Anna's character Julia is the series protagonist, a working mum who realises her organisation skills haven't a path on the "Alpha mums".
Lucy Punch's character Amanda is the glamorous leader and Queen Bee of the “Alpha mums” and puts Julia down at every given opportunity.
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The six-part comedy is all about the trials and traumas of middle-class mums and navigates the competitive and chaotic sides of being a parent– rather than any "front" a mum puts on in public.
It goes up against the news on BBC One and ITV and documentary Finding Me a Family on Channel 4.
In both 20, over 6 million watched the opening episodes.
Last night's launch viewing figures are in fact the lowest ever since the show moved to BBC One from BBC Two a decade ago in 2007.
She said: “I actually have a wonky nose, despite paying a lot of money for a nose job…
It made it worse.”The Apprentice starts tonight at 9pm on BBC One and new episodes will be available on BBC i Player shortly after broadcast.If you miss the broadcast you can catch up on BBC i Player.As well as starring Bafta award-winning actress Anna Maxwell Martin as Julia, the show also stars Lucy Punch, Diane Morgan, Paul Ready and Philippa Dunne as fellow parents.Karren laughed: “Oh no, I think he’s going to be fine on that front. However, The Apprentice final was pushed back by 15 minutes as the live show faced several technical and timing errors.Michaela is a construction business owner from Bolton who believes her easy-going, positive attitude will impress Lord Alan Sugar in the boardroom.“My game plan would be just to be myself,” she added.