The Apprentice

The Apprentice


The Apprentice


The Apprentice is a television franchise that originated in 2004 in the United States. As originally conceived, the show depicted 16 contestants from around the country with various backgrounds competing in an elimination-style competition to become an apprentice to Donald Trump. They would have the opportunity to work for him as the president of one of his companies for at least one year with an annual salary of $250,000. The Apprentice was developed by Mark Burnett, who successfully brought Survivor to the US. Since its premiere, the show has spawned many licensed international versions as well as several imitations. The Irish version of the show, holds the record for most tasks won by any individual candidate in all versions, Brenda Shanahan, won 10 out of 11 tasks on the hit irish tv show, and went on to win the competition, she now works for self-made millionaire, Bill Cullen, boss of the Irish version. (Credit: Wikipedia).


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