It's Reunion Time for ‘Friends’!
Now that we have your attention, let’s put it straight, that the all-time loved show ain’t coming back, just that the cast of NBC's hit sitcom 'Friends' is scheduled to come together next month for the first time on the network since the series ended in 2004 for a tribute to TV comedy director James Burrows, who recently helmed his 1,000th TV episode (15 of which were Friends).
Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer will be part of a star-studded tribute to the 75-year-old Burrows.
The Feb. 21 special will also see the casts of other comedy shows that Burrows has directed, which includes 'Cheers,' 'Frasier' and 'Will & Grace.'
The six performers, whose careers were launched by the show, have rarely come together as a group since the show went off the air.
'Friends,' which premiered in 1994 became one of NBC's most-watched shows and has appeared on lists of the greatest TV shows in history.