Married At First Sight UK star Adam Aveling was highly unimpressed by E4’s flub of the finale episode, branding the whole situation a ‘s**t show’.
Viewers nestled into their sofas on Thursday night hoping to watch the finale episode of MAFS UK, where they’d find out if Joshua Christie and Amy Christophers, Morag Crichton and Luke Dawson, and Adam and Tayah Victoria decided to stay together in their marriage renewal.
However, Channel 4 and its associated channels have continued to experience technical issues throughout the week following a fire alarm at the studios on Sunday, meaning last night’s episode of the reality series didn’t air.
Reacting to the chaos, Adam wrote in his Instagram stories: ‘What an absolute s**t show!!!!!’
In now deleted posts, he’s also said to have written: ‘Shocking this! Good job I cancelled the post I had scheduled for 10:00pm.
‘I will drop all spoilers.’
He later reportedly added: ‘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.
‘Someone from e4 tell me wtf is going on!?’
Meanwhile, Josh had a good time poking fun at the blunder and reposted all the memes and jokes after his image became frozen on screens for around 10 minutes.
A number of viewers took to Twitter after noticing the broadcaster was playing a repeat of Wednesday night’s penultimate instalment, instead of the scheduled finale episode.
A message later appeared on E4’s official Twitter account and addressed the incident, stating: ‘We’re aware it’s yesterday’s episode of #MAFSUK playing out this evening and apologise.
‘It’s all down to our ongoing tech issues which we’re working hard on. We’ll update here as soon as we know more and when you’ll be able to see the final episode of MAFS UK.’
There’s currently no update on when the finale episode will be made available for viewers, with a message under the last episode on Channel 4’s All 4 streaming service stating: ‘Episode 20 is coming soon.’
Credit: Original article published here.