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Disney+ users reported difficulties accessing the streaming service on Tuesday evening, according to tech tracking site Downdetector.com.
But a source close to the situation tells The Hollywood Reporter that Disney+ had no known technical issues on Tuesday.
Downdetector, a site that tracks technical disruptions and outages of major online services, showed 2,070 reports of problems at 9:48 p.m PT, and the tracking company’s heat map for Disney+ showed a disruption all over North America with a concentration on the West Coast. There were also problems reported in Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand, the only other countries so far where Disney+ is available.
At 11:15 p.m. PT, Downdetector reported only 44 reports, and Disney+ appeared to be back working as normal.
Disney+ infamously had tech issues on launch day last month. Following the problems, Disney released a statement that overwhelming consumer demand for Disney+ had caused the tech problems.
Dec. 3, 11:15 p.m. Updated with latest information from Downdetector.
Dec. 4, 6:52 a.m. Updated with more information about the Disney+ technical situation.
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