Some people waiting for the "Game of Thrones" season premiere had to wait a little longer Sunday night as the HBO website crashed during the first 30 minutes of the show.
HBO Now, the cable channel's streaming service, was also down for some viewers.
The problems appeared to hit viewers in Latin America the hardest, while U.S. viewers didn't appear to experience widespread outages.
"You had one job #HBOGO, one job we are a few hours away from #GoTS7 premiere and you are down already!" tweeted an Uruguay-based fan. "Fix the servers! @HBO."
The HBO servers also went down during the "Game of Thrones" season six finale.
With another iteration of technical difficulties during the cable channel's most popular show, some fans poked fun at HBO.
HBOGO servers tonight. #GameOfThrones pic.twitter.com/1ajlbxmfle- Sam Fickman (@samfickman) July 17, 2017
He he he. HBO GO servers went down. This is live video of their datacenter. pic.twitter.com/4rzWkkhsrO- J.C. (@JC_Channel) July 17, 2017
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