November Return For Young Apprentice
The Young Apprentice will return to our screens on November 1st, after a period of uncertainty which left fans unsure if they would get to see Lord Sugar dispensing his well known quips and put downs to a new group of aspiring teenage entrepreneurs.
The peer revealed the news on Twitter on Wednesday evening, with a statement revealing when and where the reality show would air, followed by the promise that there would be a “great line up of characters and tasks.”
Karen Brady, the former managing director of Birmingham City Football Club and Nick Hewer who spent 21 years in senior management at Sir Alan’s company Armstrad will be returning to the show to help the peer decide upon a winner for the £25,000 prize.
Formerly known as the Junior Apprentice, the show’s third season will have an similar format to the previous two series, with industrious youngsters competing in tasks similar to those on the main show to determine who will be awarded the title of Young Apprentice and earn the seed capital to kick-start their business future.