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Channel 4 apologises to angry MAFS UK fans as it continues to have streaming issues

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Channel 4 has apologised to angry Married At First Sight UK fans as the channel continues to have streaming issues.

The broadcaster said that they are “working hard” to solve the issue and that viewers can expect “further updates tomorrow” on the problem.

The channel has been suffering from technical issues for several days now, meaning that some shows have not been broadcasting correctly and viewers are having issues accessing the channel’s streaming services.

The issues have meant eager fans have missed out on a key episode of Married At First Sight UK, which sees the remaining couples take part in the latest vow renewal ceremony on the show.

One fan tweeted: “FFS it's the bloody vow renewal ceremonies on #MAFSUK as well, only the culmination of weeks of watching, Sort it out @Channel4”.

Some viewers have been able to access programs, but without accessibility options such as subtitles, meaning they haven’t been able to watch the show properly.

One viewer complained: “Hopefully you’ll fix all the subtitles for all the programmes missed! MAFS, SAD, First Dates and Bake Off! Missed out so much!”.

Another added: “Can’t even watch on Sky Go now… you do realise most of your MAFS audience is young and will be using iPads, streaming sticks etc.”

In response to the issues, Channel 4 wrote on Twitter: “We're sorry for the ongoing problems for some viewers, especially with accessible versions of our shows. We're working hard to resolve it and will hopefully have further updates tomorrow”.

It seems like MAFS UK fans are in for a dramatic last few episodes of the show with tonight’s (30th September) episode revealing whether the remaining couples decided to renew their vows in the final commitment ceremony.

A teaser released ahead of the episode shows Tayah Victoria sobbing in front of partner Adam Aveling as he admits he has been feeling like “something was missing”.

During the video, the voiceover teases a "bombshell is dropped" as a nervous Adam, 26, says: "Recently I started to feel something was missing.

"It's been eating away at me and I didn't know the right time to bring it up. That moment is today."

Elsewhere during the spoiler video, Luke Dawson tells partner Morag Crichton: "I've been hurt in my past… and I just don't want that again."

While Morag admits: "I signed up for this wanting a readymade man… not a project. Luke…"

Married At First Sight UK runs Monday to Thursday nights at 9pm on E4. Catch up on the series so far on All 4.

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