Where to Watch 'Friends' Now That It's Left Netflix

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It's 2020, and sadly, if you're a Friends fan, that means entering a months-long period during which you cannot stream the hit comedy.

The series left Netflix at the end of 2019, and it will next be available for binging on HBO Max — but that streaming service doesn't launch until May. So, until then, if you don't have the series on DVD or Blu-ray, what are your options?

Fortunately, reruns air on multiple channels daily. Make sure you check your cable guide for the schedules for channels including TBS, Nickelodeon (Nick at Nite), and Comedy Central. Plus, some cable providers may have select episodes available On Demand.

You can also buy digital copies of the episodes through Amazon, YouTube, Google Play, and iTunes.

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While they're still the same lovable actors we first met back in the '90s, the cast of has certainly changed over the years.

All 236 episodes of Friends will be available exclusively on HBO Max when the service launches. The streamer will also be the home of The Fresh Prince of Bel-AirPretty Little LiarsThe Big Bang TheoryDoctor WhoThe West WingSouth Park, and others.

There has also been talk of an unscripted reunion special with the Friends cast and creators on HBO Max, but nothing has been announced just yet.

Friends, HBO Max, May 2020