Published: Thu, January 16, 2020
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Interest all round for Friends reunion

Interest all round for Friends reunion

Max, which will become the home of all new scripted and unscripted programs from TBS, TNT and truTV, will hopefully end that headache, Reilly said.

"There is interest all around and yet we can't get the interests all alighted to push the button on it", HBO Max's Chief Creative Officer Kevin Reilly said about the reunion special at TCA. "Today it's just maybe".

Aniston, who orchestrated the recent reunion of the cast for a photo that launched her Instagram account (and temporarily crashed the platform), in early November alluded to the project while on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

In any case, this is an official confirmation (of a "may be ...'), something we had never had before, so we'll keep an eye out because, seen as seen, 2020 is the year of the "come back" of many series and movies, and we are sure that 'Friends" It is historically, if not one of the most anticipated, the most!

Later, she told pal Ellen DeGeneres while appearing on her U.S. chat show host: "I would love for there to be something, but we don't know what that something is".

"We are always trying to think of something to do, but we have to figure out what the right thing is", Aniston formerly informed" Entertainment Tonight" "But we will".

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Since the parties are at a monetary impasse, the special may not be ready for HBO Max's spring launch, which may put the streaming service at a disadvantage with NBCUniversal's Peacock also set to debut that season. "We're working on something".

On the replacement hand, the e-newsletter famed that Kauffman and Crane told followers that they is presumably no longer fervent on the "Mates" 25th-anniversary panel on the Tribeca TV Festival in September.

Warner Bros paid $425 million for the rights to stream "Mates".

Aniston, 50, initial hinted at the reunion in an October see to "The Ellen DeGeneres Show", where she was pushed for information concerning a feasible reboot of the famous amusing. Although the exact details of those dynamics aren't yet hashed out (including the window of time between a show's linear air dates and its streaming availability), there's an overarching plan for the properties to "work together", he said.

Added Crane, "We did the show we wanted to do".

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