In what will probably comes as a shock to your average teenager but once upon a time we had to wait a week at a time to see our favourite shows. Content binges only existed once a show had finished and you’d waited months for the box set release. In the mid 90s Friday night on Channel 4 was the comedy king and the jewel in its crown was a show we’d all come to see as an extended member of the family, that show was of course smash hit US comedy Friends.
However in the era of snack-able content and on demand, the premier pushers of series bingeing now also has Friends! In the mid-00s you could easily over indulge on Friends simply by sticking on E4 where re-runs came by the truck load.
As you can imagine the Twittersphere has been going into overdrive so we could a mooch around to see how people have been enjoying having all 10 series of their favourite sitcom on Netflix.
People well never seem to tire of the very catchy theme music…
— ItsAmberrr 🙂 (@ItsAmberrr096) January 6, 2018
— @Amarethiel (@Amarethiel) January 7, 2018
Dear @NetflixUK, please turn off the 'Skip Intro' option from the FRIENDS series.
— The London Tree (@TheLondonTree) January 2, 2018
Believe it or not people who have never seen it actually exist…
— James Higgins ⚜👹🐝 (@IamtheHiggster) January 1, 2018
— Heather Nixon (@ofbeautyand) January 2, 2018
It has caused some people to re-adjust their favourite Friends characters list. Do you agree? We’re very much #TeamRoss!
Watching #Friends again on Netflix has made me rethink my favourite list:
1. Chandler ➖
2. Ross ⬆️1️⃣
3. Rachel ⬆️1️⃣
4. Joey ⬇️2️⃣
5. Monica ➖
6. Phoebe ➖
Sorry Joey. pic.twitter.com/hlLVVLBomn
— Harry McWhirter (@feather_boy) January 7, 2018
The terrible 90s dress sense is making us all take a trip down memory lane…
— Katie Marshall Langford (@KatieLeeMars) January 4, 2018
Anyone who had grand disillusions of doing any work around the house in the new year has probably already sacked it off in favour of this..
— Hannah (@hannahaliciad) January 1, 2018
Just watched 8 episodes of #Friends in a row. Netflix, why?
— Ilias Alami (@IliasAlami) January 7, 2018
— M A J I D (@Majid_K_1994) January 2, 2018
So whether you want to re-watch your favourite episodes or watch all 10 from the top *ahem* they’ll be there for you…
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) January 1, 2018