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When does Married At First Sight UK end?

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It’s nearly time to split up from our fave reality show (Picture: E4)

Married At First Sight UK’s sixth series has been a rollercoaster to say the least, thanks to it’s Australian-style makeover.

From stunning weddings to the Alexis and Jordon fiasco and Megan and Bob’s cheating bombshell, there have been more than a few jaw-dropping moments.

It’s been tough for the surviving couples, too, with Morag relentlessly criticising Luke’s manliness, Amy and Josh bickering – and who could ever forget Dan’s all-consuming, deal-breaking quest to convince Leeds lad Matt to move to Northern Ireland?

Of course, it’s been smooth sailing for golden couple Adam and Tayah – aside from a slight tiff over Adam’s taste in coffee tables.

Now the show is coming to an end, as the remaining couples renew their vows in a final commitment ceremony – where they’ll either end their marriages, or continue on in the real world.

So when does the show finally end, and when can you watch the last episode?

When does Married At First Sight UK finish?

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This explosive series ends on Monday (Picture: Channel 4)

Series six of MAFS UK is due to end soon: Monday, October 4, 2021.

In the finale, we’ll see dating experts Mel Schilling, Paul C Brunson, and Charlene Douglas welcome back the contestants for a review.

There may also be appearances from contestants we’ve seen leave the experiment, including Nikita, Jordon, Alexis, and Ant.

Tonight’s episode will reveal Josh’s decision about his marriage to Amy – as well as Morag, Luke, Adam, and Tayah’s final take on their romances.

We saw Franky, Marilyse, Dan, and Matt’s decisions in the episodes aired Wednesday, September 29.

If you’re worried about getting your MAFS fix, episodes from series one to five are currently on All4.

And series seven of the explosive Married At First Sight Australia is back very soon.

Married At First Sight UK continues tonight on Channel 4 at 9pm.

Credit: Original article published here.

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