The actions of President Trump and his White House press secretary Sean Spicer over the weekend—lying about the size of his inauguration crowds, despite ample evidence disproving their claims—were surprising and alarming to many who were unaccustomed to seeing that degree of blatant dishonesty from the office of the President of the United States.
When the Celebrity Apprentice franchise returns to NBC on Jan. 2, it will have a new host (Arnold Schwarzenegger, stepping in for President-elect Donald Trump), a new name (The New Celebrity Apprentice) and now several new sponsors.
Arnold Schwarzenegger will be the next host of NBC's Celebrity Apprentice, the network announced. The actor turned twice-elected California governor will take over for Donald Trump, the only host the competition show has had, when it returns to NBC in the 2016-17 TV season.
NBC has cut some of its lucrative business ties with Donald Trump following Trump's comments about the United States' relationship with Mexico during his announcement for president on June 16.
Like a strip mall that houses an endless succession of failed take-out restaurants, some time slots are seemingly doomed to failure. And unfortunately for ABC, its Sunday 10 p.m. hour appears to be one of the more haunted slots on the dial.
In a night of indelible moments, perhaps the most arresting spectacle was that of Fox News analyst Karl Rove aggressively disagreeing with the network’s decision to call Ohio for President Obama.
Donald Trump’s news-dominating faux presidential bid might be remembered as a farce, an embarrassment, or just a complete waste of time, but NBC, home of Trump’s Celebrity Apprent
NBC is pushing Donald Trump, host of Celebrity Apprentice, to make a decision about whether he will run for president—before the network unveils its fall lineup this Sunday.
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Prime-Time Ratings: Weekend Results Friday 4/15/11: Note: The following results are based on the fast affiliate ratings (Live Plus Same Day data). Household Rating/Share: CBS: 4.3/ 8, NBC: 3.4/ 6, ABC: 3.1/ 5, Fox: 2.3/ 4, CW: 1.4/ 2 Total Viewers: CBS: 6.90 million, NBC: 4.97, ABC: 4.90, Fox: 3.72, CW: 2.27. Adults 18-49: