While those with terrestrial TV, turning to Virgin Media One to watch 'Love Island' last night, had no qualms, anyone who was watching the show from the network's player ran into a (literal) stream of bad luck.
The Virgin Media Player stopped working properly during last night's episode of 'Love Island'.
Viewers began to encounter issues from approximately after the first ad break of the show, right to the end of the episode.
Fans were left frustrated as to why the player stopper working with many turning to Twitter to complain about the Virgin Media Player.
They had to watch a bunch of ads and freeze frames rather than a smooth stream of the reality series.
Last night's episode was set in Casa Amor where all the current couples are being tempted by new girls and boys. So people reeeally wanted to see what happens next...
@VirginMedia_TV released the following statement:
"Hi guys, we are aware some viewers are having issues with Virgin Media Player. We are currently looking into this and hope to have any issues resolved very shortly."
Here's hoping they resolve the issue by the next episode.
'Love Island' continues tonight at 9pm.