Netflix seems to be down for some users, according to a number of complaints on Twitter and other social networks. The Down Detector website also registered over a thousand complaints, and Netflix confirmed the outage on its own website.

“We are currently experiencing streaming issues on all devices,” reads the Netflix support site.

Netflix says it is working to resolve the issue, with the service offering apologies for any inconvenience.

Update: The fault is now resolved.

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