NBC has renewed Donald Trump's reality show "Celebrity Apprentice" for another season.
Trump made the announcement via Twitter on Sunday night.
"I AM PLEASED TO INFORM YOU THAT CELEBRITY APPRENTICE HAS BEEN RENEWED FOR ANOTHER SEASON BY NBC. SEE YOU AT THE NBC UPFRONTS TOMORROW," Trump tweeted.
NBC released its new schedule earlier in the day with "Celebrity Apprentice" nowhere to be seen in either the fall or mid-season replacement schedules, The Hollywood Reporter noted.
It was unclear when NBC planned to air it.
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The show, in its 14th season, began with non-celebrities vying for a chance to work for one of Trump's businesses. The "Celebrity" version pits famous people against each other to win money for charity.
"BOOM! Congrats," tweeted Piers Morgan, winner of the first "Celebrity Apprentice."
Trump's earlier tweets in the day were about Sunday night's episode, which featured two firings at the beginning. The live season finale will air next week with illusionist Penn Jillette and country singer Trace Adkins as the last two standing.
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