The success of the Will & Grace and Roseanne revivals has stirred up talk of revisiting virtually every successful sitcom, including The Office (but in that case, only for a holiday special), as well as many dramas. But NBC is actually showing some restraint in that regard—at…
If you’re a Friends fanatic who’s dreamed of getting your daily cup of joe from the same place Ross, Rachel, Chandler, Monica, Phoebe, and Joey frequented on the beloved sitcom, there’s good news — the fictional establishment might be coming to a…
Millennials watching Friends on Netflix have expressed reservations about the popular sitcom’s storylines, describing it as transphobic, homophobic and sexist.
Remember when Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon worked together on Friends? Jennifer played Rachel (of course) and Reese played the part of her sister, Jill!
Fans of the show “Friends” know that Central Perk isn’t just the place where Gunther lives: It’s also where Ross, Rachel, Joey, Chandler, Monica and Phoebe get their coffee fixes.
Reboots are all the rage in 2017, but don’t hold your break for a Friends one. That idea has been shot down by various cast members and the creators as well. A reunion doesn’t seem to be on the…
These days, it seems like any TV show is fair game for a revival. Roseanne is heading back to ABC in 2018, and Will & Grace is preparing to return to NBC this fall. Why not Friends?
Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman says that the beloved NBC comedy won’t be making a comeback.
It’s been more than a dozen years since the beloved cast of Friends spent their days hanging around New York City apartments and cafés, getting into (and out of) trouble together.
OMG! A musical based on Friends is going to debut in NYC later this year! In the fall, to be exact.
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Ross is going on another break.
A 10-year-old Matthew Perry had no problem throwing punches, but can a 47-year-old Perry take them?