hard to make the most money for their charities by selling wedding dresses. One celebrity has a panic attack and disappears from the team, while another tries to redeem herself from a past fundraising blunder. In a dramatic boardroom, Mr. Trump sends another celebrity home.
The teams are on their best behavior when Joan Rivers and Ivanka Trump serve as Boardroom Advisors for the first task. Each team must build an Ivanka Trump-Nordstrom shoe boutique inside a Media Truck and throw an outdoor marketing event to launch the new Ivanka Trump "Power Up" Campaign. The gloves come off in this boardroom, and Mr. Trump knocks another Celebrity out of the competition. In the second hour, the teams create a viral video to promote the Chock full o'Nuts new single serve coffee cups. Two teammates have an all-out cat fight on the streets of New York City, and in the Boardroom, the tension mounts until Mr. Trump sends another Celebrity packing.
Each team must plan and host an original boat tour of New York, with the guests choosing the winner; an empty platform stage must be turned into a 3-D environment featuring resort amenities.
In the first task, each team must create a "photo bomb" and hashtag campaign for King's Hawaiian. An incident involving two celebrities ends in an explosive Boardroom showdown. In the second hour, the teams must write and produce a 30-second jingle for Bud Light Lime Ritas flavored beverages. Both Project Managers have to deal with unruly teams, and a heated Boardroom concludes with a shocking decision by Mr. Trump.
The finalists travel to Orlando to complete their biggest task--selling resort vacation packages; six fired celebrities return to help.
The two remaining finalists complete their last task with some help from eliminated contestants; Donald Trump announces the season 14 winner.
The 16 celebrities are divided into two teams and tasked with running pizzerias; the teams set a fundraising record; the first contestant is eliminated.
In the second episode of the season, the Celebrities must write an original children’s book based on one of their own teammates and perform it for 4- and 5-year-olds.
The teams are asked to produce a commercial for ACN's new video phone the 'IRIS 5000'.
The remaining celebrity players create original artwork and sell the pieces for charity, but a misunderstanding, a fiery confrontation and nasty traffic test the teams and jeopardize the task.
The star contestants are charged with organizing a public marketing event for a sunscreen and skin-care product. The heat is on when one team hatches an innovative theme, yet one undisciplined team member jeopardizes the task. Meanwhile, the other group gambles with a late-hour creative change.
The star contestants are charged with writing, producing and starring in a live cooking demonstration for Omaha Streaks. One group elects a vegetarian to lead the meat, while the other team selects a loose cannon to lead the charge.
The teams are tasked with creating a 4-page ad campaign for the Trump Hotel Collection, and both sides feel the pressure to produce for their boss. One project manager finds the creative juices of their team running dry, while on the other side, tensions between bitter rivals reaches new heights. A surprise decision from the judges leads to a heated boardroom
The celebrities must put on a live hair show featuring products and stylists; a celebrity yells at a teammate; a team calls on a fired contestant for help.
In the first of two business challenges, the stars must produce a live comedy show, but it's no laughing matter when one celebrity goes missing. Jimmy Fallon and Tracy Morgan assist in the task. Later, the stars shoot a 60-second promotional video for an in-vehicle safety and navigation system, yet one team loses its way because of bickering.
The Donald enlists previous winners Piers Morgan, Joan Rivers and Bret Michaels to help him choose Season 11's two finalists. Following the crowning selection, the remaining duo are charged with arranging a campaign for a soda company's retro product. There's plenty of pop when they must design a new can and shoot a 30-second commercial. Six ousted celebrities return to help the finalists with their task.
Hirer-and-firer Donald Trump names the winning player in the Season 11 finale. Before that, the final two stars continue to stage their retro-soda events, resulting in not-so-bubbly dramas and developments. One finalist seemingly lacks direction and the other finalist's event is jeopardized by an awkward moment.