The Apprentice Returns to CBS

With televised Trump subpoena, Jan. 6 panel asks voters for a second season of ‘The Apprentice’

In the shadow of the 2016 election, the TV talk show The Apprentice is preparing to return to TV with a new season.

The show’s executive producer has announced it will return to CBS’ reality show, which stars Donald Trump. An initial pitch video was released Jan. 5, 2017, via the show’s website.

The show’s new season will feature “a cast of 20” and will be set in a new location and time period. There will also be about 10 new contestants.

In his announcement Jan. 4, executive producer Mark Burnett offered no details about the new season. But the video on the show’s site says the new season “will be based on the latest episode of the show.” He also mentioned that the season would feature new participants, casting, and executive producer. For those who can’t make the premiere, the show will return in the fall.

In late December, The Guardian reported that CBS had plans to re-launch the show as an “American Idol meets The Apprentice” reality competition series.

The show has been a hit with fans. It won a record-breaking 16 Primetime Emmys, including 11 for acting in 2017. It also won two People’s Choice TV Awards and a Golden Globe Award for acting and producing.

The new season is set to debut in late October 2017. The show is a co-production between CBS Studios International, MGM, and Burnett, the executive producer behind such shows as Survivor, Dancing with the Stars, and The Apprentice. Burnett had previously hosted the show, with Burnett taking his role on the new season.

The new season of The Apprentice will star a diverse cast, including women, and will feature “a series of new challenges” that will add to the show’s “unique blend of reality and imagination.”

For the new season, CBS will continue to work with MGM on

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