The Apprentice 2017 final start time: Winner revealed tonight!

The Apprentice 2017 final date and time tonight

The Apprentice 2017 is drawing to a close but just when is the final tonight? Here’s all you need to know!


After eleven weeks, the latest series of The Apprentice will be over by the end of the year with the winner crowned this evening (Sunday December 17).

What time is The Apprentice 2017 final?

The Apprentice 2017 final will air on TV tonight, on Sunday December 17, at 9PM, on BBC One.

The one hour show will see the final task and the winner crowned by Lord Sugar with the result being kept tightly under wraps.

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Then at 10PM on BBC One, spin-off You’re Hired airs as host Rhod Gilbert is joined by the winner, the runner-up and Lord Sugar himself, plus all the other candidates from the series, for a look back at the show.

Which of The Apprentice 2017 candidates are left?

After the dreaded interviews rounds, here the two remaining candidates are Sarah Lynn, a 35-year-old Business owner, Confectionery Company from London and James White, a 26-year-old Business owner, Recruitment Firm from Birmingham.

They’re the two contestants left standing after the interviews where three were fired:


Elizabeth McKenna – 39-year-old Business owner, Florist Chain from Nottinghamshire
Joanna Jarjue – 23-year-old Digital Marketing Manager from Manchester
Michaela Wain – 33-year-old Business Owner, Construction from Bolton

What is the final task?

As in past years, left going head to head for Lord Sugar’s £250,000 investment, the two finalists of The Apprentice launch their business plans.

They must create a brand and unveil their campaign, in front of a packed audience full of industry experts and Lord Sugar himself.

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Usually, some of the fired candidates return to help out as the final two prepare to pitch their business plans in all their glory.


It’s then back to the boardroom for the final time where business plans are evaluated and ad campaigns assessed, but there can only be one winner…

After twelve weeks, Lord Sugar’s search for a business partner is complete.

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