Cablevision customers across Wilton and the region lost television, Internet and phone service for hours Sunday night, leading many customers to miss all or parts of the Yankees-Red Sox game and a new episode of Breaking Bad, among other evening programs. \u201cLast evening, some customers in Connecticut experienced a loss of service following a commercial power outage in our Norwalk facility,\u201d Sarah Chaikin, a Cablevision spokesperson, said in a statement when contacted by The Bulletin\u2019s sister papery, The New Canaan Advertiser. \u201cThe power matter has been resolved and service has been restored to our customers.\u201d Requests for more information were not immediately answered. Oh what a Sunday night. pic.twitter.com\/85q6Rg5Hq8 \u2014 Kristi Olds (@news12ctkristi) August 19, 2013 Along with the company\u2019s services, its Connecticut News 12 station was off the air during the outage that was first noticed around 6:30 Sunday night when the Advertiser\u2018s office lost its Cablevision Internet. Internet, TV and phone service from the cable company was restored by 8:45 p.m. in the area only to go out again by 9:30 p.m. Complete restoration in the area appeared to happen by 11 p.m., according to Cablevision. The outages, however, did not affect everyone. Some customers only lost TV while retaining Internet connection, for example. But the area that lost Cablevision services extended from Greenwich to Milford. Marge Ferris of Pond Road said Monday, \u201cI\u2019m worn out. I\u2019m handicapped. ... I\u2019ve been trying to call them, but their phone has been busy all day, and when I finally go through, they said it wasn\u2019t just my Pond Road house. \u201cThere was no rain. There was no Sandy.\u201d What happened, she asked. The outage led many customers to express their frustrations on Twitter, complaining about missing parts of Breaking Bad, the popular AMC drama in its last season. Others complained about missing parts of the Yankees-Red Sox Sunday Night Baseball game on ESPN. Others, however, took their frustrations a step further, by calling 911 to complain. This led the Fairfield Police to remind residents via Twitter that losing your cable and Internet is not an actual emergency.\u00a0However, Fairfield Police Sgt. Suzanne Lussier said Monday an initial check of records showed only one 911 call regarding the Cablevision outage. Fairfield Police Chief Gary MacNamara said calls \u201cinundated\u201d non-emergency lines.\u201d Cablevision services are in southwestern Connecticut, the Bronx, Westchester and parts of New Jersey.