The Celebrity Apprentice

Saturday, May 26 – 8pm ET/PT *Season Finale* on Global

Live from New York City, celebrity finalists Arsenio Hall and Clay Aiken scramble to finish in time for their celebrity charity event and for the first time ever, the two must work together to make sure their variety show goes off without a hitch. With 10 celebrities performing, it’s the biggest finale event to date and in the end, Donald Trump will decide who will become his next Celebrity Apprentice.

Saturday, May 19 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The two finalists must create, host, and sell tickets to a celebrity charity event, featuring a charity awareness ad and a variety show, starring themselves. One finalist discovers they don’t have the footage needed to edit their charity awareness ad, while the other finalist goes head to head with a returning celebrity.

Saturday, May 5 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

This week, the teams are tasked with writing and performing a new jingle for Good Sam. It’s deja vu for one team, whose Project Manager struggles with a power-usurping teammate. On the other team, a mutiny results in some of the season’s biggest fireworks when the team hijacks the task away from the Project Manager.

Saturday, April 28 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

This week, the celebrities must create an in-store display and slogan for “Success by Trump,” a new fragrance by Donald Trump. A rematch between two sparring Project Managers ensues, as they compete to win $100,000 for their charities. One team worries about an indecisive leader, and the other team’s Project Manager sells out their team to Eric Trump.

Saturday, April 21 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

This week, the teams must create their own puppets and perform in front of a live audience for Henson Alternative’s improv show. One outspoken celebrity struggles to be a team player, while another celebrity fights for a role in the task, only to be shut out resulting a breakdown.

Saturday, April 14 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

This week, teams must write, produce, and direct a 60-second commercial for With the whereabouts of an AWOL celebrity unknown, a verbal firestorm ignites. In the end, one team hits the mark, and the other team is left to fight it out in the boardroom, where another celebrity is sent packing.

Saturday, April 7 – 8pm ET/PT *Special Three-Hour Episode* on Global

This week, the celebrities face two tasks: creating a limited edition ‘My New York’ celebrity guidebook and promoting a Walgreens walking kit. One team emerges victorious, while the losing team reconvenes in the boardroom where Donald Trump fires another celebrity.

Saturday, March 24 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The teams must write, produce, and edit a viral video for the O-Cedar Pro-Mist Mop. The men turn on each other when one half tries to protect their Project Manager, while the women’s team goes out on a limb with a risque concept. In the end, Donald cleans house and fires a celebrity.

Saturday March 3 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The Celebrities must create and perform an original Medieval Times show for a live audience. One team’s Project Manager struggles with an insubordinate team member, while a serious injury on the other team threatens to derail the show.

Saturday February 25 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

This season, 18 business-savvy celebrity contestants will compete to be hired as the Celebrity Apprentice and to receive a $250,000 cheque for their charity. Contestants include 80s pop singer/songwriter Debbie Gibson; reality stars Paul Teutul Sr. (American Chopper); Teresa Giudice (The Real Housewives of New Jersey); Victoria Gotti (Growing Up Gotti); Aubrey O’Day (Making the Band); actress Tia Carrere; model Patricia Velasquez; pro race-car driver Michael Andretti; comedian Lisa Lampanelli; former American Idol runner up Clay Aiken; magician Penn Jillette; former talk show host Arsenio Hall; Star Trek actor George Takei; 80s model Cheryl Tiegs; Miss Universe winner Dayana Mendoza; 80s heavy-metal band lead singer for Twisted Sister, Dee Snider and TV/radio host Adam Carolla.