Disney+ IS BACK: Site stopped working for over an hour for users worldwide

Disney+ IS BACK ONLINE: A website crash that lasted for more than an hour left thousands of users around the world unable to stream movies or programs.

  • According to DownDetector, the problems started around 16:56 Moscow time.
  • The issue was fixed just over an hour after the shutdown began.
  • The website suffered the most during the outage, while some users had issues with streaming and the app.

Disney+ is back online after more than an hour of outage that has affected users around the world.

According to DownDetector, the problems started around 16:56 Moscow time, but reappeared on the network around

The issue was with the Disney+ website, while the mobile and TV apps appeared to be unaffected.

A spokesperson for Disney+ told MailOnline via email: “We have identified and resolved an issue that temporarily impacted Disney+ on some platforms. We apologize for the inconvenience caused. ‘

Disney+ is back online after more than an hour of outage that has affected users around the world.

DownDetector, a website that monitors network outages, has shown that thousands of users have been affected.

Including in the UK, USA, China and South America.

Many frustrated users took to Twitter to discuss the crash this afternoon.

Many frustrated users took to Twitter to discuss the crash this afternoon.

In 69% of these messages, they had problems with the website, 22% with video streaming, and 9% with the app.

Many frustrated users took to Twitter to discuss the glitch.

One user wrote: “Hi DisneyPlus, I’m having problems with the site. Writes “403 Forbidden” and I can not open the site normally. Server down?

Another added: “Disneyplus doesn’t seem to be working. Receiving 403 is forbidden.

And one wrote: “I wanted to catch up on Disney + everything, but it fell.”

WHAT VIDEO STREAMING OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE FOR UK CUSTOMERS?

Netflix

Price: from £6.99 per month

Hit shows:

Amazon Prime

Price: £7.99 per month OR £79 per year

Hit shows:

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  • boys

Apple TV+

Price: £4.99 per month

hit show:

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  • For all mankind

Disney+

Price: £7.99 per month OR £79.90 per year

hit show:

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  • The Simpsons

NOW TV

Price: from £9.99 per month

Hit shows:

  • Game of Thrones
  • Chernobyl

hayu

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Hit shows:

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  • Made in Chelsea

Britbox

Price: £5.99 per month

Hit shows:

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  • Midsomer murders

Prices are current as of July 2022.