How to Stream All 10 Seasons of 'Friends'

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Two decades after the show ended, Friends remains one of the most popular TV series of all times. The Oct. 28 death of star Matthew Perry, who played iconic character Chandler Bing, has sparked a strong interest in rewatching the series, which begs the question: What platform is Friends streaming on right now?

It turns out all 10 seasons of the show (plus the 2021 reunion special) are only available on Max, formally known as HBO Max. Here's everything to know about how to watch Friends as a cord cutter.

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Is Friends on any streaming?

Yes! Max currently has all 10 seasons of the show streaming on its platform, making it the Central Perk of streaming services.

Subscriptions to Max begin at $9.99 a month (with ads). If you have Amazon Prime, you can also add Max on to your Prime subscription and enjoy a weeklong free trial after doing so. The subscription price is $15.99 a month (without ads) after the trial.

Is Friends not on Netflix anymore?

Friends left Netflix back in 2020 due to licensing issues. The show has been streaming on HBO Max/Max since then.

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Does Hulu have Friends?

Friends is not available on Hulu unless you have added live TV to your package—and then happen to catch it when it's airing on cable.

Does Peacock carry Friends?

Friends is not available on Peacock.

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Is Friends on Max?

Yes! Friends is streaming on Max, which is owned by Warner Media, the same company that produced the show. You can catch up with Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe and Joey there.

Is Friends on Apple TV?

The show cannot be streamed as part of an Apple TV membership, but you can purchase seasons and episodes on the platform.

How to watch the Friends reunion

The Friends reunion special is only streaming on Max.

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