A new 425 million dollar deal between WarnerMedia and HBO Max moves the cult-classic sitcom to the upcoming streaming platform expected to launch summer 2020 after Netflix—which paid $100 million to prolong its streaming for one more year—finally decided to say goodbye to one of its most streamed series ever.

The problem is that HBO Max’s launch is five months away, so the show isn’t available anywhere during the transitional period, making DVD boxset-owning fans lucky. But once it launches, all 236 episodes will be available on the platform for at least 5 years. Similar faith has a fictional docuseries The Office, which is scheduled to leave Netflix by the end of 2020 and air on NBCUniversal’s own streaming platform, Peacock, which aims to launch April this year.

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