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E4 has confirmed with the Married At First Sight UK finale will now air.
The channel was forced to pull the final vow renewals on Thursday night, after a repeat of the previous night's episode was broadcast instead.
E4 will now air the final tonight (Friday October 1st) at 9pm on E4.
Spin-off show MAFS Afters will air following the final, at 10pm on E4.
Both programmes will be available to stream on All 4 after broadcast.
The error comes after both Channel 4 and E4 were rocked by a series of technical difficulties, seeing channels and catch-up services being unable to function adequately.
A spokesperson for E4 said: “Following the incident at the weekend, ongoing technical issues have meant that Thursday night’s episode of Married at First Sight UK was a repeat from Wednesday 29th September. We apologise to the fans of the show and have worked hard to get the episode to you this evening at 9pm. We hope that when you finally watch it you can find out whether Amy and Josh, Tayah and Adam and Morag and Luke renew their vows.”
It wasn't just fans of Married At First Sight UK who were left disappointed by the wrong episode being aired.
MAFS star Adam was fuming that the last ep didn't air - especially given the cliffhanger over an 'announcement' he was about to make to partner Tayah Victoria.
"What an absolute s**t show!!!!!" Adam wrote on Instagram as the drama unfolded.
"Shocking this! Good job I cancelled the post I had scheduled for 10:00pm".
A clearly raging Adam went on to suggest he couldn't wait to tell fans his fate, promising: "I will drop all spoilers".
"Bit of an update, heard absolutely nothing from e4/Channel 4, been waiting for this episode for 4 months and this happens and nobody tells us anything, f***ing shocking," he continued.
"Someone from E4 tell me wtf is going on!?"
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