As Conservative MPs gather together to potentially oust their leader, there is one important thing to ask.
Fans are worried as it was announced Emmerdale and Corrie may be cancelled for the vote, while The Apprentice may also be affected, as a tweet from Lord Sugar himself confirmed.
Politicians will be casting their votes between 6pm and 8pm, meaning the results will be due at around 9pm, which may spell trouble for the evening’s viewing as they snuggle up on their sofas to watch their favourite shows.
But reps for The Apprentice have confirmed what will happen with the show – which is the real question that needs answering.
A rep for the show said: "There’s a chance the programme could run over which will of course have a knock on effect, meaning The Apprentice could start later than advertised."
BBC One will now be showing a last-minute news special, due to air between 7.30pm and 9pm, assuming all the votes have been counted and come through by that time.
So viewers will have to wait a little longer before they find out who will ve keaving the process after the dreaded interviews.
Daniel Elahi seems to be the most likely winner, having impressed on a number of tasks and really being brought back into the boardroom.
He will be facing fashionista Sian Gabbidon, who owns a swimwear brand, Camilla Ainsworth who runs a nut milk business, and Sabrina Stocker, who runs a tennis events company.
The latter has been in the bottom a number of times, along with Khadija Kalifa, whose passion has been regularly mistaken for aggression as she tells her teammates who is boss.
Sian and Camilla have also been successful on a regular basis, though Camilla was almost shoved off the show when she went head to head to Jackie Fast and Khadija after the extremely awkward shopping channel task, which saw tree surgeon Tom Bunday fired instantly.
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