‘Too soon to make a Titanic joke?’: HBO crashes ahead of Mare of Easttown finale, triggers meme fest

After we find out who the killer is Im going to need to understand who to fire at HBO Max for letting the website crash right now. #MareOfEasttown pic.twitter.com/MCuq1gj9R6
— Tory Banknell (@ToryBanknell) May 31, 2021

i didnt realize #MareOfEasttown was popular sufficient to crash hbo max pic.twitter.com/A1oWBM453R
— Justin ४ 9 (@waffles1202) May 31, 2021

The much-anticipated season ending of Mare of Easttown, which was to be aired on HBO, was ruined for many users as they experienced glitches while trying to stream the program. Lots of viewers voiced their cumulative sorrow on social networks over not having the ability to view the Kate Winslet-led detective drama series.
Composed and created by Brad Ingelsby and directed by Craig Zobel, the miniseries is a murder secret combined with the portrayal of small-town life through the eyes of Winslet, who plays the function of a police investigator called Mare Sheehan. Since its debut in April this year, the program has stayed a hot topic amid audiences with numerous eagerly waiting for the ending.
The crash activated a wide variety of angry reactions online, requiring the streaming service to acknowledge the issue. “Were conscious some consumers may be experiencing issues streaming #HBOMax and appreciate your patience as we work to resolve this as rapidly as possible,” checked out a tweet from the official deal with of HBO Max.

did everybody crash hbo max pic.twitter.com/UcseOy49aV
— j (@alterlife_mp3) May 31, 2021

Congratulations Kate Winslet for being a part of 2 of the biggest crashes of all time @hbomax #Titanic #MareOfEasttown
— Jason (@snarkopedia) May 31, 2021

Wait omg did HBO Max in fact crash for everyone? omg we truly all love murder programs, huh
— Charlotte ✨ (@crerrity) May 31, 2021

When your hbo does not crash pic.twitter.com/gDI6fH8myE
— caro of eastbay (@theCaroAngel) May 31, 2021

Were mindful some clients might be experiencing issues streaming #HBOMax and value your patience as we work to solve this as rapidly as possible.
— HBOMaxHelp (@HBOMaxHelp) May 31, 2021
Post the crash, it did not take long for netizens to start trolling the streaming service, with the hashtag #HBOCrash trending on the microblogging site.
Some also included humour to the crash and linked it with the 1997 movie Titanic, including Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. “Congratulations Kate Winslet for belonging of two of the biggest crashes of all time,” checked out one of the many tweets on the microblogging website published after the failure.

lol Friends didnt crash HBO Max but Mare of Easttown did. Kate Winslets power
— joyce eng (@joyceeng61) May 31, 2021

is it too quickly to make a titanic joke re: HBO max crash/kate winslet?
— Sam Beasley (@SBeas) May 31, 2021

— Josh Billinson (@jbillinson) May 31, 2021