Is Discovery Plus down? Why the streaming site isn't working

DISCOVERY PLUS is a streaming service owned by Discovery, Inc. known for its factual programming and original series.

The platform was first launched in March of 2020.

Is Discovery Plus down?

On March 14, 2022, users reported issues with the Discovery Plus platform.

According to DownDetector: 76 percent of users are having issues with video streaming, 14 percent with the website, and 11 percent with server connection.

The site saw a spike in reports around 10am ET, with over 708 users reporting outages.

Many users have commented via DownDetector, adding that their "screen is blank" and saved shows list is empty.

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"Can't search, and only one show comes up if you go to True Crime, Home, and Automotive, otherwise nothing! Also, if you click on any of the shows, you can't actually watch anything," one user wrote.

Another added: "welp…looks like its a good thing I kept my hulu sub up. ancient I come!"

How can I check if Discovery Plus is down?

Those who may be experiencing difficulties with Discovery Plus can check another social media app such as Twitter for reports.

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If one doesn't have access to a Twitter account, DownDetector will tell users when most apps are down or experiencing difficulties.

If it appears the problem may not be widespread, one can try checking their internet connection or exiting the app before logging back in.

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