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Lernen Sie die Übersetzung für 'apprentice' in LEOs Englisch ⇔ Deutsch Wörterbuch. Mit Flexionstabellen der verschiedenen Fälle und Zeiten ✓ Aussprache. Viele übersetzte Beispielsätze mit "apprentice" – Deutsch-Englisch Wörterbuch und Suchmaschine für Millionen von Deutsch-Übersetzungen. 6. Jan. Praktischerweise hat Trump selbst zu dieser Frage bereits eine ganze Fernsehserie gedreht: „The Apprentice“ (zu Deutsch etwa: „Der. Es ist ein Fehler aufgetreten. The apprentice is expendable. Diese Beispiele können umgangssprachliche Wörter, die auf der Grundlage Ihrer Suchergebnis enthalten. Die prominenten Kandidaten waren: Diese Sätze sind von externen Quellen und können mitunter Fehler enthalten. Werbeplakat von "The Apprentice" in New York. Im Web und als APP. Oder wie wäre es mit einem Spaziergang durch Trumps persönliche Suite? Du bist der Lehrling ich bin der Meister. Earlier releases of The Apprentice Episode 1 - 4 may require special handling during installation.
Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew. Contestants compete for a job as an apprentice to billionaire American Donald Trump.
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Nominated for 9 Primetime Emmys. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Edit Storyline "The Apprentice" is a episode unscripted drama in which 16 candidates from all walks of life, including both Ivy League MBA graduates and street entrepreneurs with no college education, will endure rigorous tasks each week while living together in a hip Manhattan loft apartment.
Edit Details Official Sites: Edit Did You Know? Trivia Donald Trump was close friends with at the time University of Brown professor Charlie Roach, who studied in economic value.
Roach would give lessons to Trump about making a positively financial deal behind the scenes. Goofs In several of the episodes, when the fired apprentice leaves Trump Tower they get into a cab in which the hack number is clearly visible; however, when the cab pulls away there is a different number on the side of the cab.
Connections Referenced in Saturday Night Live: Add the first question. Was this review helpful to you? The Apprentice was an American reality television program that judges the business skills of a group of contestants.
It has run in various formats across fifteen seasons since January on NBC. Contestants are split into two "corporations" teams , with one member from each volunteering as a project manager on each new task.
There have also been eight seasons of The Celebrity Apprentice since Real estate tycoon and now U. After he declared his candidacy for the presidency , NBC announced that actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger would become the new host of The Celebrity Apprentice ,   starting January Lifestyle mogul Martha Stewart hosted the one-season spin-off The Apprentice: Martha Stewart in The Apprentice is a game show featuring season-long competitions.
Each season begins with a new group of contestants vying to earn a place in one of the organizations run by the host.
The contestants who are referred to as "candidates" have come from business backgrounds in various enterprises, the backgrounds including real estate, accounting, restaurant management, management consulting, sales and marketing.
During the show, the contestants live in a communal dwelling, a "penthouse suite", in New York City save for Season 6 which took place in Los Angeles.
The candidates are divided into two teams, treated as "corporations" within the show. These corporations select a name they are subsequently referred to through the rest of the show.
Each week, the teams are assigned a task and required to select one of their members to lead the team as "project manager", who is to take responsibility for organizing the team and making executive decisions.
Tasks are generally business oriented and tend to highlight one of several business skills. Tasks typically lasted for one or two days.
After the completion of the task, the teams meet with the host and his two advisers in "the boardroom ". Boardroom meetings generally proceed in three stages.
In the preliminary stage, all of the remaining candidates on both teams gather in the boardroom to be briefed on the task by the host and his advisors.
Team members are asked about how the task went and whether there were any strong or weak players. Teams are sometimes asked to comment on materials or products produced by the opposing team.
At the end of this stage, the host or his advisors reveal the results of the task and announce which team was the winner. The winning team wins a reward usually a unique, luxurious experience and are excused from the boardroom while the losing team returns to the boardroom for an elimination.
In later seasons, winning teams have been permitted to view the next stage of the boardroom on the TV in their suite. The entire losing team remains in the boardroom and are confronted with their loss.
They are interrogated as to the reasons for their loss and which players contributed to it or failed at the task. Then, for the final stage of the boardroom meeting, the project manager is asked to select a certain number of teammates typically two, but on occasion one or three to bring back into the final-stage boardroom meeting.
The remaining teammates return to the suite while the project manager and the selected teammates step out of the boardroom momentarily so the host can consult with his advisors.
Upon returning to the boardroom for the final stage, the host and his advisors continue interrogating the remaining players about their loss. The project manager is sometimes further interrogated about his or her choice of teammates to bring back into the boardroom.
The host has broad discretion to fire candidates outside of this usual process, including firing multiple candidates at a time.
When only three or four candidates depending on the season are left, they are interviewed rather than being assigned a task.
Executives from various companies interview the finalists and report their assessments to the host. Based on the interviews, a "boardroom meeting" and firing take place, leaving two candidates.
The final two candidates are then each assigned a different final task. Each is given a support team of previously fired candidates. Final tasks generally require the finalists to organize to various degrees an event such as a party or a fundraiser which has multiple planning elements.
After recovering from a series of financial setbacks in the early s , New York real-estate developer Donald Trump changed his business strategy from borrowing to build and purchase assets, to licensing his name to others.
Producer Mark Burnett approached Trump about a new television show. Although Trump was skeptical, stating that reality television "was for the bottom-feeders of society", Burnett proposed that Trump appear as himself, a successful businessman with a luxurious lifestyle.
The show was co-produced by Burnett and Trump, its first season having aired in early For most seasons, the candidates ostensibly live in a communal suite at Trump Tower in Manhattan.
This was originally billed as a penthouse suite, and after boardrooms, candidates were told to "go up" to the suite. However, in reality, the suite and the boardroom and its elevator lobby are all purpose-built sets within Trump Tower, all on the same floor.
Later seasons of The Celebrity Apprentice no longer conceal this. For example, sales tasks would require a team to take over a brand-name storefront or restaurant and operate it; and marketing tasks would require teams to prepare marketing material e.
In later series, the launches of specific products would be tied to the airing of episodes of the series. Several companies have appeared multiple times on the show.
In August , Trump released Kepcher from her duties at the Trump organization saying only that he "wishes her the best.
Two assistants appeared jointly for the first five seasons: Rhona Graff and Robin Himmler. In season six, Trump elected to have his newest executive assistant, Andi Rowntree, star in the LA-based show.
For the Celebrity Apprentice, Annette Dziamba appeared for the seventh season, and Amanda Miller since the eighth season.
Season six, unlike the rest of the series, took place in Los Angeles. The teams resided in a mansion, with the winning team of each challenge occupying the house, and the losing team camping out in tents in the backyard.
Zervos was a contestant on the fifth season of The Apprentice , which filmed in and aired in Zervos said that Trump exhibited aggressive and non-consensual sexual advances during their meeting, kissing her open-mouthed, groping her breasts,  and thrusting his genitals on her.
The Apprentice also spawned a reality television dating game show. On June 17, , Donald J. The series stars Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth , a former political consultant who in appeared on the first season of The Apprentice and in on the first celebrity edition of the show and also in season The show, which ran from September 21 to December 21, was hosted by Martha Stewart , who was the first woman in the world to become a self-made billionaire.
Trump was one of the executive producers of the show and castings were held in 27 cities across the United States. At the time, the original Apprentice was airing new seasons in each of the fall and winter, each with declining overall ratings.
Martha Stewart aired on Wednesdays during the same fall season as the fourth season of the original Apprentice which aired Thursdays.
Trump claimed that there was "confusion" between the two shows. There has also been talk that Trump did not want Stewart to host the spin-off show.
NBC announced that it would not bring back the show for a second season, although the network stressed that the show was initially planned to air only for one season.
The show averaged between six and seven million viewers. Trump denied this charge, and both TV stars have not worked together again, and there are no plans for the future.
The Apprentice was the breakout rookie hit of the —04 U. The audience numbers The audience numbers for the show steadily declined following the first season.
Second season winner Kelly Perdew , on his first day working for Trump, was introduced by his boss to Florida developers working on a Trump-branded condo, the Trump Tower , in Tampa, Florida , where he was told that he would help promote sales of the building by appearing at promotional events.