“Friends” is No. 1 Show on HBO Max

Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry, Matt Leblanc and Lisa Kudrow in "Friends"

HBO Max announced that Friends is the “No. 1 performing show” on the platform to date.

The platform launched on May 27 and it was supposed to launch with the much-anticipated Friends reunion special, but filming has been put on hold due to the coronavirus.

Friends was on Netflix until December last year and started running exclusively on HBO Max in May. WarnerMedia paid more than $1 billion for multi-year exclusive rights to Friends and The Big Bang Theory.

The No. 2 performing show is Anna Kendrick’s Love Life, which closely follows Friends and was picked up for a second season last month.

The third spot goes to The Big Bang Theory and eight of the platform’s originals are in the top 25 series since its launch. The eight shows include Love Life, Doom Patrol, Looney Tunes Cartoons, Elmo’s Not-Too-Late Show, the ballroom competition series Legendary, Search Party, Close Enough, and Expecting Amy.