Disney+ has now launched, and like so many big, highly-anticipated new streaming services / apps, that launch has not gone quite as smooth as executives hoped. In its early hours of launch, Disney+ has experienced multiple glitches - and users are not letting Disney off the hook lightly. Social media has been lighting up with people reporting their Disney+ issues - and taking the screenshots to add some visual proof to the shaming. As stated, "#DisneyPlusDown" is not quite the trending topic that Disney CEO Bob Iger probably hoped for on Disney+ launch day - but here we are.
At the time of writing this Disney has been attacking all the Disney+ glitch issues pretty aggressively, but scroll below to get a sampling of what's been upsetting users so far:
So when does this go away @disneyplus?
Does not bode well for my first use of the app on your first day..happening across multiple platforms.November 12, 2019
If first impressions are anything to judge by, Disney+ may be alienating a lot of customers who were waiting to see if this is truly the "Netflix-killer" it's touted to be.
One mistake on this big a stage, and the Internet will savage you.
This Lion King meme is so perfect we can't take it. Double points for using something that also promotes Disney content!
While we appreciate the humor of this meme, the truth is there are probably techs scrambling all over Disney trying to fix this.
I just wanted to watch #Mandalorian this morning, but nooooo. When @disneyplus shits the bed. Aren't you, like, a billion dollar company or something? Get your shit together! #disney #disneyplus #disneyplusdown #errorcode41 pic.twitter.com/anzQsSsGKY— JD505 (@JDO505) November 12, 2019
You don't get Star Wars fans hyped for something and then totally let them down. It will only result in the ugliest of trollings.
A lot of users simply cannot abide Disney+'s gaslighting clapbacks about its glitches.
If there was one person who was going to wreck Disney+, it would probably be the guy who's always telling you he would.
Disney+ Is now available online. If it's working.
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