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Netflix Crashed trending, A complete story

Netflix Crashed trending, A complete story

Netflix crashed as millions tried to stream the highly anticipated volume two of Stranger Things 4. Plans for Friday night have undoubtedly been affected across the country by the outage, which was delivered to viewers with the dreaded “network error” message.

The second volume of Stranger Things 4 was released at 5 p.m. Monday AEST. Outage detection website DownDetector detected a massive spike just after 5:00 p.m. m. in Australia, with thousands reporting problems with the service.

“Stranger Things 4” has already set the record as the #1 English-language series on the service within its first four weeks of release, as reported by Netflix based on total hours watched. The two episodes of Season 4 Volume 2 clock in at almost four hours of total running time: Episode 8 is 85 minutes long and Episode 9 is 150 minutes long.

Other streaming services have struggled to stay active during extremely high demand. For example, HBO Max suffered interruptions with the season 2 finale of “Euphoria” earlier this year and the final episode of the limited series “Mare of Easttown” in May 2021.

The issue is understood to primarily affect mobile device users. Angry social media users took to Twitter to complain about the outage.

The outage is understood to only affect some users, with dozens of Australians taking to social media to report that they had no problem accessing Netflix’s hit TV series. Previously, it was reported that Netflix in India was briefly down following the re-release of Stranger Things.

Users received an error message telling them that there was a problem connecting to the servers. Devastated fans responded to Netflix’s Twitter account’s announcement about streaming Stranger Things, begging the company to fix the glitch urgently.

As soon as volume 2 was released, enthusiastic viewers found that they couldn’t actually watch it, or even find it, because so many people were busy trying to watch the new installment simultaneously. When trying to stream the new season, viewers were faced with a “Network Error”; obviously this was not well received.

“Netflix is ​​literally down, which is why a lot of people are trying to watch right now,” one response read. Others like an answer that said they were losing their minds as a result of the accident.

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