"Friends" Leaving Netflix for New HBO Streaming Service; Millennials Losing Their Minds

July 10, 2019
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After 10 years on Netflix, WarnerMedia is taking back their show Friends to launch the new streaming service HBO Max next spring. They've yet to name their price for us bingers, but HBO Now is $14.99/month, and the reason you're going to want to call your brother and "borrow" his password is because they're loading it up with a ton of new content from stars like Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman and Anna Kendrick. And since WarnerMedia also owns CW, expect shows like Riverdale, Batwoman and Pretty Little Liars to get yanked off other platforms for the new service too.