Friends (Polish TV series)

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Also known as'Przyjaciółki'
GenreDrama Series
Written byBeata Pasek
Directed byGrzegorz Kuczeriszka
StarringMałgorzata Socha
Anita Sokołowska
Joanna Liszowska
Magdalena Stużyńska
Bartłomiej Kasprzykowski
Lesław Żurek
Marcin Rogacewicz
Mariusz Zaniewski
Michał Rolnicki
Adam Krawczyk
Agnieszka Sienkiewicz
Composer(s)Łukasz Targosz
Country of originPoland
Original language(s)Polish
No. of seasons8
No. of episodes98
Production
Production location(s)Warsaw, Poland
Running time45 minutes
Production company(s)Akson Studio
Polsat
Release
Original networkPolsat
Picture format16:9 HDTV
Audio formatStereo
Original release6 September 2012 –
present
External links
Official website

Friends, also known under the original title Przyjaciółki, is a Polish drama which premiered on 6 September 2012 on Polsat.

Plot[edit]

The series follow the story of four friends who met in high school. Their paths then diverged. They meet again years later at a class meeting and realise that they need each other like they never did before. The action happens in Warsaw.

Production[edit]

The pilot episode was filmed in April 2012. Then it was watched by a group of people similar to the profile of the typical Polsat's viewer. The study found that people are willing to come back to it after an advertising break. A positive test result was reflected in the 13 episodes that filmed from July to September 2012.

Casts[edit]

Ratings[edit]

Friends premiered on Polsat on Thursday, 6 September 2012 at 10 pm and attracted the audience of 2.604 million. It reached the share of 25.22% in group "16–49" and 25.05% among all viewers. It was the most watched program in its timeslot.[1]

List of ratings by series
Series Episodes Timeslot Series premiere Series finale TV season Viewers (in millions) Average share (16-49)
1 13 Thursday 10 pm 6 September 2012 29 November 2012 Fall 2012 2 395 984 22,72%
2 13 Thursday 9 pm 28 February 2013 23 May 2013 Spring 2013 2 586 742 19,82%
3 13 6 March 2014 29 May 2014 Spring 2014 2 004 531 14,70%
4 11 11 September 2014 20 November 2014 Fall 2014 2 056 695 13,73%
5 12 5 March 2015 21 May 2015 Spring 2015 2 181 597 14,19%
6 12 3 September 2015 26 November 2015 Fall 2015 2 020 881 12,67%
7 12 3 March 2016 19 May 2016 Spring 2016 1 989 944 13,80%
8 12 1 September 2016 TBA Fall 2016

References[edit]

  1. ^ ""Przyjaciółki" wygrały z Gessler, a "Hotel 52" z "Paradoksem"". Retrieved 9 September 2012.