Daily popularity charts for Friends. Goodviews aggregates millions of public data points including search trends, social media activity, downloads, and more to create daily charts showing the popularity of Friends and hundreds of other TV Shows online.
Peak Top TV rank this year: #14 on August 4, 2020
Chart History
Overall #16
TBS #1
Comedy #4
Drama #10
Friends in Top TV Overall
Recent News
10 Shows Like Friends That You Should Watch If You Like Friends
Friends is now back on the streaming market thanks to HBO Max, meaning you may already be in the middle of your umpteenth binge of the iconic sitcom. Whether you're in it to relive the lobster saga of...
The One Where We List the ‘Friends’ Cast’s Best Performances After the Show
Friends is a television sitcom you may have heard of. Airing on NBC from 1994-2004, the show about six friends who hang out in annoyingly expensive New York apartments and sometimes a coffee shop became...
Why Psych Is and Always Will Be My Favorite Fallback Show
Image Source: Everett CollectionWhile some people always go back to The Office or Friends when rewatching favorite shows, I've always gravitated toward Psych. The show, which follows the antics of fake-psychic...
‘Intelligence’ Review: David Schwimmer Can’t Quite Salvage a Senseless Peacock Comedy
No matter your opinion of Ross Geller, the actor behind him is an objectively deft comic performer. David Schwimmer only got better during his decade-long, career-making time on “Friends,” and that we...
TVLine Items: Kinnear Plays Husband to Cox, Star Wars Vet to Hulu and More
Courteney Cox has found her new TV husband: Greg Kinnear (House of Cards, Rake) will star opposite the Friends vet in the Starz horror-comedy pilot Shining Vale, our sister site Deadline reports.The potential...
Why You Can’t Watch Classic NBC Sitcoms ‘Friends’ and ‘Seinfeld’ on NBCU’s Peacock
NBCUniversal’s Peacock features numerous fan favorite NBC sitcoms like “30 Rock,” “Cheers,” “Frasier” and, eventually, “The Office.” But two of its “Must See” shows are noticeably absent from its slate...
‘Intelligence’ Review: Schwimmer Is Off the Leash, Baby!
After Friends ended in 2004, David Schwimmer (Ross "Pivot!" Gellar) took on lots of fascinating career moves. He's directed Simon Pegg comedies and Clive Owen thrillers. He's done lots of theater work....