The Apprentice launches with major format change – and fans are not impressed | The Sun

THE Apprentice returned to BBC One last night – but fans aren't impressed after they noticed one big change.

The hit series sees 18 hopefuls compete to become Alan Sugar's newest apprentice.

The business tycoon is aided in his search by Karren Brady and Claude Littner.

As the new contestants were given their first task of selling and running tours in the Caribbean, fans noticed one major change.

Instead of the two teams having individual names like previous series, they were simply referred to as the 'Boys' Team' and 'Girls' Team'.

Taking to social media, one fan said: "That was a good episode but what happened to the team names?"

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Another said: "Wait have they scrapped the cring team names?"

"Why no team names yet," questioned a third viewer.

While a fourth said: "What are their team names?!"

Meanwhile, fans were left gutted last night as the famous Bridge Café wasn’t featured.

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The greasy spoon – where the candidates are sent to discuss their tricky tasks following a long, hard day of work – is a much-loved part of the show.

The first episode also saw one candidate be fired by Lord Sugar.

The Apprentice airs on BBC One and iPlayer.

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