The Apprentice

Thursday, October 7 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

The teams produce a viral advertising video but efforts don’t click in this Internet-based task because of the ostracism of one member, a dental emergency and the portrayal of violence in one video. Later, in the boardroom, another contestant is fired.

Thursday, September 30 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

**Cesar Millan (Dog Whisperer) Guest Stars**

This week, the teams must run all aspects of a canine daycare and spa. One project manager threatens to bench a team member, while a participant on the other team is resentful when their Project Manager puts them in charge of dogs. A surprise visit from Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan puts the contestants on their toes, and in the boardroom, another candidate is fired.

Thursday, September 23 – 10pm ET/PT on Global

When the contestants are asked to sell ice cream on the streets of New York, one team tries to sabotage the other. Later, a project manager attacks a member of the team in the boardroom.

Thursday, September 16 – 9pm ET/PT *Two-hour Season Premiere* on Global

This season’s crop of 16 contestants were all impacted by the economic crisis, and are trying to revive their careers by winning employment with Donald Trump. In this episode, candidates are divided into teams where they are asked to create modern-day workspaces. Later, in the boardroom, the first contestant is fired.

The season kicks off with the arrival of 16 candidates, all impacted by the economic downturn and trying to revive their careers by winning employment with Donald Trump. The 13-week interview process opens with a test to create modern-day workspaces. Marring the challenge: a fight and an office accident.


Wade, 33 (Woodbury, Minnesota), the self-taught real estate mogul spent 11 years honing his real estate skills. His career garnered him recognition as he was named one of the “Top 30 Realtors Under 30” in the country. A Woodbury, Minnesota resident and father of two, Wade is an avid big-game hunter and golfer. He also loves serving as a coach for his daughter’s ice hockey team. Wade maintains a positive attitude, and insists he’ll bounce back from the recession because he’s a winner.

Tyana, 41 (Miami, Florida), was a successful real estate agent prior to the recession. She never imagined being unemployed for so long, yet has managed to adjust to a simpler way of life since losing her six-figure income. Tyana currently resides in Los Angeles, California, and is proud to hold the title of Miss Cougar California, where she feels she can use her brains and her beauty to redefine the perception of a “cougar.” During her time off last year, she took advantage of fulfilling some of her “bucket list” travel locations on the smallest of budgets.

Steuart, 27 (Washington, D.C.), born and raised in Washington D.C., was the successful owner of four companies. Unfortunately, as the economy took a downturn, Steuart was forced to close down two of his companies and lay off his entire staff. A serial entrepreneur, he’s always looking for the next big business venture opportunity. Steuart attended Purdue University on a swimming scholarship, and received a Bachelor of Science in business. He also made it to the Olympic trials for swimming, and is heavily involved in D.C. government.

Stephanie, 34 (Chicago, Illinois), born and raised in Montreal, has been a fighter since a very young age. Having both her parents pass away from AIDS when she was only a teenager, Stephanie started her career by putting herself through college at McGill University while working full-time. Since then, she has worked as a commercial banker, at which she found success at a young age and was ranked among the top commercial lenders in the country several years running. After being directly impacted by the effects of the recession in the financial sector, she is looking to take control of her life and be proactive in her career. Additionally, Stephanie founded Child Cause/Fear to Fire, a nonprofit organization that provides a peer network to teens affected by AIDS and substance abuse by inspiring through the arts, and has authored a book titled “Fear to Fire.” Stephanie is very athletic, a national speaker, and continues to write.

Poppy, 24 (Richmond, California), a recent Stanford graduate who has a Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology and Master’s in Sociology, hasn’t been able to secure a full time job in her chosen field. She was offered a job doing breast cancer research, but unfortunately due to the economic recession, the funding fell through. Poppy currently lives in Richmond, California with her parents and works as a part-time caretaker for her grandmother. As a competitive synchronized swimmer, making the Olympic training squad and winning four NCAA championship titles in college, Poppy is ready to use her competition skills.