Martha Stewart (via satellite) challenges the candidates with developing a lifestyle suite. Because of Matchstick’s losing record, Alexis and Charles ask for a volunteer from Primarius to join Matchstick. Leslie steps up to the plate and switches teams to become project manager for Matchstick, while Amanda volunteers to be project manager of Primarius.
Martha Stewart invokes "suite" dreams on NBC’s "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" as candidates build and design a luxury suite at The Westin Times Square (October 12, 9-10 pm ET). "Take your vision and turn it into something extraordinary," encourages Stewart. "It could be a lifestyle suite devoted to exercise or to love…but you have to have a vision."
NBC’s "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" greets its new timeslot, Wednesdays at 9 pm ET/PT, with wedding bells and the birth of a baby. Tomorrow night’s episode begins with an emotional punch as one candidate receives the joyous news that his wife had just delivered a baby. After choosing to remain in the competition and dedicate his quest to the newborn, Martha Stewart introduces the fourteen remaining candidates to the multi-billion dollar wedding business.
Every reality TV series needs a great villain. The Apprentice Martha Stewart has found its Omarosa. Jim Bozzini is perhaps one of the most underhanded and scheming characters to ever grace reality television. We know that Martha Stewart will probably never hire Jim, but we sure hope she keeps him around for awhile because he keeps the show interesting.
Martha Stewart presides over an emotional conference room and one candidate gets overwhelmed and attempts to resign on NBC’s "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" (September 28, 8-9 pm ET/PT). "Quitters? Forget it," said Stewart. "If I hear the word quit from this team once more. This is not the way to behave…Cry and you’re out of here. Women in business don’t cry my dear."
The Apprentice: Martha Stewart opens with a mini-biography of Martha Stewart, who tells viewers that after she took her company public she “became America’s first female self-made billionaire.” Martha also informs viewers that the sixteen Apprentice candidates are going to live in a loft right down the hall from her office. Her theme song is “Sweet Dreams” which seems to be a good fit for the show.
NBC’s unscripted series "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" kicks off its thirteen-week televised job interview for a coveted $250,000 position working alongside Martha Stewart at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. (Sept. 21, 8-9 pm ET/PT). "’The Apprentice: Martha Stewart’ will provide people with a really good idea of what a company started by a woman, built by a woman and run by a team of excellent young executives can actually accomplish in a very short period of time," said Martha Stewart.
Martha Stewart taps her daughter Alexis Stewart, Consultant, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. and Charles Koppelman, Chairman of the Board, MSLO to be her advisors on NBC’s "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" (September 21, 8-9pm ET/PT). Alexis Stewart and Koppelman will serve as Martha’s "eyes and ears" during each week’s task and will join her in the conference room to counsel her on which candidate should be sent home.
Martha Stewart welcomes sixteen eclectic candidates into her conference room when NBC’s "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart" premieres September 21, 8-9 pm ET/PT. Stewart’s "Apprentice" will feature a ‘conference room’ and candidates will live in a ‘loft,’ versus a ‘boardroom’ and living in a ‘suite.’ Ranging in age from 22-42, this esteemed group of creative entrepreneurs will compete for thirteen weeks to become Stewart’s first "Apprentice." Among the candidates – many of whom own their businesses – are ad executives, creative directors, accomplished chefs, lawyers, designers, a magazine publisher, and a TV newscaster.
NBC announced today the network would broadcast an additional version of the hit reality show “The Apprentice” featuring Martha Stewart as host. The new edition will be titled “The Apprentice: Martha Stewart.” The announcement was made by Jeff Zucker, President, NBC Universal Television Group. Donald Trump and Mark Burnett will serve as Executive Producers of both series.