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.
Recently, one enterprising fan took a look at one of the show’s most humorous plotlines—revolving around the oodles and gobs of cash Joey owed Chandler throughout the series—and found that by the end of the series, Joey actually ended up taking a lot of handouts.
Matthew Perry is an actor who, despite many genuine attempts, hasn’t been able to pull his career out of the shadow of the hit comedy Friends, so it’s extremely interesting to know that Perry was one terrible series order away from completely missing out on playing Chandler Bing.
Recently former Friends and current Episodes star Matt LeBlanc spoke out about his HUGE salary during his days on NBC’s hit comedy. Here’s why he says he really pushed for a cool $1 million dollar paycheck.
Friends fans may be gearing up for a massive 2015 binge-watch, as the beloved NBC comedy series is about to make its streaming debut on Netflix. Those die-hard Friends fans may already have a mental catalog of talented actors who've crossed the threshold of Central Perk, but if it's been a while since you've watched the show, you may be surprised...
Here at Cinema Blend, we hope you’re having the best Thanksgiving of your life, because the holidays are about spending time with those you love. (Among other gravy-covered things.) But we’re not so naïve to think that happiness is the only emotion happening any time a big group of family members gets together. At least you don't have to spend the holidays with these people.
Sometimes the internet offers its own brand of genius. It happened this week when an avid Youtuber mashed up shots from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy along with The Rembrandts, “I’ll Be There For You,” more commonly known as the Friends theme song to create the impeccable “Friends of the Galaxy.”
It's a big day for streaming video. Earlier, we learned that HBO is finally going to launch a stand-alone streaming service. And now Netflix has announced that they're finally going to offer all ten seasons of Friends streaming.
While online streaming is still a ways away from completely replacing traditional television viewing, it is ubiquitous enough at this point to make "Why isn't this show on Netflix yet?" a fairly common inquiry. As such, here are ten completed series that Netflix needs to add to its stocked library posthaste, so that we may forget things like Hemlock Grove exist.
There was a mini Friends reunion on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, with Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow reprising their sitcom roles for a bit of Kimmel’s fan fiction.
It’s tough to believe that NBC’s Friends first hit the schedule nearly 20 years ago. While the show has been off the air for half of that time, premiering its final episode in 2004, it left behind a legacy of millions and millions of fans. Next month, to celebrate twenty years of Friends, a Central Perk pop-up coffee shop will be giving out free coffee to fans,
There is no expiration date on any of Williams’ innumerable energetic performances, but we thought now would be a good time to celebrate a selection of his most memorable television roles and appearances. Hop into the egg ship and come along with us, won’t you?
Nearly a decade ago, the laugh track was much more common, with popular shows like Friends and Seinfeld cueing audience members on when to laugh. Friends, in particular, is built on jokes layered on other jokes, but what would the show be without its signature humor? The answer is explored in the video, and it’s pretty strange.
File this one under "ohmygodthissounsdamazing!": Friends creator, writer, and executive producer Marta Kauffman has done it again, crafting a comedy we're fairly excited about for Netflix called Grace and Frankie. Oh, and in case you weren’t sure whether or not to be excited about it, the show will star two of its executive producers — you might've heard of them before? — the incomparable Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda.
There are certain comedies that are known for how they acknowledge a specific holiday. For example, The Office usually delivered a pretty fantastic Christmas episode, while Roseanne had some great Halloween episodes. And then there’s Friends, which had some pretty memorable Thanksgiving episodes. So what better way to spend Thanksgiving Day than watching TBS’s Friends marathon?