Focusing on six friends and their often-dysfunctional lives in NYC, the show made household names of stars like Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Matt LeBlanc.
However, it seems that not everyone is happily clapping along to the catchy theme tune this time round – in fact, some people are finding it pretty offensive.
There were many problems in Friends, like how do they afford those apartments, what happened to Ugly Naked Guy, and who ever thought it would be a good idea to pair Joey and Rachel? But in today's changed times, David Crane and Marta Kauffman's show has a new problem.
Taking to Twitter, some people have branded Friends "homophobic and misogynistic", while also taking offence at the fat-shaming of Monica Geller's plumper days.
It's crazy to watch "Friends" on Netflix now and realize how homophobic and misogynistic the show really was.- Greg Willis (@thegwillis) March 1, 2015
Rewatching Friends on Netflix and damn! Never realised just how annoying and homophobic Ross was with stuff like this! Did always love Carol and Susan though, should have known ]]>😅🏳🌈🐣🐻