Drag Race 13 has suffered a technical hitch on Netflix (Image: VH1)
Netflix has been pressured to apologise after a technical glitch threw viewers out of the debut episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race season 13.
Nonetheless, round 20 minutes in, the introduction of Tanisha Iman and Symone was disrupted by a credit card, providing to view trailers.
The cardboard, which normally seems on the finish of episodes to encourage viewers to check out different sequence, mechanically threw viewers out in the event that they didn’t make a selection, airing the trailers as an alternative.
On Twitter, Netflix has launched an announcement to followers and wrote: ‘We’re conscious of a problem with the brand new episode of Drag Race on the 20 minute mark and are trying into it.
‘For now, going again into the episode and skipping to ~21 minutes ought to enable the episode to play in full. Sorry! We’ll replace you when the problem is resolved.’
Stars together with Kandy Muse have needed to struggle for his or her spot in a lipsync (Image: VH1)
‘UPDATE: Deciding on “Watch credit” permits the episode to play in full with out taking you out,’ they added.
Drag Race returned in type for season 13 with 13 queens combating for the chance to name themselves America’s Subsequent Drag Celebrity.
The episode was disrupted by a credit playing cards mechanically taking part in trailers (Image: VH1)
Within the first main gag of the season, queens have been launched in pairs, after which shocked with a lipsync on your life in entrance of the judges instantly.
Those that misplaced the lipsync at the moment are weak to elimination which shall be determined by their fellow queens.
RuPaul’s Drag Race continues Fridays on VH1 within the US and Saturdays on Netflix within the Uk.