Disney+ experiences problems on streaming service Launching Afternoon

26Nov - by bi - 0 - In Top Stories

You’re never going to believe this: Disney’s plan to launch a new streaming service on a lot of different platforms and carriers alongside a lot of highly expected content all at precisely the same time is not going entirely smoothly.

Disney+ went live in the early hours of Tuesday morning and some users have obtained to societal media to report problems launch the app and a variety of error displays (we could get the app working after re-starting it a couple of days ).

As The Verge pointed out, one error display rather fittingly features characters from Wreck-It Ralph two: Ralph Breaks the Web .

Downdetector.com revealed a peak of 7,600 users experiencing problems with the site early this afternoon.

Clients complained of a variety of problems, from logging in, to establishing their profiles, to certain content being absent in the stage, to reveals not loading, to long wait times for customer services.

A Disney+ spokesperson place a positive spin on the problems:”The consumer demand for Disney+ has surpassed our highest expectations. While we are pleased by this reply that is unbelievable, we are working to solve them and are aware of the user issues\. We appreciate your patience”

Here are a few sample responses:

The accounts aren’t completely unlike when HBO’s streaming service crashed when rolling out the season 7 premiere of Game of Thrones.

Disney+ is starting with about 500 films and 7,500 TV episodes, including the premiere of the new live-action Star Wars original show The Mandalorian. The service costs $6. 99 a month.

Related content:

  • Overview: The Mandalorian wants to function as family-friendly ultraviolent Star Wars
  • Everything you need to understand Disney+ series Encore! from co-creator Kristen Bell
  • Avengers: Endgame will soon be streaming on Disney+ as soon as it starts