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'The Golden Girls' comes home to Hulu this February

"Thank you for being a friend." Fans can watch Dorothy, Rose, Blanche and Sophia again on Hulu starting February 13.

The beloved '80s sitcom "The Golden Girls" may have ended in 1992, but thanks to Hulu you can still welcome these sassy seniors into your home.

Hulu has acquired the streaming rights for all seven seasons (180 episodes) of "The Golden Girls" and will start airing on February 13.

"You will see the biggest gift will be from us when The #GoldenGirls comes to Hulu 2/13. Thank you for being a friend," Hulu tweeted Saturday.

Starring Bea Arthur, Betty White, Rue McClanahan and Estelle Getty, the popular sitcom features the hilarious hijinks of sassy retirees Dorothy, Rose, Blanche, Sophia and also Stan, the only man brave enough -- or smart enough -- to keep the ladies happy.

The ladies' Miami bachelorette pad is the main place where the characters congregate, argue, drink tea, pontificate about life and laugh at their latest misadventures, including Rose famously shooting Blanche's vase, Dorothy playing popular TV game show "Grab That Dough," Rose rescuing her teddy bear from a mean little girl, and even a special visit from hunky actor of the day Burt Reynolds.

"This marks the first time one of the most popular series of all time will be available to stream all at once in one place," Hulu Head of Content Craig Erwich said Saturday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.

"Golden Girls" was nominated for 68 Emmy awards (and won 11 of them) during its run on NBC from 1985-1992.