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Friends jump-started a lot of actors' and actresses' careers during its decade-long run. In fact, the highly-rated sitcom was the first gig that Criminal Minds’ Paget Brewster got, but she came very close to losing that job entirely. Or so she thought.
You already know what your favorite TV shows are, and you probably know what your friends’ favorite shows are, particularly if they’re outspoken on social media. But have you ever wondered how the people making those series feel about all the projects populating TV history?
When we think of the epic romances of NBC's classic sitcom Friends, we think Ross and Rachel. We think Chandler and Monica. If it's an off day, we might even think Joey and Rachel. But what about that dynamic duo of the group who never hopped, skipped, and/or jumped into bed together?
Of anyone from the Friends ensemble, Jennifer Aniston has arguably gone on to have the best, and most prolific career – but in the early stages, the show almost didn’t get her in the first place.
Taylor Swift has been bringing onstage a slew of celebrities during her big 1989 Tour, including other musicians, TV personalities and even sports figures. This week, the singer totally outdid herself, however, when she invited an extremely famous TV character onstage.
Here are 9 characters from TV’s modern era that retained their core look throughout entire runs of a series. Some of these shows are still on the air, so they could technically introduce some major changes next season, but they probably won’t.
When a show is a hit, the stars have a ton of control as far as their contracts go, as they know they play a large part in the shows success. In the early 2000’s the cast of Friends were able to negotiate $1 million per episode for themselves. And one creator doesn't look too fondly at it.
When TV shows reach a certain level of popularity, all of their qualities are generally embraced by the viewing audience. But all it takes is a quick step back to recognize the faults, which usually involve one awful character stinking up the joint. So here are 11 sitcom characters that should be recognized for the horrors that they are.
In its ten years on the air, Friends went through an apartment building’s worth of guest stars from celebs in all walks of life. So many years later, the one that always springs to mind first is Adam Goldberg’s Eddie Menuek, one of the best/worst roommates in all of TV. And it almost didn't happen.
It’s strange to think that Friends has been off the air now for over eleven years, and Saturday Night Live cast member Vanessa Bayer pulled out an extremely solid impression of Rachel Green on Jimmy Kimmel Live! recently, and it makes us want more.
There was one person Friends wanted who would have been a coup if Friends could have gotten him. Apparently, back in the day, the crew reached out none other than former The Beatles and Wings musician Paul McCartney to play a role on the show.
Matt LeBlanc channels Joey Tribbiani through song on The Graham Norton Show, and it is just as funny as you would imagine.
it seems likely that NBC would hemorrhage a sextet of paydays if the Friends cast would be interested in returning to the network together. But in this case, it turns out Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman is the biggest obstacle.
Sad news, Friends fans. It looks like a Friends reunion will never happen. Actress Courteney Cox recently hinted at why we will never see Monica, Chandler, Ross, Rachel, Joey and Phoebe reunite, and the reason may not be what you think it is.
TV comedies have been full of amazing couples over the years that we’d love to have spent more time with, but then there are those that we can only assume are absolute horrors to live with. Here are ten couples that each personify in different ways all of the things that we would abhor in a dual-roommate system.