If you've been itching to know just when The Apprentice 2014 starts on TV this year then wait no more: The Apprentice start date has been confirmed.
It was revealed way back in February of 2014 that the new series - which will be the landmark tenth to have aired - won't be starting until the AUTUMN.
And now we know exactly when it begins with a DOUBLE BILL launch on Tuesday October 14 and Wednesday 15 October.
Lord Sugar tweeted this week: "BREAKING: IT’S BACK! The Apprentice series 10 starts Tue 14 Oct episode1 & Wed 15 Oct episode2, then every Wednesday thereafter, 9pm @BBCOne"
There will also be a special tenth anniversary show airing on Monday night, October 13 on BBC One.
Lord Sugar tweeted: "Warm up for the new series of Apprentice with a 10-year special containing classic moments & characters"
Last year's series ending up hitting highs of more than 6 million viewers on BBC One, proving to be a continued ratings hit despite having been on air for a decade now.
Applications for the latest series closed back in January of this year with filming having taken place over the Spring and Summer.
We'll be at the press launch of The Apprentice in London next week with Lord Sugar, so be sure to check back to the site for a first look at the new series and the candidates.