Previously scheduled to debut on February 12, the fifth season of the Donald Trump-starring reality series is now slated to launch on February 19.
"The Celebrity Apprentice" will return a week longer than it was originally planned. The fifth season of the reality series, which was initially set to debut on February 12, is now scheduled to premiere on Sunday, February 19 at 9-11 P.M., NBC has announced.
An original two-hour episode of "Fear Factor" will now occupy the February 12 slot. The network additionally plans to air a one-hour version of the previous week's of "Celebrity Apprentice" prior to the airing of the show's original episode on February 26 and March 4.
Receiving the same fate like "Celebrity Apprentice" is "Harry's Law" whose return date has also been pushed back by a week. The second season of the legal drama will be back with new episodes on March 11 at 8 P.M., although it was previously set to return on March 4.