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Friends is one of the most popular sitcoms to air on NBC during the network’s must-see TV heyday. Nowadays, it would be difficult to think about a world without Friends, but in the mid-nineties, the sitcom almost never came together.
For an entire decade, Matt LeBlanc played the role of Joey Tribbiani on Friends. The cast played the roles for a long time and LeBlanc even took a second NBC sitcom playing the same character. But when it was all over, he basically quit acting.
Most of us can guess how awesome it would be to act on a popular television show. You’d make lots of money and people would hang on your every word. Actually, most of that sounds like it could turn you into a douchebag. But luckily, sometimes new celebs get some good advice.
While Friends is pretty tame compared to today’s TV standards, it’s not necessarily a show that parents can enjoy with their really young kids. However, Friends lead David Schwimmer says there is one episode of the former NBC comedy he can’t wait to share with his kid.
There has been a lot of chatter about a possible Friends reunion in recent weeks. While some people seem to be opposed to a Friends reunion, there’s at least one former cast member who is keen on the idea.
People get extremely nostalgic when it comes to their entertainment preferences, and the 1990s offered up explosions of creativity across all media. Here are the 10 shows from the ‘90s that have been searched for the most on Google since 2004.
Although Matthew Perry is missing the NBC special thanks to working on his new play in London, The End of Longing, he recently spoke out about his experience on Friends, admitting that he had really been out of it for a huge chunk of the show’s 10-year run. Here's why.
A little slice of TV heaven will be airing on NBC next month, as an upcoming special will celebrate the iconic TV director James Burrows with a nearly complete reunion for the cast members of Friends. Here's your first look.
Fans have certainly been clamoring for a Friends reunion and the cast doesn’t seem opposed to the idea. However, Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman has been vocal about the fact that she does not want a reunion to happen.
You’re life may not be a joke, and you may not be broke, but the full-on Friends reunion set to occur later this month is already D.O.A., as one of the cast members won't be around for the taping. Can we get a sad set of claps from everyone?
Holy moly, the Friends cast is all about to reunite to shoot the same project. We’ll let you know as soon as the special gets a name and premiere date. While you wait, go ahead and toss your copy of Little Women in the freezer.
While today’s TV crossovers usually involve superheroes or Dick Wolf shows, networks used to be a little more cavalier in what series were thrown together in the name of quirkiness. NBC wanted Seinfeld and Friends to mesh, but here's why it didn't.
Friends has become one of those iconic comedies that play on TV all the time and still have scores of fans even though the show has been off the air for over 10 years. While many people have a favorite character, none of them has been as hated as Ross Geller. Now, one fan theory gives voice to a depressing idea that may make Ross even more despised.
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?