Fans from around the world always hoped for a Friends TV series reunion but hundreds of pleas by fans left unheard. It was earlier revealed that a Friends reunion could happen in future, but chances of getting all the six stars to come together to shoot a special are actually difficult. However, show's starlet Jennifer Aniston recently talked about Friends series and why the world will never get to see a season 11 of it.
Jennifer Aniston, who is currently busy promoting her Netflix original movie Dumplin', recently had a candid conversation with James Corden on his talk show, The Late Late Show With James Corden. During her conversation, the 49-year-old Aniston made some revelation that she is all set to follow up Friends but some of her co-stars are not that interested, reports NME.
"Listen, the girls always say we would love to do it again, and the boys are a little less excited about it for some reason, I don't know," she revealed. "And so, we've decided that we'll just do ... a remake of The Golden Girls in 40 years..."
Friends TV show first aired on NBC from 1994 to 2004 and had an ensemble cast starring Aniston, Courtney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, and Matthew Perry. The show followed the story of six friends in their 20s, living in Manhattan, New York City. Throughout its run for 10 years, Friends received acclaim from both fans and critics. Many even cited that it is one of the best television sitcoms of all times. The series was nominated for a total of 62 Primetime Emmy Awards, winning for six times.
Friends season 10 episode 17/18 titled "The Last One" showed how Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston) comes back to Ross Geller (David Schwimmer). The series ended with all the six friends leaving from their apartment and headed for a coffee. Ever since then, fans were hoping to see some new episodes. The reports of a Friends season 11 surfaced in the past when Matthew Perry stated that a reunion will ultimately ruin the classic ending of the show.
During his British talk show, This Morning, Matthew Perry talked about having a Friends' special episode.
"We don't want to sort of ruin that. Everybody asks about a reunion and there's been no real talk of that," Perry said. "It was such a great job, we all loved each other so much, and we all had such a wonderful time that subsequent jobs have been harder to do than that one"
As of now, there is no Friends season 11 or Friends reunion. But fans from around the world are still wishing if the cast and crew will have a change of heart in the near future.