To finish, Dragon House is here and the very first episode of the series gives you a glimpse of what to expect and see along the journey. The opening episode grabs your attention right from the start with intense scenes showing torture, pain, violence, abuse, and even nudity. After the series premiered, HBO Max’s customer support account reportedly tagged @hbomax’s main handle asking if he needed help watching the series.
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Recently after the premiere, HBO subscribers blew up Twitter complaining that they couldn’t stream the series due to ongoing technical issues that may be caused by excessive viewer interference.
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Fire TV users inflamed by streaming crash with HBO Max’s House of the Dragon premiere
Right after the premiere of the prequel series, the main @hbomax account took to Twitter and posted “The only thing that could tear down the House of the Dragon was itself. #HOTD”. @HBOMaxHelps replied although they removed it later. The deleted tweet says “Hi, we want to help. Could you please let us know what device you are using? »
I would love to watch it, but the HBOMAX app keeps crashing.
— TheWithrowShow (@thewithrowshow) August 22, 2022
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DownDetector.com reported that the crash affected around 3,000 viewers. HBO shared a statement saying:
“House of the Dragon is successfully viewed by millions of HBO Max subscribers tonight. We know that a small portion of users are trying to connect through Fire TV devices that are experiencing issues and are in the process of troubleshooting for affected users.”
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Video Goes Viral Of Entire New York Apartment Building Watching “House Of The Dragon” Simultaneously
An HBO spokesperson predicted the issue could occur among viewers logging in through Amazon’s devices. This isn’t the first time that similar HBO connection failures have happened when it premiered. Game of thrones. And some users laughed at the timing of the crash and said they weren’t surprised. Streaming services have faced many problems including HBO Max, Netflix, Hulu and Apple TV+ to manage subscribers over the past few years as the streaming market is now huge.
More proof that Thrones is back:
Here it’s close to an entire building in New York watching last night #HouseOfTheDragon first at the same time
— MovieRankings.net (@LightsCameraPod) August 22, 2022
A New York video has exploded on social media after the series premiere, a video that shows more than a dozen apartments in the same building simultaneously watching the first episode of the game of thrones prequel series. And yes, HBO is surely thrilled with the quick response.
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Dragon House premiered on Disney+ on August 22. The series also had its world premiere on HBOMax.