How to watch Friends Reunion online right now - here's where you can stream the special

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The big get-together is finally here after months of hype, so you may be wondering how to watch Friends Reunion online. Luckily, it's not too hard. If you're based in the US, all you need to watch the Friends Reunion right now is a HBO Max membership (the one-off special is exclusive to that streaming service). Meanwhile, UK audiences can stream Friends: The Reunion via Sky or the Sky-owned Now.

In terms of how much it'll cost to watch Friends Reunion online, US fans are looking at $14.99 for one month of HBO Max or $9.99 with the ad-supported plan. This offers access to the full HBO Max library, including all ten seasons of Friends, and it's the best deal now that the HBO Max free trial no longer exists. It can also be cancelled at any time (perfect if you just want to stream Friends: The Reunion before high-tailing it outta there). For more info on what you're getting with a subscription, be sure to visit our guide to HBO Max prices.

As for how much it'll cost to watch Friends Reunion online in the UK, it depends on the package you pick up. Sky One prices start at £25 per month for Sky TV and Netflix, for example. You can also grab a Now deal from £14.99 per month if you'd prefer.

Curious as to what Friends: The Reunion is? It sees the cast getting back together to discuss the show for the first time since it ended, and they revisit iconic sets before being joined by a host of guests. Although this isn't a continuation of the series like some were hoping for, it's brimming with nostalgia nonetheless. With behind-the-scenes footage and revelations that have never been heard before, the Reunion is almost guaranteed to get fans a little teary-eyed.

Watch Friends Reunion - US


HBO Max | $9.99-$14.99 per month
You're able to watch Friends Reunion right now, but it's only available on HBO Max. With that in mind, you'll need to pick up a subscription for $14.99 per month if you want to stream the one-off special along with the latest Warner cinema movies and never have to worry about ads. There's a new cheaper $9.99 a month tier with some light ads too. Wary of getting the streaming service? Don't worry, you cancel at any time - there's no binding contract or cancellation fee to speak of.

Watch Friends Reunion - UK

Sky One | From £25 per month

Sky One | From £25 per month
Want to stream Friends: The Reunion in the UK? No problem - you can do so via Sky or by using the Sky-owned Now streaming service (starting at £14.99p/m). In terms of the Sky One offer listed above, it gets you both Sky TV and Netflix. That's a pretty great offer - besides letting you watch Friends Reunion right this minute, you're getting your hands on all ten seasons of Friends through Netflix as well.

Watch Friends Reunion - Australia


Binge | From $10 per month
You can now watch Friends Reunion online in Australia via Binge; it appeared on the service this Thursday 27 May from 5.02pm AEST. If you're only interested in streaming Friends, don't worry - there's a 14-day free trial to kick things off.

Stream Friends: The Reunion in other regions

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Will you be able to watch Friends: The Reunion in Canada and beyond? You can bet on it - for Canada, it's available through Crave. The same was true of other HBO Max exclusives, so that makes plenty of sense. As for India, it's available from JEE5.

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Benjamin Abbott
Tabletop & Merch Editor

As the site's Tabletop & Merch Editor, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to the latest Lego news. I've been writing about games in one form or another since 2012, and can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.