Netflix suffered a service outage on the evening of Nov. 10, at around 7:30 p.m. EST, when the website of the streaming service went down.
With Netflix's website down, users dependent on the streaming service for their nightly fix of shows took to Twitter to express a wide range of emotions, from panic to sadness to rage and everything in between.
NETFLIX IS DOWN HOW WILL I CONTINUE TO AGGRESSIVELY PROCRASTINATE
— katie (@vtekmonstah) November 11, 2015
Netflix is down, and I'm about to have a toddler-level tantrum because I WANT TO WATCH JANE THE VIRGIN — Lauren Morrill (@LaurenEMorrill) November 11, 2015
Netflix is down and I want to explode and die bc i ate too much too quickly — Christmas Grace (@GraceSpelman) November 11, 2015
Netflix is down and I honestly don't know what to do with my life — graham kracker (@gdkstormy) November 11, 2015
Netflix is down?! Well, I guess we have to skip right to the #chill. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
— Howard Pinsky (@IceflowStudios) November 11, 2015
Not much information was revealed regarding the glitch, except for the fact that the Netflix website was bare. There were movies displayed though, and users could still watch the content despite the failure of the website. "We're currently experiencing a technical issue. While we get things back to normal, some features aren't available - but you can play select titles on this page," the website said at the top of the page. Netflix, through a tweet, confirmed the service outage and streaming issues on certain devices, and that the company is already working towards a solution.
Hi all - we are aware of streaming issues on some devices & we are working quickly to solve them. We will update you when they are resolved. — Netflix CS (@Netflixhelps) November 11, 2015
About an hour later, Netflix said that it has resolved all the issues, and subscribers could finally continue with their Netflix and chill activities.
The streaming issues we reported earlier have now been resolved. Thank you for your patience, and as always, happy streaming! — Netflix CS (@Netflixhelps) November 11, 2015