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Friends - Friends Reunion With Original Cast Confirmed for HBO Max

Friends - Friends Reunion With Original Cast Confirmed for HBO Max
Friends - Friends Reunion With Original Cast Confirmed for HBO Max

Welcome Back Nation Tv, Friends Are Back one more time for Special reunion with Warner Bros Streaming Service HBO Max, All F.R.i.E.N.D.S   Cast will be together A staple of NBC's "Must See TV" friends has just passed 25th anniversary, this show hasn't really ended the show still available on Netflix, New Generation loves the show and keep watching it, Recently, Netflix lost the rights to run the show but Warner Bros. announced HBO Max they will have the right to air the show one more time,

The Series Friends is centered about 6 Friends in NYC, which follows their life, Personal, Romantic, all of this is in the very large apartments that they share and do everything in it, they also stay at the same Coffe shop, there was rumor about Friends Reunion from 2004 after the show ends  but recent negotiations kept stalling over budget concerns, Jennifer Aniston (Rachel Green) Lisa Kudrow (phoebe buffy) Matt LeBlanc (Joey) Courteney Cox (Monica) Matthew Perry (Chandler) David Schwimmer (Ross) have been cagey about reprising heir Roles in the Show until recently,

There are Reports from Deadline that Warner Bros. has secured the Show Cast to make their return, only for one hour of unscripted of Special reunion between the Iconic Character, Reuniting the cast is rumored to have cost Warner Bros every actor will get paid 4 Million Dollar,

Chief content officer for HBO Max Kevin Reilly joked, "Guess you could call this the one where they all got back together," a reference to the naming-scheme Friends used for each of its episodes throughout its 10-season run. WarnerMedia, who owns HBO Max, spent a whopping $425 million to secure the streaming rights to Friends, as a means to entice subscribers to pay $15 a month for the new service. Their hope is that old and new fans will flock to the service since it will be the only place the show is available to stream. The reunion special, however, might end up attracting subscribers unmoved by the ability to watch old episodes but intrigued enough by the promise of a cast reunion.

The biggest question dangling over this comes from the unscripted nature of the special. Are fans of the original show there to see the actors or the characters they portrayed? It doesn't seem like the special will answer any questions about the future of the characters after the finale. If that's the case, HBO Max subscribers should prepare themselves for more of a roundtable discussion rather than a full-fledged continuation of the series. It is likely fans will be treated to more behind the scenes stories from the cast, together again on a re-creation of one of the show's iconic sets, and if they're lucky, maybe Matt LeBlanc will ask the others, "How you doin'?"

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