Los Angeles, .- The actress Jennifer Aniston said today that she would participate in a meeting of “Friends” and said, in addition, that “anything can happen” regarding a hypothetical continuation of one of the most successful comedies in the history of television
Aniston, who next week premieres the Netflix film “Murder Mystery” with Adam Sandler, today went on the set of Ellen DeGeneres program, where the popular presenter asked him to make a “Friends” meeting.
“Okay, why not?” Aniston answered amid the shouts of the audience.
“Listen, I told you, I would do it (…) The girls (Courtney Cox and Lisa Kudrow) would do it, and the boys would do it (Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer), I’m sure,” she said. actress, before ensuring that “anything can happen”.
Later, Aniston, who played Rachel in that television comedy, joked with DeGeneres about a continuation of “Friends” in which only she appeared, without the other five original characters, and in which the presenter was the neighbor next door. .
In addition, Aniston recalled that this year marks a quarter of a century of the issuance of the first chapter of “Friends”, which took place on September 22, 1994.
For years, fans of “Friends”, a comedy about the adventures and misadventures of six young people in New York, have speculated about new chapters of this series without, for the moment, any plan or project has been made specific.
“Friends” closed in 2004 ten seasons of success after 236 episodes on the air, but the comedy is still a phenomenon for countless fans around the world who are still willing to see, again and again in repositions or digital platforms, the stories of Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Ross, Chandler and Joey.
An example of the passion that still surrounds “Friends” came at the end of 2018, when the rumor spread that “Friends” was going to come out of the Netflix catalog.
Fortunately for its followers, Netflix confirmed shortly after that “Friends” will continue in its offer at least during 2019, a good news that, nevertheless, had a great cost: according to The New York Times, the digital platform paid 100 million dollars to Warner to preserve the series during this year. (EFEUSA)