A Netflix crash sparked worldwide panic as the international streaming giant temporarily went offline – and the internet was thrown into chaos.
Affected Netflix subscribers were suddenly left with nothing to do and a great big void in their evening plans as they stared blankly at the screens. The website Down Detector reported a spike in Netflix problems, while users flocked to Twitter to complain.
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What was happening?? They wondered. What now? How could Netflix have forsaken its biggest fans?
It was a lot to deal with.
— The Ameenha Lee (@AmeenhaLee) June 20, 2019
Why is #NetflixDown ?????
I… need… my…. #netflix.. please…
I'm like a junkie on withdrawal. pic.twitter.com/VMbD5uBCN1
— Rama's Screen (@RamasScreen) June 20, 2019
When your in the middle of Murder Mystery and Netflix crashed pic.twitter.com/AgMpRCF7hy
— Morgan (@Morgan_brooke_1) June 21, 2019
— Charlene (@CupCakeComments) June 20, 2019
Some felt personally attacked…
What are you saying, Netflix? That I should sleep? Huh? Huh??? pic.twitter.com/WsgZ60ORmz
— Fien Leysen (@Twinklybird) June 20, 2019
WHY IS NETFLIX DOWN? WHAT AM I SUPPOSED TO DO? GO OUT? SEE PEOPLE?
— dina (@calmeddownlover) June 20, 2019
Okay so Netflix is down??♀️ what am I suppose to do in this world now??? Go out talk to people ??? ??♀️
— simran grewal (@simran_grewal4) June 21, 2019
But Netflix seems to be back up and running – so it’s time to chill.