[Updated] TV Muse may be gone forever, but someone is still sharing all latest links

Himanshu Arora Himanshu Arora Jan 04, 2019 News

Updates to this story (if any) are included at the bottom….

Just yesterday, I told you about ongoing issues with the TV Muse service. Websites (tvmuse.com and tvmuse.eu) to access the popular streaming media platform are currently down, fueling rumors that the service may have been shut down.


Well, now we have some good news on this front. No, those websites aren’t back up, but apparently someone related to TVMuse has spoken up.

hi guys i am Pop Alexandru tv muse linker i.m not happy TODAY 🙁


So you see, there is definitely some problem with the service, which has made the person unhappy. But Alexandru didn’t reveal anything else about the ongoing issue.

However, on being asked by a user about posting links elsewhere, Pop shared a link where he said he will post links.

If you take a look at the webpage whose link Alexandru shared, you’ll see it contains 19 links, all from the month of January.


So what does that mean? Well, this means all the older data is still not accessible, and Alexandru didn’t say anything about whether or not that information will be back. In fact, we’re not sure if Alexandru even has deeper knowledge about the issue. Anyway, as they say, something is better than nothing.

This is not the first time something like this has happened with a pirate streaming service. As some of you may know, Flixtor – another popular name in the market – simply vanished back in November after after its domain name servers were updated.

What’s, however, good in case of TVMuse is at least someone related to the service is doing their part.

Rest assured, we are keeping an active tab on the matter and will let you know as and when more news worthy developments take place. Meanwhile, do let us know your thoughts on the current TVMuse situation in the comments section below.

Note: We are not endorsing TVMuse in any way what so ever. People should check the legality of the service before accessing it.

Update (January 05)

Looking for TVMuse alternatives? Here are some user suggested names.

Update (January 08)

Has TVMuse really died? Lack of official information leaves users confused. Check out our latest story here.

Update (January 10)

TVMuse fans rejoice, service may not be dead after all. Yes, the service is back. For details, head here.

Update (January 17)

The new TVMuse domain – tvmuse.cc – has offered info on upcoming features. Their FAQ page is also up. Read our new story for all these details.

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Himanshu Arora

My interest in technology and writing started back in 2010. Since then, I have written for many leading publications, including Computerworld, GSMArena, TechSpot, HowtoForge, LinuxJournal, and MakeTechEasier to name a few. Here at PiunikaWeb, my work involves covering on daily basis the biggest tech stories as well as scoops that you won't find anywhere else.