It’s finally happening. Nearly three decades have passed since Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow), Monica (Courtney Sox), Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), Joey (Matt LeBlanc), Chandler (Matthew Perry) and Ross (David Schwimmer) first appeared on screen together in 1994. The show was beloved by viewers for ten years and provided countless laughs to millions each week, and now the much-anticipated cast reunion is officially happening.
The One Where They Get Back Together is a pre-taped special that’s officially available to stream online on HBO Max as of 12:01 PST this morning. The entire series has been available to watch on HBO Max for months and now the brand new special is available to subscribers as well.
How to Watch the Friends Reunion Online
HBO Max subscribers can watch the Friends reunion online at any time after midnight PST on HBO Max. New subscribers who sign up will also get access to the special and the entire series, as well as HBO Max’s entire library immediately. It costs $14.99 per month and unfortunately, there’s no free trial.
How to Watch the Friends Reunion Online for Free
There’s no free trial of HBO Max by itself, but there is a 7-day free trial of a Hulu and HBO Max bundle that you can sign up for to watch the special for free. Just be sure to set an alarm and cancel your subscription after the seven days are up.
Who Will Be on the Friends Reunion?
The entire cast is a part of the reunion, as well as a bunch of beloved supporting characters like Maggie Wheeler who played the infamously cackling Janice, Chandler’s on-again-off-again girlfriend. Tom Sellack who played Monica’s ex-boyfriend Richard is also set to appear.
There are also going to be a whole slew of celebrities who show up — like Justin Bieber, BTS, David Beckham and Lady Gaga. The Friends universe spans far and wide, and if you’re a superfan of the show like I am this is something you’re not going to want to miss. The special is now available to stream on HBO Max at any time, and you can also catch up on old episodes or stream the entire series there as well.