Married At First Sight UK fans were left disappointed after ongoing issues with Channel 4 meant it was unavailable to stream online on Monday night.

The final week for the remaining couples kicked off Monday evening, with the pairs deciding what the future holds for them following the experiment.

But unfortunately, as part of ongoing technical issues the reality show’s drama was absent from All 4, while it aired live on E4.

The broadcaster apologised for the inconvenience in a tweet ahead of the episode airing, writing: “Tune into E4 at 9pm for the new episode of Married at First Sight UK. Ongoing technical issues mean that it unfortunately won’t be available on All 4.

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“We know you all love #MAFSUK as much as we do, and are working to get back onto All 4 as soon as we can.”

Fans were more than a little disappointed by the news, and took to Twitter to share their frustration as they missed the latest gossip.

“S**t gettin real now. Sod the #PetrolCrisis if MAFS ain’t on, it really is [the] apocalypse,” wrote one.

“I have worked for 13 hours solid don't need my one hour of relax ruined” said another.

MAFS UK fans will have to wait for the show to be on demand

A third missed the memo and asked: “What the hell is going on with All4? I’m missing #MAFSUK live”

While a fourth said: “So my @All4 won't work, and now @E4Tweets +1 won't work, give up trying to catch up on #MAFSUK I'm gonna Cyclone-Cyrell the tv in a minute.”

Channel 4 has had a series of outages over the weekend, with all channels freezing and going off-air on and off.

Viewers were disappointed as they headed to All4 to watch the new episode

Some viewers reported issues with Film4 and More4, while some episodes aren’t available on All4.

Channel 4 and More4 are believed to now be functioning normally.

Channel 5 also had the same problem on Saturday evening, and was believed to have been caused by a fire alert at White City, where independent studios and production companies work and transmit their programmes.

A statement released at the time said: “Due to a recent incident in one of our broadcast centres, we are continuing to experience disruption to some of our services. As a result, you may experience some interruption to our Live TV service on All 4.

“We apologise for this disruption to your All 4 service. Our teams are working hard to restore it as soon as possible.

“The rest of our Catch Up and On Demand service is unaffected.”

Married At First Sight continues Monday to Thursday at 9pm on E4.

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