Anyone else having issues accessing the content you purchased on Amazon Instant Video? (on roku or on a browser)
— Janna (@worddroppings) March 30, 2013
— Exapno Mapcase (@posterbuddy) March 30, 2013
Are you home this Friday night, cuddled up in bed with your laptop, just about to watch a favorite movie or TV series on Amazon.com’s Instant Video download service?
Well, join the bummed-out club.
So apparently I’m not the only one who can’t get Amazon Instant Video to work?
— Kristi (@bohobear) March 30, 2013
Amazon Instant video is broken 🙁 I can’t have my 24 marathon now.
— Austin Tyler (@austintyler123) March 30, 2013
Oh. It’s not just me. Amazon Instant Streaming videos are down for everyone. *wall slides*
— Nneka Marie (@NisforNneka) March 30, 2013
@worddroppings I’m having the same issue.Can’t see any of my purchased content on Amazon video on demand.
— jimmyoliver (@jimmyoliver) March 30, 2013
Amazon Instant Watch is down. This Good Friday be carsed.
— Matthew (@Matterless) March 30, 2013
@amazon Instant Video what gives?Friday night and I can’t rent a movie?Nice service!
— Chad Pierson (@mathchad) March 30, 2013
Amazon Instant Video down. Netflix tells me try again later when trying to reactivate my account.What is the universe trying to tell me?
— Jeff Kirvin (@jeffkirvin) March 30, 2013
@bookaliciouspam Their streaming service is currently down. On an effing Friday night.
— Evil Wylie (@EvilWylie) March 30, 2013
— Aaron Gardner (@Aaron_RS) March 30, 2013
Hey, who’s up for Scrabble instead!?
Prepare for Web-pocalypse!
So Tumblr was down, Twitter was over capacity, now Amazon Video is down.#theendisnigh
— thebkwyrm (@thebkwyrm) March 30, 2013