Disney+ launched yesterday, to THOUSANDS OF COMPLAINTS. Apparently, there was a whole lot of GLITCHING going on.
The various issues included people not being able to access the service or some of its features. Some people couldn't even sign up . . . or once they did, they couldn't log on.
Some people bought Disney+ online, then couldn't get it to load onto their Smart TVs or the PlayStation app.
Some people clicked on titles, only to find them "unavailable". Others experienced long load times, or the app crashing once a movie or TV episode was exited out of.
By 10:00 A.M., Disney issued a statement saying, quote, "The consumer demand for Disney+ has exceeded our high expectations. We are working to quickly resolve the current user issue. We appreciate your patience."
Another complaint that's come up, that has nothing to do with glitching, is the fact that"The Simpsons"ispresentedin the wrong aspect ratio . . . which means that some of the sight gags are CUT OFF.