Friends’ drops off Netflix in U.S., leaving fans disappointed

Friends’ drops off Netflix in U.S., leaving fans disappointed

If you have a Netflix subscriber, “friends” are no longer for you. The show shut down the streaming service at midnight on December 31, 2019.

Netflix’s Un-Friendly Leaving 90’s sitcom on streaming limbo: “Friends” will not be available in the United States until WarnerMedia’s HBO Max launches in the spring of 2020, with a total of 236 episodes exclusive domestic rights, estimated at 25425 million. Netflix still has “friends” outside the US

HBO Max is currently priced at 9914.99 per month (similar to HBO Now) in May 2020 for the large price of “Friends,” HBO programming, licensed TV shows and movies and streaming content.

Until then, the only (legal) way to watch the show in the US is to buy it on DVD or through digital retailers like Amazon, Apple iTunes, and Google Play, or on a reunion on cable TV – where episodes of “Friends” are on TBS and Nickelodeon. Broadcast.

Friends’ drops off Netflix in U.S., leaving fans disappointed

Currently, the 32-disc full series collection, “The Big Bang Theory” and “Friends” after the final season of “The Office” on the DVD segment, is the 3rd bestseller on Amazon (3123.77 prices Complete collection).

Netflix tweeted “One Where We Voice to Good Buy” in July. “We’re sorry to see Warner go to Warner’s streaming service in early 2020 (in the US). Thanks for the memories, gang.”

Meanwhile, another top performer on Netflix, “The Office” was also a streamer in the late 2020s. The US exit the catalog, which is exclusively available on NBCUniversal Peacock starting in 2021.

“Friends” originally aired on NBC from 1994-2004. The show follows the life of a man close to Pulse in New York City: siblings Ross (David Schwimmer) and Monica Geller (Curtain Cox), Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston), Chandra Bing (Matthew Perry), Phoebe Buffet (Lisa Kudrow) and Joey Tribeni () Matt LeBlanc).


The show was produced by David Crane and Martha Kaufman, who collaborated with Kevin Bright on Bright / Kaufman / Crane Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television.