The stars of "The Celebrity Apprentice" are back - with a vengeance.
The cast of the first "All-Star" season of Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice" was recently revealed, and now, a teaser trailer for the upcoming season has been released.
The trailer debuted on January 6 and shows some of the series' most memorable contestants coming back for what appears to be the same hijinks and misbehavior that audiences have grown to know and love (Watch below).
The reality show, which sees stars participating in business-related tasks in a bid not to get "fired" and to raise money for charity, is set to premiere March 3 at 9 p.m. on NBC.
In "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice," the contestants will compete to win $250,000 for the charity of their choice. The new seasons also see the return of Trump's advisors - sons Don. Jr and Eric and daughter Ivanka.
In October, the contestants of the all-star series were announced, and the series is set to include the likes of Busey, Bret Michaels, Dennis Rodman, Stephen Baldwin, La Toya Jackson, Omarosa and Lisa Rinna (Full list).
The "All-Star" season is also incorporating former winners as additional advisors. The group includes "Celebrity Apprentice" season 1 (regular season 7) winner and CNN host Piers Morgan, "Celebrity Apprentice" season 2 (regular season 8) winner Joan Rivers, "Celebrity Apprentice" season 4 (and regular season 11) winner John Rich and the most recent winner - Arsenio Hall, who won "Celebrity Apprentice" season 5 (regular season 12) earlier this year.
"The Celebrity Apprentice" is the star studded version of Trump's series "The Apprentice," which debuted in 2004. The first celebrity edition began in 2008 and was the seventh season of the franchise.
Watch the teaser trailer for "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" below. Who are you rooting for?