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Entertainment 'Well, who WON?!' Channel Seven viewers are left outraged as The Chase is abruptly cut short mid-question for a news bulletin about the bushfires

00:57  06 december  2019
00:57  06 december  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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The show abruptly ended half-way through the Final Chase round, meaning that fans didn't get to see the result of the hour-long broadcast.

A one-man team was facing off against 'super nerd' Issa Schultz to win $18,000, but the screen went blank as host Andrew O'Keefe asked a question about the 1975 Tasman Bridge disaster.

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The Melbourne broadcast led with a story about a fatal car crash, while the Sydney edition opened with an update on the NSW bushfires.

Several viewers expressed their outrage on Twitter, with one writing: 'Just spent an hour watching The Chase Australia, to have it cut off during the final chase for the 6 o'clock news! Thanks a lot.'

Another tweeted: 'What the hell? I was watching The Chase only for it to be cut off by the news. I want to see the end result.'

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This transition to the new operations in Sydney has reportedly caused issues for Seven's programming in the past, with other shows ending prematurely.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Channel Seven for comment.

Last month, Seven halted production of The Chase for the remainder of the year in order for host Andrew, 48, to 'focus on his mental health'.

While the network did not comment specifically on Andrew's condition, a spokesperson confirmed that taking time off would allow him to focus on his other pursuits.

'The rescheduling will allow Andrew time to finish the run of his Johnny O'Keefe [stage] shows, without the added pressure of records for The Chase,' they said. 'We look forward to having him back in the studio filming The Chase in January.'

Andrew is under contract with Seven until the end of 2020.

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