NEW YORK (CNN/Money) -
Martha's version of "The Apprentice" is a wrap, said a published report Wednesday.
Producers ended filming for the Martha Stewart edition of the popular NBC reality series last week and are set to spend the summer editing for the show's fall debut, the New York Post said, and sources tell the newspaper that only the show's formula will be similar to the Donald Trump version.
"It's got totally different terminology and a different look than The Donald [version] ... It's also got totally different rules and regulations," the insider told the Post, declining to say how the Martha wannabes get the axe.
It is believed contestants will be given their walking papers in the kitchen or garden of Stewart's Westchester home and that they do not get to live in a luxurious suite in Trump Tower, the newspaper cited the source as saying.
NBC officials declined to comment to the Post.
NBC's schedule this fall will pit the new "Apprentice" -- hosted by Stewart on Wednesday nights -- against the original, starring Trump, on Thursdays.
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