F.R.I.E.N.D.S, the 90s sitcom we all love to watch.

F.R.I.E.N.D.S. is a romantic comedy sitcom with ten seasons, six epic characters, 236 episodes and 26 years it is currently available on Netflix and securely holds a position on India's top 10 shows watched. It is a refreshing show which, in a given sequence, represents friendships, romance and sarcasm.

The sitcom is a great stress reliever which shows the significance of fun and loyalty. Joey, Monica, Rachel, Ross, Chandler, Phoebe, every person seems to have a different quality, and one aspect which is consistent is their friendship. They were six twenty-somethings, slightly inexperienced, slogging the progress across friendships, employment and adulthood. Friends let its audience exactly know what all the show would be about in that season premiere, that aired 26 years ago. And although we have all I presume watch the show we keep watching it again and again. Friends also managed to have been radical and divisive both. The show often lacked representation, yet portrayed several interracial couples. Homosexuality has been too often meant to be funny, but it's one of the very first US sitcoms to display a same-sex marriage. Neil Ewen, a senior lecturer at Winchester University’s School of Media and Film. “You’re growing older and becoming an adult, you have problems with your parents, and you look to your friends for support. It’s a universal theme.”

Maybe it’s the Universal theme of friendship that really made it the sitcom it is now.