In 2016, New York publication made a enforcing bag that because of its Netflix popularity, “Friends” may still be the most popular television picture, over a decade after its finale.
What’s not to love about the concept of friends hanging out? Friends are good. But maybe — only maybe — these particular friends are now moderately dated.
With homophobic puns, fat-shaming plotlines and ever-puzzling rent situations, the prove often doesn’t hold up to contemporary investigation. Still, “Friends” clearly has glamours that resonate.