Disney’s streaming service begins with troubles

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Disney+ streaming service also features favorites from Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic. (Source: YouTube/Disney/CNN)

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(CNN) – Disney’s new streaming service started Tuesday, but is apparently experiencing technical issues.

Disney+ Is the company’s first streaming service and a new rival to other services like Netflix and Hulu.

However, there have been several reports on Twitter of people not being able to access it.

Instead of getting to watch programming, users said they are seeing a lot of Disney’s error icon, Hollywood Reporter said.

Disney hasn’t addressed the issues yet.

Disney+ features Disney content, including classic movies, shows and documentaries. Programming will also include Pixar, Star wars and Marvel films.

‘Disney plus’ is available in the U.S., Canada and the Netherlands and costs $6.99 a month.

For more information about the service, go online to disneyplus.com.

Copyright 2019 CNN. All rights reserved. Gray Media Group, Inc., contributed to this report.

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