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The Fix on Netflix: Netflix and “Friends” are going on a break

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Story by Mackenzie Walters, Staff Writer
Photo courtesy Amazon.com

This week’s “Fix on Netflix” is a good one, not just because it’s one of my favorite shows. It’s also packing up to move from Netflix to WarnerMedia’s brand new streaming service, HBO Max, at the start of 2020. If you aren’t ready to pay for yet another subscription (because let’s face it, who watches cable anymore?), then you still have time to fully enjoy all 10 seasons! 

“Friends” is an American television sitcom that takes viewers through the lives of a group of friends living in New York City. It’s filled with family, love, drama and, most importantly, comedy.

The dry humor of the characters in this show is what makes it so great. You’ve probably seen countless memes or watched at least one episode, but now is your chance to watch the entire show before it leaves Netflix in 2020. 

“Friends” isn’t a show that you can watch in a short couple of weeks, (there are ten seasons after all). However, you can put this show on at any time. It’s one of those shows that anyone can watch. It doesn’t have to be watched in order, though I would recommend watching it chronologically to get the full experience. If you’re looking for something to watch this semester, you can’t go wrong with “Friends.”

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Mackenzie Walters is a Senior at Aquinas.  Her passion for the outdoors and exploring was formed at an early age while traveling and living in South Africa. When not crafting excellent content, she stays busy writing poetry, cooking, and binge-watching Grey’s Anatomy.

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