All 4 appeared to go down tonight (Picture: Channel 4)
It’s A Sin fans have been left feeling annoyed after Channel 4’s on-demand service All 4 appeared to crash tonight.
The online platform, which allows fans to catch up with the broadcaster’s original programming, seemed to go offline, much to the dismay of many.
Some users were in the middle of binge-watching Russell T Davies’ latest hit series It’s A Sin when the All 4 website and app stopped working.
Fans flocked to Twitter to share their frustration, with some also posting images of the error messages they had been receiving on screen.
One wrote: ‘All4 just crashed on me in the MIDDLE of episode 5 of It’s A Sin I’m legitimately shaking I need to finish it.’
Another added: ‘Has @All4 crashed under the weight of thousands watching #ItsASin?’
Some users were trying to stream It’s A Sin when the site crashed (Picture: Channel 4)
While one other saw the funny side of things, as they joked: ‘All4 is a miracle of platform. So amazed at how it can crash and still manage to show adverts in full.’
It comes after all four seasons of the popular US teen drama The O.C. were recently launched onto the service.
Originally running from 2003 to 2007, the iconic show boasted a stellar cast including the likes of Ben McKenzie, Mischa Barton, Adam Brody and Rachel Bilson.
US teen drama The O.C. was recently added to All 4 (Picture: Warner Bros/Rex)
Channel 4 said in a statement: ‘The multiple award-winning show presents the lives of a group of friends and family whose lives have forever been changed by the arrival of an outsider to their affluent oceanside community of Newport Beach in Orange County, California.
‘When Ryan Atwood (Ben McKenzie) was taken in from the streets of Chino by then public defender Sandy Cohen (Peter Gallagher) and his wife, Kirsten (Kelly Rowan), the Cohens had no idea how Ryan’s arrival would change their lives and the lives of those around them.’
Other popular US series available on All 4 include The West Wing, One Tree Hill and Buffy The Vampire Slayer.
Metro.co.uk has contacted Channel 4 for comment.