HULU is back after thousands of users reported problems with the streaming service.
Problem reports flooded Downdetector in the US for a few hours as users couldn’t get to the site.
It’s unknown what caused the issue — whether it was an issue with Hulu or whether it was due to the devices people were trying to access it with.
Downdetector stated that most of the problems were with video streaming.
Others have reported issues with the Hulu app.
In its heyday, Downdetector logged over 6,000 reports of problems with Hulu.
People took to Twitter to voice their grievances.
One user wrote, “Currently I’m sitting on the couch in dead silence because Hulu is down and my fixation show isn’t available”.
Another said: “@hulu_support your service has been down for quite some time. I’m not a happy customer!!!”
While another tweeted: “So I feel like Hulu is down because all of a sudden I’m stuck at all. Not on my Roku or Fire TV or phone…”
Hulu’s support account hasn’t tweeted yet.
The Hulu contact page showed a 503 error message.
What is a 503 error?
If you try to click on a website but get a 503 Service Unavailable response, it means there is a server error response.
It’s a code that indicates that the server is currently unable to process your request, so the website you are trying to view is currently unavailable.
This can be due to a website being unavailable due to maintenance issues.
It could also mean that too many people are trying to go to the site at the same time.
Server simply means a computer that provides access to an online resource or network.
All websites rely on servers that people can connect to them by entering their addresses.
Sometimes server errors can be resolved by reloading the website, clearing your browser cache, or simply being patient and returning to the website later in the day.
https://www.the-sun.com/tech/5611383/hulu-account-down-2022-update/ The Hulu outage frustrated THOUSANDS of users after problems with the streaming service were reported