Fans have been eagerly awaiting the ‘Game of Thrones’ prequel premiere “Dragon House” Sunday evening — but some viewers were having a furious night when the long-awaited 10-episode series was discontinued after months of hype.
Too many fans were trying to stream the show simultaneously – this HBO Max Actually crashed. This resulted in thousands of users not being able to watch the first episode.
Several subscribers reportedly fell victim to the launcher’s app fading, with location service outage bottom detector We reported about 3,000 power outages between 8:40 PM and 9:25 PM. EDT.
As usual, they turned to social media only to express their frustration about technical issues – and soon discovered that others were also experiencing problems: “The site crashed… Tweet embed,” One Spread The company’s Twitter account.
Broadcast service afterwards replied: “Hi Leah, we are aware that some users may be experiencing issues at this time. Please try closing the app and restarting to see if this helps. Reach out to others right away if you’re still having trouble. Thanks!”
“Dragon House” Happening 200 years Before the events of “Game of Thrones” and tells the story of House Targaryen.
Paddy Considine, Matt Smith, Olivia Cooke, Emma Darcy, Steve Toussaint, Rhys Evan, and Millie Alcock star in the fantasy drama.
“Imagine you are literally paying for hbo max until you crash ASAP [‘House of the Dragon’] My dad is coming out on the verge of collapse,” another model written.
disappointed fan whine: “I’m literally about to lose it to this hbo max malfunction.”
One person pointed“About 25 minutes to try to watch #HouseoftheDragon Only to crash HBO Max over and over again after showing me the promo about all the “flagship new originals” they’re coming in. Not really a great sales promotion.”
fan added a me me Patrick Star of SpongeBob Squarepants doing a yoga pose while tweeting: “I mentally prepare myself because I know HBO Max is going to crash within the first 15 minutes.”
Others simply threatened to cancel their subscription due to the outage. “Get rid of HBO Max. This meltdown is just too much,” one knock in.