Friends is one of the greatest sitcoms of all time. However, the iconic series wasn't always spot on when it came to casting.
Despite the persistent calls for a Friends TV show revival, the series' co-creator David Crane says it's never, ever happening.
While Friends is a very well-known and loved series, there are plenty of moments and storylines over the 10 seasons that just don't make sense.
From their poor romantic decisions to the way they treat each other, here are the problems with Friends that fans overlook.
NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt rules out the possibility of the network reviving or rebooting their hit '90s sitcom Friends.
Fans have wanted a Friends reunion since it finished in 2004. And, with the Roseanne revival paving the way, now is the perfect time for it.
As a show that seemed to be loved by an entire generation, Friends holds a place in so many people’s hearts, but doesn’t necessarily make sense.
Fourteen years after Friends ended, here are the darkest behind-the-scenes secrets that have come out about the cast since 2004.
When you really stop to pick apart its flaws, it's a miracle NBC captured lightning in a bottle with FRIENDS. Here's how it could have happened.
One Friends fan imagines what it would be like if the gang got back together for a reunion movie by editing a fake trailer.
Friends is an iconic sitcom loved by so many, but over 7 seasons the show definitely encountered its fair share of controversy.
The Friends fan base wants to see the gang return for another series. Unfortunately, it's never going to happen - here's why.
So what if you know all of the words to “Smelly Cat” or have Joey Tribbiani’s IMDb credits memorized? Here are the Friends secrets no one knows about.
Friends star Matt LeBlanc explains why he declined the role of wacky dad Phil Dunphy on long-running ABC sitcom Modern Family.
Ross and Rachel stole our hearts, but they weren't the only romantic couple on Friends. Which other couples could easily outmatch them?
It's been over 13 years since Friends went off the air, but that hasn't stopped fans from creating crazy theories concerning the Central Perk Six.
If you think you know everything about the Friends, think again. There was more off-screen drama to this sitcom than originally meets the eye.
Rachel and Ross from Friends may seem like an iconic sitcom couple, but there are so many reasons they don't belong together at all.
If a Friends revival or remake ever ends up happening, the downright hostile gay jokes from the original series should not make a return.