Friends Is Coming to Netflix in 2015—This Is Not a Drill!

All 10 seasons will be available instantly for streaming in the new year

By Chris Harnick Oct 15, 2014 3:53 PMTags
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Netflix has the perfect cure for your New Year's hangover: Friends. The beloved NBC comedy will make its Netflix debut on January 1, 2015. All 10 seasons will be available instantly.

To celebrate the momentous occasion, Netflix released the below video of The Rembrandts singing the classic theme song at the Central Perk shop in New York City. The comedy starring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer just celebrated its 20th anniversary. The first episode aired on Thursday, Sept. 22, 1994. To celebrate the milestone, Warner Bros. launched a pop-up Central Perk coffee house in New York City that featured appearances by The Rembrandts and James Michael Tyler, better known as Gunther on Friends. Tyler also appears in the video below.

Kudrow, Cox and Aniston recently staged a reunion on Jimmy Kimmel Live with host Jimmy Kimmel playing the role of Ross and the script was his fan-fiction. The ladies also stirred real-life reunion rumors by grabbing dinner together.

A recent magazine report stated the three Friends women were working on a new show together, but Cox shot down your hopes and dreams recently. "No, there's no truth to that. No," Cox told E! News on the set of Cougar Town. "I wish! How fun. We have dinner, like, every month or so, and we have the best time. I will bring it up next dinner, for sure!" 

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To hold you over while you wait for Friends to hit Netflix on New Year's Day, click through the gallery below for our ranking of all the Friends couples and watch Ross and Monica's epic New Year's Eve dance.