Here's the lowdown on the big final and the finalists.
When is The Apprentice 2018 final?
The big final will air on BBC One on Sunday, December 16 at 9 pm.
Between now and then, we will watch the dreaded interview round with the five finalists on Wednesday, December 12 at 9 pm.
Then, we will watch the installment entitled Why I Fired Them, which sees Lord Sugar reflect back on the candidates who were eliminated on Thursday, December 13.
The final episode will involve the finalists pitch their business ideas to Lord Sugar in a room full of industry experts.
Which candidates have made it all the way?
Currently, the candidates are down to five hopefuls after weeks of eliminations.
Here are the final five that will be scolded by business experts during the interviews.
The 25-year-old is a swimwear brand owner from Leeds often works with celebrities and celebrity stylists.
Sian says her role model is the iconic Coco Chanel who "came from nothing and worked her way to the top".
Khadija, 28, is known for her fierce and feisty attitude in the boardroom.
Lord Sugar often told her off for being aggressive but she has insisted that she is simply passionate.
The Lincolnshire native runs an Eco Cleaning Company names Opal & Pearl Ltd. since 2015.
The 22-year-old owns MyTennisEvents and is from Middlesex.
She also works as an event coordinator for David Lloyd Leisure.
Sabrina has often been involved in some disagreements with fellow hopefuls who have branded her as "difficult to work with".
The Lancashire native is the proud owner of the nut milk bran M+LKPLUS.
Camilla, 22, has climbed her way to the finals, often taking on marketing roles and sales pitches in the tasks.
Daniel, 28, is a lifestyle brand owner and likens himself to The Wolf of Wall Street's main character.
Right before the series began, The Sun Online had exclusively revealed that he was previously caught by the police with a drug stash in his car boot.
He admitted intent to supply cannabis and served 150 hours of community service as punishment.
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