People who started watching NBC’s popular sitcom, ‘Friends’ in 1994 will attest to the fact it was one of those TV shows you wish it never ended.
There was a desire that the creators of the show, Marta [Kauffman] and David [Crane] will one day put together the cast for another episode.
I’m sorry to let you know that neither the cast nor the creators have any intention of doing that. In a recent revelation made by Lisa Kudrow, one of the cast during the two-hour HBO Max, which debuted on Thursday, May 27, said “That’s all up to [creators] Marta [Kauffman] and David [Crane] and I once heard them say, and I completely agree, that they ended the show very nicely, everyone’s lives are very nice.”
“They would have to unravel all those good things in order for there to be stories. I don’t want anyone’s happy ending unravelled.”
Courteney Cox, known in ‘Friends’ as Monica Geller was so emotional about the reunion event. “This will really make me cry but this will be the last time that we’re ever asked about the show as a group, that we will do this,” the Scream actress, 56, shared. “We’re not gonna do this again in 15 more years. … I’ll tell you one thing, we are not waiting so long to have dinner.”
According to the creators of ‘Friends’, the show ended at the right time and moment in 2004 after a season 10.
“If the show was about that time in your life when your friends are your family, once you have family of your own, it’s no longer that time.” So the show came, I think, to a natural end.”
David Schwimmer revealed that he had a crush on Jennifer Aniston during the first seasons of the show, nonetheless, he never crossed that boundary. They were both “crushing hard on each other” and one of them always happens to be in a relationship.
I had a major crush on Jen—and I think we both at some point, were crushing hard on each other, it was like two ships passing because one of us was always in a relationship and we never crossed that boundary and we respected that.