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Every ‘Friends’ episode will be there for you on Netflix
Start brushing up on your rendition of “Smelly Cat.”
Unfortunately, no one told us life was gonna be this way. For 10 long, Friends-less years, we’ve been relegated to DVD box sets and syndication like cavemen if we wanted a fix from Central Perk, but no longer. Fortunately, salvation has come thanks to the patron saint of streaming content, Netflix.
On Wednesday, the entertainment giant announced that come Jan. 1, every episode of Friends would be available streaming. The news was dispatched via Twitter, and included a video of The Rembrandts playing an acoustic version of the show’s theme “I’ll Be There For You,” which was filmed at Central Perk Pop Up in New York last week.
They will all be there for you, Jan.1, 2015 https://t.co/EdGNWtFsZl
— Netflix US (@netflix) October 15, 2014
So come New Year’s Day, ditch the Rose Bowl and nurse those New Year’s hangovers watching all 10 seasons of the show.
Screenshot via Netflix/Twitter
Greg Seals is a former social media producer and contributing writer for the Daily Dot. He specializes in creating and covering viral content on platforms that include Tumblr, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter.