The Apprentice 2015 start date has been pushed back again this year with the eleventh series not beginning until Autumn once more.
The BBC One reality series usually begins the spring but the new series - much like last year's - now won’t begin on TV until much later in the year.
Mark Wright won the tenth series of the show back in December of last year, winning a £250,000 investment from Lord Sugar into his digital advertising business.
Applications for the eleventh series were open even as the previous run was on air but have now closed, with filming set to begin later on in the Spring.
Last year's run was delayed due to the 2014 summer World Cup while the General Election in May will force the postponing of this year's show.
This year's eleventh series of The Apprentice UK will see some changes with Nick Hewer having stepped down as Lord Sugar's aid.
Nick has been Lord Sugar's right hand man for the past ten years but announced last month that he wouldn't be leaving, saying: “I shall continue to enjoy the show from my armchair, marvelling at the candidates’ self-esteem, at the sky-high production values of the producers and at the extraordinary talent of my old friend Alan Sugar.”
It's now been confirmed that Nick has been replaced by Claude Littner, who will join Karren Brady on the tasks.
Also leaving is You're Fired host Dara Ó Briain, with a replacement a for him to be confirmed in due course.