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You could try turning your router off for a few minutes and then back on again - that seems to cure most problems.
Unplugging the Firestick and starting fresh might also work. If nothing good happens and the router seems to be working ok with other computers and stuff then suspect a problem with the Firestick. Lots of modern stuff is designed to stop working soon after the warranty expires.
I have no experience of these but as they work by connecting to the internet nothing is live in the conventional sense but streamed either from a single or a series of websites the firestick is programmed to log on to. The website(s) will usually provide a mixture of "live" tv, catch up tv available for a limited time, archive material and special programming and some movies.
What you get will depend on what is available free and what needs to be paid for, your internet/wireless connection and how good you are at reading instructions and operating the remote, assuming the firestick is working correctly.
A friend had a problem with connected tv and it turned out some of the sites took a long, long time to load and he was impatient and assumed it wasn't working.