Find your next guilty pleasure! These Amazon Prime sitcoms are the perfect watch if you're one of the many people who have watched Friends start to finish more times than you'd like to admit. Pop on these series while you continue debating whether Ross and Rachel were really on a break.
Canadians still have the advantage of being able to stream unlimited episodes of all 10 seasons of the beloved sitcom.
However, if you're looking for something fresh to start off your sunny summer days, these six comedy series are sure to tickle your fancy.
Here you'll find gal pals living together, coworkers becoming family in a giant superstore, and even a group of six friends similar to the ones you know and love.
Hot in Cleveland
Rating: 81% on Rotten Tomatoes
A group of three girl friends end up in Cleveland after their flight gets landed and realize they're still desirable there despite their age. So they make the city their new home where they live with a sarcastic but loveable caretaker.
Rating: 84% on Rotten Tomatoes
Follow the lives of quirky employees working together in a giant Walmart like superstore that has a lot more going on every day than you'd expect, making for a hilarious and lighthearted watch.
Rating: 85% on Rotten Tomatoes
Could this sitcom be any more like Friends? A group of six BFFs all met when a couple in their group brought them together. But after a nasty breakup, they find it difficult to remain friends while navigating adulthood together.
Rating: 88% on Rotten Tomatoes
A group of adult students are all attending the same community college together and get into some mischievous but memorable situations just like they're teenagers again.
2 Broke Girls
Rating: 92% on Google
Max and Caroline are co-workers and roommates with a big dream of opening up a cupcake business together but constantly find themselves stuck with no money to make their hopes come true.
Rating: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes
A Korean-Canadian family who owns a convenience store in the heart of downtown Toronto finds it difficult to adapt their old school attitude to the changing world around them.