Martha Stewart’s Apprentice, Dawna Stone, ends her yearlong
apprenticeship with the domestic diva and her Martha Stewart Living
Omnimedia company this Friday, with a plate full of opportunities and
some thoughts on Stewart’s nemesis, Donald Trump.
Dawna Stone, the winner of The Apprentice: Martha Stewart has signed on with Sharlene Martin of Martin Literary Management in Los Angeles for representation of her book proposal entitled Winning Nice – How to Succeed in Business and Life Without Waging War.
When we watched The Apprentice Martha Stewart finale, we kept thinking that everything was leading up to Bethenny Frankel being hired. Bethenny appeared to pull off the perfect event on her last task, while Dawna Stone had problems with the program for her event. Martha Stewart also repeatedly questioned if Dawna had vision (which is something that is very important for an employee of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia).
In between plugs for various products, Martha Stewart manages to select her first Apprentice. Her first Apprentice will also evidently be her last and only Apprentice since NBC isn’t renewing the show (or never planned it to be more than a one run series). Martha Stewart hosts the Apprentice Martha Stewart finale live from the set of her daytime TV show.
It’s decision time for the final two candidates on NBC’S "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart," which will be broadcast live from Chelsea Television Studios, December 21 from 9-10 pm ET.
The Apprentice Martha Stewart is down to the final three candidates: Bethenny, Dawna, and Jim. Martha Stewart introduces several executives from Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia: Susan Lyne, Jonathan Chernes, Gail Towey, and Margaret Roach. The executives interview each one of the candidates individually.
The countdown is on for the remaining three "Apprentice: Martha Stewart" candidates as they face their toughest task yet — to interview with top executives from Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia (December 14, 9-10 pm ET on NBC).
One candidate celebrates the last group task with too many drinks on the job while the other team suffers through a candidate- turned- Hollywood-director on NBC’s "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" (December 7, 9-10 pm ET). With only three weeks remaining, the end is in sight, but the flight is far from over as one team tries to prove their worth in the final stretch.
Jim explains his strategy of coaching Marcela to Dawna as wanting to have the weak players left in the end. Jim says, “If I have any say in the matter, I would rather have Marcela against me than Amanda.” Jim quotes Sun Tzu as saying “Everyone observes the victory, but no one observes the strategy that provided the victory.” Dawna says she is different because she would rather be with someone strong in the end because then if she wins it would be a good win.
Candidates get behind the wheel to promote a new car from Buick on NBC’s "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" (November 30, 9-10 pm ET). Candidate Jim gets candid about his strategy to win, self-proclaiming, "Jim is a mastermind of strategy…Jim is a master of this game," he says.