Whether Ross and Rachel were on a break or not is still a bone of contention to this day, but we can assure you that Friends and Netflix are most definitely not going on a break next year.
The Holiday Armadillo brought those good tidings on Monday (December 3) to fans in both the US and the UK, confirming that any bad vibes you’ve been getting from Gunther about your favourite show leaving Netflix are not true.
“The Holiday Armadillo has granted your wish: Friends will still be there for you in the US throughout 2019,” American fans were told, while those in the UK were assured: “The One Where Friends is Going Nowhere, Don’t Worry.”
All of this panic started setting in after fans realised that there was less than a month to go until the supposed cutoff of the show leaving Netflix, seemingly forever.
It was reported back in October that Warner Bros was going to pull Friends from all streaming services in 2019 because it plans to launch its own standalone service in the near future.
While the WB is planning to roll out its own streamer soon, that doesn’t mean that it’s yanking Friends from Netflix… at this point. Your Smelly Cat and Drake Ramoray are safe for the moment.
That’s definitely good news, since the cast and writers have made it crystal clear time and time (and time, and time, and time, and time, and time, and time) again that a revival series is probably never going to happen.
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