Is The Apprentice British or American?

Is The Apprentice British or American?

The Apprentice is a British business-styled reality game show created by Mark Burnett, distributed by Fremantle and broadcast by the BBC since 16 February 2005.

Who did The Apprentice first UK or USA?

The Apprentice began on BBC Two on 16 February 2005. The reality documentary was modelled after the US version, which starred property tycoon Donald Trump. However the BBC’s take on the show was unmistakably British, fronted as it was by Sir Alan Sugar, founder of Amstrad.

Who were the contestants on the first season of The Apprentice?


Candidate Background Result
Bill Rancic Cigar business owner Hired by Trump (4–15–2004)
Kwame Jackson Investment manager Fired in the season finale (4–15–2004)
Amelia “Amy” Henry Account manager Fired in week 13 (4–1–2004)
Nick Warnock Copier salesman Fired in week 13 (4–1–2004)

Who won Celebrity Apprentice 2015?

Sophie Monk
Season 4 (2015) This season ends with Sophie Monk reigning supreme and defeating former Big Brother champion Tim Dormer in the final Boardroom.

Does Trump own The Apprentice?

The Apprentice is an American reality television program that judges the business skills of a group of contestants….The Apprentice (American TV series)

The Apprentice
Producers Mark Burnett Donald Trump Arnold Schwarzenegger (2017)
Production locations Trump Tower, New York City (2004–2015)

Who won Apprentice 2022?

Tim Campbell
The series features sixteen candidates and sees Tim Campbell, the winner of the first series replace Claude Littner as Lord Sugar’s aide, after Littner suffered an injury whilst cycling….The Apprentice (British series 16)

The Apprentice
Original release 6 January 2022 – present
Series chronology

What is Donald Trump’s net worth?

2.5 billion USD (2022)Donald Trump / Net worth

Who won first season of Apprentice?

Bill RancicThe Apprentice – Season 1 / Winner

Who won the second season of The Apprentice?

Kelly Perdew
The Apprentice (American season 2)

The Apprentice
Winner Kelly Perdew
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 15

Will there be an apprentice 2021?

The Apprentice is FINALLY on its way back to BBC One with a brand new series in 2022. After no series in 2020 or 2021 due to the pandemic, The Apprentice is making its return to TV soon. It was Carina Lepore who won The Apprentice’s latest series in 2019, securing investment in her artisan bakehouse.

Who won 2021 apprentice?

Shaynna Blaze
British business magnate and The Apprentice UK host, Lord Alan Sugar leads the series as CEO, while Lorna Jane Clarkson and Janine Allis became the new boardroom advisors. On 15 June 2021, Shaynna Blaze was declared the winner of the season with the money going to her charity of choice, Voice of Change.

Does Jeff Bezos now own The Apprentice?

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos now owns MGM after a $8.45bn deal, which means he may also have all of the footage from The Apprentice. All the outtakes from The Apprentice are owned by MGM.

Who are the candidates in series 15 of the apprentice?

BBC One – The Apprentice, Series 15 – Meet the Candidates. Dean Ahmad. Owner, Sports Management Agency. FINALIST. Scarlett Allen-Horton. Lewis Ellis. Pamela Laird. Carina Lepore.

Who won the latest series of the apprentice?

Spoiler alert: The winner of the latest series of The Apprentice is referenced in this article. Series 15 of The Apprentice culminated on Wednesday evening with Lord Sugar hiring Carina Lepore. The 30-year-old artisan bakery owner was crowned this year’s winner, after beating recruitment consultant Scarlett Allen-Horton in the final.

How many series of the apprentice are there?

The spin-off later led to the BBC commissioning two more series, though with a few changes – the show was renamed as Young Apprentice, with the number of candidates increased to twelve and the number of episodes increased to eight. The second series began airing on 24 October 2011, while the third began on 1 November 2012.

When did the apprentice start on NBC?

The Apprentice was the breakout rookie hit of the 2003–04 U.S. television season and helped NBC at a time when the network’s two long-running successful comedies, Friends and Frasier, were ending their series’ runs.