CBS All Access suffered an embarrassing downtime on Sunday and crashed just before the start of Super Bowl LV

The streaming service from ViacomCBS Inc
had touted its Super Bowl livestream as the place to watch the big game for cable cutters

But when many subscribers tried to log into the app on Sunday, they received an error message: “Oh, oh An error has occurred but we are working to fix it. We’ll be back up and running shortly! “

Fortunately for the fans, the livestream started a few minutes after the game started and not much action was missed

It was unclear how widespread the outage was and the CBS All Access Help account on Twitter did not fix the problem, despite the responses asking those affected to use DM

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