'Friends' Reunion Rumor: Allegedly Confirmed By NBC for Thanksgiving 2014
By Staff Writer | April 17, 2013 09:30 AM EDT
A "Friends" reunion rumor comes just three weeks after the ninth anniversary of the series finale. The alleged report about NBC confirming a "comeback reunion" caused a major uproar.
A picture denoting the potential reunion appeared Sunday, April 7 was posted on the internet by a morning radio show called "The Morning After," which resides on 106.9 with the KHITS radio station based in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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The picture was posted along with a simple message, "This is the best Sunday news, ever!" However there was no source provided for the image, nor was there any further information. The image showed the Central Perk couch and the caption "Friends: The One with the Reunion." Underneath the couch states, "Thanksgiving 2014."
However, a spokesperson for the Warner Bros. TV, which produced "Friends" shared the rumors are false. Also rumors of reunion of the popular series aren't exactly new, as many of the cast members are still finding success on television or in films.
It seems that fans are still highly interested in a reunion taking place, however for now it seems they must look into the DVD to pull out the entire ten seasons of "Friends" that lasted from September 22, 1994 to May 6, 2004.
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