Friends

Don’t miss out on tickets to see Friends in theaters!


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We may have said our goodbyes to Friends 15 years ago, but the 25th anniversary of the show is bringing them back and fans are ready to celebrate. For three days — Sept. 22, Sept. 28 and Oct. 2 — theaters across the US will screen Friends 25th: The One With The Anniversary

Tickets are on sale now, so you can watch Friends on the big screen in theaters. Each night will include four different episodes, never-before-seen content and exclusive interviews (we’re assuming with the cast and director) all in 4K high definition.

If you’re ready to relive ’90s sitcom glory and watch Rachel, Ross, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe and Joey on the big screen, then here’s what you need to do to buy tickets.

How to decide which night to go

Any night you choose is sure to be amazing if you’re a huge Friends fan. Heck, you can even go all three showings. But if you can only go one night, here’s what will be playing each night.

Sept. 22 episodes: Pilot – ReDo, The One With The Blackout, The One With The Birth and The One Where Ross Finds Out.

Sept. 28 episodes: The One With The Prom Video, The One Where No One’s Ready, The One With The Morning After and The One With The Embryos.

Oct. 2 episodes: The One With Chandler In A Box, The One With Ross’s Wedding – Part 2, The One Where Everybody Finds Out and The One Where Ross Got High

How to buy tickets to Friends in theaters

1. Visit the Fathom Events website.

2. Enter your ZIP code to see which theaters around you are playing Friends.

3. Select the date(s) you’d like to attend and then click on the orange button with the showtime. 

4. Depending on which site the theater sells tickets through (most are Atom Tickets or the theater’s website), you’ll be taken to that site to finish ordering your tickets. Note that since it’s a special event, ticket prices may be higher than usual.

5. That’s it! Now you can start the countdown to celebrating Friends 25th anniversary in theaters.

Originally published earlier this year.

source: cnet.com

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