It looks as though beloved sitcom Friends will eventually be leaving its home at Netflix for a spot on Warner Media's new streaming service.
Being evergreen is the secret to Friends’ success, but it is the content of their episodes that have helped the show stand up to modern TV shows.
Ross managed to date (and marry) many women during Friends' 10 seasons, but there are many things about his relationships that don't make any sense.
Friends' 10th and final season was an emotional one. Fans weren't the only ones who were sad to see the gang leave the apartment near Central Perk.
One of the most interesting relationships on Friends is the relationship between Monica and Ross.
Rachel Green is the most famous Friends character, but she's not always the most logical one.
Chandler might have been one half of the best couple of Friends, but he was nowhere near perfect. He had more than a few big problems.
It was one of the most popular sitcoms off all time, but not every star of Friends was happy with their time on the show.
There’s always room for improvement, and Friends would’ve had its quality amplified had it followed through with these missed opportunities.
Joey and Phoebe have one of the strongest friendships in Friends, but that doesn't mean they don't have some seriously questionable moments.
The whole point of Friends is that all their characters are a little strange, but Monica has some qualities that have us shaking our head.
Although Phoebe from Friends is one of the most likable characters on TV, there are quite a few aspects of her character that don’t make any sense.
Every character on Friends has some things that fans don't like, but there are a couple of things about Rachel that makes her stand out from the rest.
As one of the most beloved sitcoms in TV history, Friends featured some fantastic storylines, but it also missed the mark sometimes.
After an expiration date appeared on the show's Netflix page, the streaming service has assured fans that Friends will remain available through 2019.