Friends: The Reunion is one day away from being released. Long-time fans of the pop-cultural phenomenon are gearing up to reunite with their six favorite fictional buddies, with 'The One Where They Got Back Together' set to arrive today.
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer are returning for the unscripted special, which will look back at the series' best moments and why it was such a universal hit in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
The one-off episode, which will also see guest appearances, table reads and a lengthy sit-down chat with host James Corden, is due to be released on Binge and Foxtel Now on Thursday, May 27.
You might be wondering, then, when you should settle into your La-Z Boy recliner chair to take a trip down memory lane with Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross.
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What time is Friends: The Reunion released on Binge?
For Aussie viewers, Friends: The Reunion will launch on Binge on Thursday, May 27 at 5:02pm AEST.
Friends: The Reunion will be available to Binge subscribers. If you wish to watch it when it does arrive on the Binge streaming platform, you will need to sign up for a subscription.
Thankfully, Binge offers a 14-day free trial for all new subscribers. Once the trial is over, you can keep your Binge subscription from just AU$10 per month for one SD stream, or you can opt for two HD streams for AU$14 per month or four HD streams for AU$18 per month.
If you think those options sound good, you can sign up using our handy Binge price widget below.
When is the Friends reunion launching on Foxtel Now?
Just like on Binge, Foxtel Now subscribers will be able to catch up with Chandler, Phoebe and the rest of the game when Friends: The Reunion lands on the service from Thursday, May 27 at 5:02pm AEST.
Foxtel Now is a little pricier than Binge, starting at AU$25 per month for the mandatory Essentials pack, however, the service does offer a 10-day free trial so you can test the waters before committing.