EXCLUSIVE: Jessika Power reacts to final dinner party: 'Stacey is absolutely pathological!'
The final episode of the current season was due to air at 7.30pm tonight, however an unexpected change to Nine’s TV guide has revealed that documentary series Paramedics and a Nine News special on the COVID-19 pandemic have replaced it instead.
MAFS fans will have to wait until 7pm on Sunday to get their final fix of the controversial marriage experiment and find out if any relationships actually survived.
"All 12 couples face the experts for a final time to look back at their time in the experiment, with some explosive revelations," the episode description reads.
MAFS fans will have to wait until Sunday for their final fix of the show.
The schedule change comes after the news that a number of Married At First Sight's most controversial contestants of 2020 have been 'unfollowed' by the show's official Instagram account after they broke contracts and bad-mouthed the program that made them famous.
Was a great night out on Saturday night!! Thanks to @wranglerwesternau and @twistedxaust for helping me look sharp!! The bond we share as participants on the crazy show that is mafs is a strong one and it was nice to just catch up and let our hair down for a night!! Thanks boys!! Thanks to @getrealentertainment_au for the pics!!
'We were sick of the producers being controlling pieces of s**t that warp reality and the truth to suit their own storyline,' he added, after deleted every trace of MAFS' handywork from his account.