'Friends' heading to HBO Max, WarnerMedia's new streaming service, in 2020

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Competition is growing for streaming platforms like Netflix, Hulu and other platforms. Neither of the companies other streaming services are available in the United Kingdom, and instead it has lucrative deals with Sky to make HBO content available on Sky Atlantic and Now TV - those deals mean that it's very unlikely we'll see HBO Max here.

"Friends" will be leaving Netflix next year, but the show will be available on Warner's streaming service, the company has announced online. The franchise revealed the new platform on Tuesday along with other programs.

Aside from well-known content, HBO Max will also feature brand new shows, which have been termed Max Originals, and movies.

Programming from HBO will also be offered, with the premium USA cablenet's forthcoming slate including shows such as Stephen King's The Outsider, as well as series from sibling networks such as TNT, TBS, Cartoon Network and Adult Swim. Max does include HBO content as well, including its slate of originals. However, "Friends" being the original owner of HBO will be available as an exclusive sitcom.

Original programming on HBO Max will include 2 movies from Witherspoon's production company and 4 from Greg Berlanti, producer of "Riverdale" on the CW. AT&T-owned WarnerMedia, which unveiled its management team in March, also already offers standalone service HBO Now, which costs $15 in the USA and is available from multiple cable operators.

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