“Friends” will be leaving Netflix next year, but the show will be available on Warner’s streaming service, the company has announced online.

“The One Where We Have To Say Goodbye,” Netflix captioned the post on Twitter, paying homage to the popular TV series by copying the show’s style in the post.

The company announced that the “Friends” series will go to Warner’s streaming service in early 2020. “Thanks for the memories, gang,” the Netflix’s post read.

The post has led to some anger among the fans who have subscribed to the streaming service, with some even suggesting that they will end their subscription when the show leaves next year, US Weekly reported.

Commenting on the Netflix post, one fan wrote that the loss of popular shows like “Friends” is the reason why Hulu is dominating the market. Another fan suggested that the loss of the show means loss of subscribers, a sentiment many others also echoed in their comments.

Netflix paid $100 million last year to keep “Friends” on its platform, Buzzfeed reported. Another popular show that will be leaving the streaming platform in 2021 is “The Office,” which is another bad news for the fans of the show.

With “Friends” being available on WarnerMedia’s HBO Max streaming service, many of the fans of the show may take the subscription there. In a press release, the company said that the streaming platform will have “an impressive direct-to-consumer experience for everyone ranging from families with young children to adults of all ages.”

Apart from “Friends,” some of the other popular shows on HBO Max are “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” and “Pretty Little Liars.” As far as the movies are concerned, Reese Witherspoon and “Riverdale” executive producer Greg Berlanti will be working on new projects for the streaming service.

"Friends" cast
"Friends" stars (L to R) David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow, Matthew Perry, Courteney Cox Arquette, Jennifer Aniston and Matt LeBlanc pose backstage during the 54th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium on Sept. 22, 2002 in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images/Robert Mora