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The Undateables fans furious as Channel 4 inexplicably cut the episode

The show is usually on for an hour, but last night was cut in half

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The Undateables left fans wanting more last night as Channel 4 cut the last episode of the series in half.

The moving dating show, which follows extraordinary singletons looking for love, usually lasts for an hour.

But the 60 minutes viewers were expecting on Thursday night (April 9) was inexplicably cut down to just 30 minutes.

Michael was the subject of last night’s The Undateables (Credit: Channel 4)

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Where was the other half of The Undateables?

Fans weren’t impressed and wanted answers as to why it was ‘so short’.

Others have begged Channel 4 to show them ‘the rest of the episode’.

Ent Daily has contacted Channel 4 for comment.

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Last night we met Michael, a 21-year-old fine art student who has cerebral palsy, and had never been on a date.

“I am willing to do whatever it takes to find love,” he confessed.

He was set up on a date with Olivia and fans were immediately besotted with the duo.

“You can’t leave us hanging there,” said one, ” we need an update on Michael and Olivia.”

Several more added: “Michael and Olivia are too cute.”

Michael had a lot in common with his date (Credit: Channel 4)

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Meanwhile, 29-year-old Zena, who describes herself as “first and foremost a showgirl”, was also on the hunt for love.

She expressed her desire to be like her grandma and grandad who had been married for 50 years: “I want to grow old together, that’s what I want,” she said.

Zena was set up with 24-year-old Phillip.

Sadly for Zena she decided Phillip wasn’t quite the man for her. He brushed away his disappointment by saying: “At least I’ve made a new friend out of it.”

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