The Apprentice new series start date 2023

When is The Apprentice 2023 on and how can I watch it? The Apprentice Series 17 will begin on BBC One January 2023.

The Apprentice spoilers will be everywhere before too long and after an impressive period on our screens more candidates than ever are fancying their chances with a slot on the show.

Lord Alan Sugar’s search for a new business partner continues next year with The Apprentice 2023 candidates returning to Lord Alan Sugar’s boardroom.

They’ll be hoping to impress Sugar, and his trusted advisors and bag a £250,000 investment for their business.

The Apprentice is on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Thursday nights at 9pm, until the final, where one of the candidates will be crowned this year’s winner.

At the end of the episode, at least one of the candidates will be fired from the boardroom – but who will it be?

Alan Sugar told us He said: “First of all, I publicly stated that I really wanted to make it to 20 years. So this one is 16 and I’ve got four more to do to achieve that goal.”

He added: “I’m not going nowhere, and the programme’s going nowhere. Please enjoy this current season, which I’m sure you will, but I can assure you there’s going to be a lot more. While I’ve got health and strength in my body, I will carry on!”

16 candidates will be showing off their business skills this winter.

What is the prize for winning The Apprentice?

As in previous years, the show’s winning contestant will bag a £250,000 business investment from Lord Sugar.

Not only will the winner receive a huge cash injection for their business, Lord Sugar will also be on hand to guide them along the way and make their business into a real-life success!

Author Profile

Mark Boardman
Mark Boardman
Mark Boardman is an established showbiz journalist and freelance copywriter whose work has been published in Business Insider, Daily Mail, Bloomberg, MTV, Buzzfeed and The New York Post amongst other press. Often spotted on the red carpet at celebrity events and film screenings, Mark is a regular guest on BBC Radio London and in-demand for his opinions for media outlets including Newsweek. His TV credits include This Morning, The One Show and T4. Email

Leave a Reply