Netflix down on Christmas Eve
One of the latest updates from Netflix informs us that "We continue to experience increased errors for Elastic Load Balancing API calls in the US-EAST-1 region and continue to work towards resolution." You can follow the updates by viewing the Netflix Twitter page at the sourcelink. It might not be that exciting, but it certainly beats watching a black screen.
Have you guys have had any problem signing on to Netflix tonight? You can let us know by commenting in the box below. By the way, some are reporting that the service is working on PCs.
1. papalenya posted on 24 Dec 2012, 23:46 0
Everything at my household is down and can't play Netflix since early this morning:
Logitech Google TV
Lenovo with Win 7
Motorola Razr Maxx
2. KFear posted on 24 Dec 2012, 23:47 14
Spend some time with your family, give your dog dinner early, turn off your Iphone or Galaxy S3, eat too much food, open presents, tell some stories...
Maybe Netflix just taught us a little something about the holiday...
4. g2a5b0e posted on 24 Dec 2012, 23:59 3
What about those of us who have no family? Sucks for us.
18. AstronautJones posted on 25 Dec 2012, 09:52 0
What if we wanted to watch some Christmas movies on Netflix? You know, asa family?
3. vishu9 posted on 24 Dec 2012, 23:53 0
Was watching Donnie Drako again (awesome movie) and everything was fine about 4 hours ago.. Now my PC shows that the email address I'm using is invalid! I've been using the same ID on Netflix for 6 months now.. Damn!
And the customer service page won't load at all
5. Fallin posted on 25 Dec 2012, 00:03 0
Netflix is working great for me. I'm watching Supercop right now.
14. BadAssAbe posted on 25 Dec 2012, 04:55 0
Christmas family party tonight!
1 Media Player
All on my Asus WiFi Router, Couldn't be prouder of how it held up
21 Down, 2 up
Netflicks was working fine
21. Sdubb3 posted on 25 Dec 2012, 17:18 0
Worked fine on my Xbox 360 last night but EVO 4g and PCs were not.
24. Rayvelynn posted on 26 Dec 2012, 12:55 0
I used Netflix last night & it worked just fine I have a HTC One S & Kindle Fire
26. downphoenix posted on 26 Dec 2012, 20:26 0
Netflix's servers are on Amazon AWS.
Amazon has an instant video competitor to Netflix for its Prime members.
Coincidence or advertisement for Amazon's service?