The Cut (2005– )

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16 contestants vie for a design job with Tommy Hilfiger Incorporated.

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16 contestants vie for a design job with Tommy Hilfiger Incorporated.

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9 June 2005 (USA)  »

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Pathetic Apprentice Clone
10 June 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I thought this show was going to be a more hi-tech copy of Project Runway. Instead, it's a low-tech copy of The Apprentice. Right down to the time-lapse photography and the font used in the credits, this is a complete Apprentice rip-off. I can't believe it's not on the Fox network, where the usual sucky clones always seem to show up. Hardly any of the contestants are actual designers, so the tasks are more business and marketing than design. The show is just boring and unoriginal. Tommy Hilfiger seems like he's trying to fake a Donald Trump persona, but it just doesn't work. The whole show doesn't work, right down to the insanely cheesy line that the deluded producers probably hope is going to become the next "you're fired": "You're out of style." Two thumbs down and then some.

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