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Netflix ran into some serious issues with its livestream of the “Love Is Blind” reunion episode. We always knew a livestream would be messy, like a reality show reunion — but after a 75-minute delay, Netflix pulled the plug on the live show.
“Sorry for being late. We are no longer alive, but we are now finally here! Lachey said when the show finally aired.
Netflix addressed the failure on Twitter.
“We’re very sorry that the Love Is Blind live reunion didn’t happen as planned. We’re filming it right now and we’ll have it on Netflix as soon as humanly possible,” the streamer said.
Per Down Detector, more than 10,000 users reported errors accessing Netflix by 8 PM ET, the time the reunion aired. Netflix did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but LiveStream displayed an error message: “There is a problem with LiveStream. Stay tight! We are trying to fix it as soon as possible.”
First, Netflix He tweeted that To tell users that the stream will be delayed by fifteen minutes. But the problems were not solved so quickly.
It’s an inauspicious start for the streaming network’s live entertainment. The “Love Is Blind” reunion is Netflix’s second livestream, which appears to be a great way to boost its reputation as a destination for live events — 30 million households According to Netflix’s internal viewing figures, I watched the first season of the show. But after tonight’s delay and cancellation, he was frustrated when “Love Is Blind” fans felt Guam had to go to Seattle.
Naturally, even Blockbuster has a Twitter account, and fans have taken to the internet to make nasty comments.
Blockbuster tweeted at Netflix, “Remember renting vhs’ from us. You can start it on time, no problem… this is what we get.
As for Netflix’s future livestream plans, the streamer snagged streaming rights to the Screen Actors Guild Awards starting next year.