Every Friends fan remembers the adorable child actors from the show. Little Ben Gellar, Phoebe’s triplets, baby Emma, and many others have been living their best life after getting worldwide recognition. But what exactly are they up to these days?
The secret ingredients of a great TV show are a non-cliche plot, relatable characters that don’t make you cringe, and good acting. As the following examples show you, you can definitely have subpar main characters and still enjoy the show.
Those two would never even look at each other in real life!
Since it’s a very relatable holiday, many TV series have episodes dedicated to turkey-eating, but it was “Friends” who made Thanksgiving Day a meta-tradition inside the show.
According to multiple sources, after filming the Friends Reunion special, Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer listened to their hearts and finally started dating!
It doesn’t happen too often, but there’s a few shows out there that have risked having an invisible character on the roster.
Friends: The Reunion is a special episode that will bring together all those who have worked on the series that has become an integral part of the modern culture.
Many TV shows can run for decades, and it is fascinating to watch how your favorite characters grow up and even grow old…
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The first season of “Friends” was released over 26 years ago. In case you missed it, the plot revolved around a group of six friends who couldn’t live a single day without each other. We loved watching them hunt for jobs in NY, build relationships, get married, and in Ross’s case, get divorced a few times too many.
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And no interaction is as prized as the romantic relationship. Let’s take a look at some of the best girlfriends we’ve seen in sitcoms over the years, just so you know what to look for.
Before we get to the good part, here’s a friendly reminder: COVID-19 is still lurking outside, trying to infect every single one of us. But if you’re sticking to the quarantine rules, you should be fine. So stay inside, keep your distance from people, and wash your hands – it’s all you need to do now to make that curve eat grass.
We were all hoping and praying it would happen and finally our prayers have been answered. The “Friends” reunion is happening and everyone including the original cast is super excited about it. Courtney Cox, Jennifer Aniston, Lisu Kudrow, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer all posted a photo from a “Friends” photoshoot on their Instagram with a caption “It’s happening”.
Is there a TV series you like re-watching over and over? Maybe Seinfeld or Friends? If you do, you probably have a favorite episode. Well, it turns out, people’s tastes aren’t so different, because thousands of viewers have voted, and now we have a list of top 7 most re-watched TV episodes ever. Some spoilers may occur, so tread lightly!
The story of six cheerful friends, told with a terrific sense of humor, was strikingly different from the soap operas popular back in the 90s. Even to this day, “Friends” are one of the most beloved TV shows in the world, according to the results of numerous surveys.
We love the main heroes of our favorite shows, but weirdly enough, most of the time they’re overrated. We know the show is about them, but sometimes it’s the characters in the background that catch our attention more. A funny phrase here, a silly expression there, and we’re sold, demanding spin-off series for them!
Here’s that fresh breeze from the Great Nostalgia ocean. You may not remember the 90s but the 90s sure do remember you!