Looking to watch Friends online? We don't blame you as it's one of the most rewatchable TV shows in television history. As luck would have it, we've got the answer right here (could we be any more psyched?).
Our guide will tell you everything you need to watch Friends online. Scroll down to the relevant section and find out how to stream Friends in your region.
Set in downtown New York during the 90s and early 2000s, Friends is about a group of... well, you know. Its ten seasons follow the misadventures of Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Joey, and Phoebe as they try to navigate the pitfalls of love and work in the Big Apple. Although a few of its jokes and attitudes haven't aged so gracefully, it's still a hilarious and heartwarming sitcom that deserves its long legacy.
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Watch Friends online - USA
HBO Max | From $14.99 a month
Want to stream Friends? It's not as easy as it used to be as many streaming services only have a handful of seasons. Want the complete collection, then you're looking at HBO Max. That does at least allow you to stream Westworld online and more too, it's not a bad offer.View Deal
Watch Friends online - Canada
Netflix | From $8.99 per month
The one place to stream Friends in Canada is Netflix. It has every single episode of the hit series in tow, and subscriptions aren't all that expensive. Better still, Netflix is well-stocked with other big names like The Witcher and Stranger Things.
Watch Friends online - UK
Netflix | From £5.99 per month
For those looking to stream Friends online in the UK, we have good news - it's as easy as booting up Netflix. That's because all ten seasons and every single episode of the popular sitcom are available there. Happily, that also includes expanded versions of certain scenes and a wider aspect-ratio so you don't have to put up with black bars on-screen.
In other words, you can binge the series from start to finish on Netflix. And because Netflix is relatively cheap/you probably have it already, that's a win for all involved!View Deal