What the hell is going on with Netflix’s watch party?

Netflix Watch Party is the latest in a string of events that have been taking place over the past few weeks that have given the streaming service a new and seemingly never-ending headache.

On Wednesday, the company announced that it had suspended its Watch Party service in the U.K. and Germany, which means that users will no longer be able to watch the movies or TV shows that they were previously able to, due to “a security issue.”

The company explained that the issue was discovered while people were streaming content through the Watch Party platform.

It was only after it was fixed that it was discovered that some users had also been experiencing the issue.

Netflix WatchParty is not the first service to suffer from this issue.

Earlier this month, the BBC reported that Netflix had reported “an issue with Watch Party” that led to some users being unable to access the service, as well as some other Netflix-related issues.

In addition to the issues mentioned above, Netflix has also had to deal with a recent outage in which some users who subscribed to the service experienced downtime and connectivity issues.

However, the biggest issue with Netflix Watchparty is that it will no be able for the time being to bring its own streaming service to users in the country where the service is currently live.

The company has yet to say when Watch Party will return to normal, but we will be sure to update you when it does.

In the meantime, here are some more Netflix Watch party-related news.


Netflix announced that there will be no more Watch Party parties in the United States, Canada, or Europe.

Netflix is currently unavailable in all of those regions, but the company has announced that its Watch Parties in the rest of the world will continue to function.


Netflix will be hosting an event on November 4, 2019 at the Chicago Theatre in Chicago, IL.

This event is slated to take place on November 5, 2019.

According to Netflix, this will be the first-ever Watch Party event in the US, with more Watch Parties planned for other parts of the country.


Netflix has announced an all-star lineup of the year’s best movies and TV shows, including “The Night Before Christmas,” “The Crown,” “Bourne Identity,” “Fifty Shades Darker,” “House of Cards,” “Orange is the New Black,” “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” “Twilight,” “Zootopia,” “Crazy Rich Asians,” “Black Panther,” “Gone Girl,” “Loving,” “American Crime Story: Streets of LA,” “Game of Thrones,” “A Cure for Wellness,” “Parenthood,” “Stranger Things,” “Mad Men,” “Veep,” “Empire,” “Silicon Valley,” “Dancing with the Stars,” “How to Get Away With Murder,” “Masters of Sex,” “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” “Halt and Catch Fire,” “Spartacus,” “Breaking Bad,” “Hell on Wheels,” “Big Little Lies,” “Killing Them Softly,” “Shameless,” “Modern Family,” “True Blood,” “Titanic,” “Outlander,” “Scandal,” “Mr. Robot,” “Homeland,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “Transparent,” “Sense8,” “Lost,” “This Is Us,” “Witchcraft,” “Last Week Tonight,” “NCIS,” “I’m Dying Up Here,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Beaches,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Deadbeat,” “Insecure,” “Master of None,” “Love,” “Ralphie May,” “Better Call Saul,” “Westworld,” “Roseanne,” “BoJack Horseman,” “Life,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Bob’s Burgers,” “Happy Endings,” “Fresh Off the Boat,” “Two and a Half Men,” and “UnREAL.”