Since the cast of Friends announced they were no longer on a break, the media has been abuzz with TV reunion news. From the cast reunion of Desperate Housewives to the Parks and Recreation quarantine special, it seems every popular show wants a slice of the pie!

But which of the world's most popular shows do Brits want to see back on their screens most? OnBuy investigated which popular boxsets are most in-demand and the results may surprise you. (Spoiler: Friends doesn't come out on top!)

Brits still want more from iconic TV shows like Breaking Bad, Gossip Girl and Modern Family!

OnBuy can reveal Brits are most interested in Game of Thrones returning to the small screen. Yes, even after the disappointing finale watched by 19.3 million on their television screens! In fact, 34,990 people a month Google the show to ask if a reunion or new series is in the works.

Game of Thrones just eclipses the TV reunion phenomenon that is the Friends special.

Friends has been enjoying somewhat of a renaissance ever since the famous 6 announced a special IS in the works via their individual Instagram accounts. In fact, 33,150 people on average a month Google the show to find out more about the planned reunion or possible new series. Proving the Friends TV reunion could be "The One Where" the whole world watches!

Equally, the surprise Gavin and Stacey Christmas special aired last year reignited our love affair with the British sitcom. To find out "what's occurring" in regard to another reunion or possible new series, 8,510 people on average a month Google the show.

Brits want this TV reunion to happen

Brits are less keen on seeing more from TV shows like Cheers, 30 Rock and The West Wing...

OnBuy's research reveals there is much less buzz about a TV reunion from shows like The OC (180 monthly searches), The X-Files (150 monthly searches), The West Wing (150 monthly searches), 30 Rock (130 monthly searches) and Cheers (50 monthly searches).

The results in full can be seen here:

OnBuy's top tip: If reading this has inspired you to binge-watch popular TV series, you might want to think about setting up your very own home cinema system indoors or in your garden. Just don't forget the most important ingredient: popcorn!

If you're more of a book person, don't forget to check out our list of the UK's favourite books instead!

TV SeriesAvg. Monthly Search Volume
Game of Thrones34,990
Friends33,150
Gavin and Stacey8,510
Breaking Bad4,700
Gossip Girl3,980
Modern Family2,530
Orange is the New Black2,330
Gilmore Girls1,730
Lost1,720
Seinfeld1,660
Frasier1,330
One Tree Hill940
House of Cards920
ER700
Twin Peaks670
The Office650
Buffy the Vampire Slayer620
Little Britain560
M*A*S*H450
Veep450
Parks and Recreation440
The Big Bang Theory420
The Wire370
Mad Men360
The Sopranos330
Desperate Housewives290
The OC180
The X-Files150
The West Wing150
30 Rock130
Cheers50

Methodology

OnBuy analysed Google search volumes using the keyword analytics section of online visibility and marketing tool SEM Rush. For each of the 30 TV shows analysed, a variety of keywords were taken into consideration – such as the show title followed by "reunion", "new series" and "new season" – to maximise results!