When Disney+ first released, Vizio smart TV owners were greeted with some bad news: the streaming service was unavailable on their devices. Not even a Google Chrome would let Vizio customers enjoy an afternoon of Duck Tales. However, December could bring goods news for those with Vizio TVs.
According to Digital Trends, the Television company plans on releasing a software update that should fox the Google Chrome issue in "early December," with no specific date given. Still no word on whether this update will include a Disney+ application on the TV itself. Currently, only those with AirPlay 2 can stream Disney+ on their Vizio TV.
The lack of service for Vizio consumers is just one of many issues Disney+ has faced over its first few weeks. On day one, the service experienced over 7,000 technical issues, with many customers being unable to access their accounts for multiple hours. There were also reports of accounts being hacked and sold online, but the House of Mouse denies that any security breach took place. Finally, the service streams the animated X-Men series out of order.
Disney+ is now available in the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand, with content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and National Geographic.