The most beloved sitcom on the planet might be leaving Netflix soon. All the 10 Seasons will leave Netflix on December 31st, 2020. This news comes just a year after Netflix in the United States lost all 10 Seasons.
The show features Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer, Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, and Matthew Perry. They play 20-something friends living in 1990s Manhatten. The Series has become a hot commodity in recent years. Moreover, It became increasingly popular due to its availability on Netflix.
Netflix Canada confirmed on Twitter that December 31 is when Friends will leave and this is “The One Where We Have To Say Goodbye.” Bell media that owns Crave has announced that all seasons would be streaming on their platform. Friends will be available in their entry-level package starting December 31st.
It feels like now shows will depend upon which regions you currently reside in. More and more platforms are now adapting to area-specific viewership analytics.
Above all, Friends is one of the most addictive shows on the Planet.In addition to this, each episode has roughly 20-22 minutes of content which mostly revolves around relationships.
Future Of The Show
HBO Max has reportedly paid over $400 million for the rights to the series. Matthew Perry recently confirmed that the Friends reunion will happen soon. The plan is to shoot the special on the original “Friends” soundstage, Stage 24, on the Warner Bros. Studio lot in Burbank.
The Reunion Delay
The HBO Max reunion will reportedly start filming in March. In addition to this, there were multiple delays due to the Coronavirus pandemic. After that, the show was originally supposed to film with Live Audience back in March itself. In addition, all the theatres across the country got shut down. The company is hopeful again that the special will shoot by the end of summer.