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Default Full Details - The Apprentice 2017 start date revealed for October 2017

The Apprentice 2017 start date on TV has been revealed for October this year by boss Lord Sugar.
The BBC One reality series previously aired in the spring but in recent years its return to TV been pushed back to the autumn.
That's the case again this year with the show back later this autumn.

When does The Apprentice start?


Taking to Twitter recently, Lord Sugar confirmed that The Apprentice 2017 would be back on TV from October this year.
"Will be great series 13," Lord Sugar added.


A precise launch date hasn't yet been announced for the show which had typically aired on Wednesdays but last year moved to a new Thursday slot, starting on October 6.

The show usually runs until December time with a final around Christmas.

The Apprentice 2017 will be the thirteenth series to air with filming having taken place earlier in the year as Lord Sugar, Claude Littner and Karren Brady all returned to the boardroom.

It was Alana Spencer who won The Apprentice 2016 last year, securing a 250,000 investment for her bakery business.
Since the final in December she's been hard at work putting her business plan into action with Lord Sugar's help.
And while there may no longer be TV cameras following her every move, she's still regularly facing showdowns with Lord Sugar in his boardroom.

"He’s definitely not a complete teddy bear," Alana admitted. "He doesn’t like waffling, that’s the one thing’s learnt. He just wants you to get the point.
Alana Spencer

"There have been a few times in board meetings after the Apprentice, where he just said: ‘Right get to the point, what are we doing?’"

The young baker admitted she actually liked Lord Sugar's no nonsense attitude.
"It takes a bit of getting used to at first, you don’t meet many people like Lord Sugar," she explained. "Once you’re used to it, it’s great because you know where you stand."

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