Not one, but two "Apprentice" (search) shows a week.
The news that NBC was going to double up on "The Apprentice" — a surprise since the show has not fared as well this year in the ratings — came Monday rry of network announcements (and leaks) about new fall lineups.
It had been expected that the network would alternate between the two editions every season.
NBC scheduled the Martha edition to capitalize on the buzz surrounding the Domestic Diva as she reinvents herself after getting released from prison earlier this year.
The network also renewed "The Office," (search) a low-rated Americanized version of the hit British comedy.
Meanwhile, "Arrested Development" (search) — the critically acclaimed, yet low-rated comedy — will be back for a third season.
Fans of the FOX show — which follows the misadventures of an extremely dysfunctional California family — had been waiting glumly for months and expecting the worst. But FOX said Monday they want to give it yet another chance.
In other network moves, NBC canceled "American Dreams," "Medical Investigation" and the short-lived "Law & Order: Trial by Jury."
Meanwhile, "Scrubs" and "Fear Factor" are not on the fall schedule but are expected back later next season.