The Apprentice is back for another season and already fans are excited to see who might become Lord Sugar’s next business partner.
Many people have clearly missed the reality show after its two-year hiatus due to the covid pandemic and fans are also keen to know what’s going on behind the camera.
The BBC went into several behind-the-scenes details, explaining that Lord Sugar’s meeting room is actually not his meeting room at all.
Apparently, in order to fit 23 people around a table, plus all the cameras and crew, the show’s director has to work from a gallery, so it’s not possible to film from the real room. Lord Sugar’s lecture.
Karren Brady, an assistant at Lord Sugar, also revealed that there was a dry run of each task before candidates got involved to ensure “you can go out and buy these items and how much you should get them. get”.
And it was revealed that before the first task even begins, most people have to film a “fired” and “hired” scene?
Another of Lord Sugar’s most trusted assistants, who is currently recovering at home after an accident, said in a tweet that each contestant was filming their scene after the shooting in advance.
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Claude Littner said: “All shots are taken before the show starts. They are wrapped in ‘continuity’ so as not to show that the clothes are not those worn during the shot.”
So the next time you watch the episode, you’ll start to notice that they’re wearing a headscarf so their clothes don’t differ.
The BBC said that “for logistical filming purposes, the shots of the candidates entering their taxis are all filmed before the candidates’ final meeting rooms. However, their exit interviews in the taxi are filmed after they have everyone was fired.”
But it doesn’t stop there – each of the finalists can record their winning scene.
According to the BBC itself, “Lord Sugar decides the winner based on the final task, the conference room and his overall performance throughout the series.
“He makes his decision on the day of the last board meeting. As there is a time lag between filming and transmission (to allow time for editing), steps are taken to ensure that the result remains secrecy from viewers prior to transmission.
“Two endings are filmed to ensure that the winner is not revealed beforehand. Lord Sugar does not reveal to the production team and the finalists the identity of his new business partner until the day before the broadcast of the final program.