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The Rembrandts perform the show's hit theme song 'I'll Be There for You' with special appearance by Gunther in Netflix's video announcement.
The former 'Friends' star will play Oscar Madison as well as write and executive produce the new take on Neil Simon's Broadway play.
In the new issue of PEOPLE magazine, the former 'Friends' star opens up about his addiction to pills and alcohol.
Meanwhile, the show's co-creator Marta Kauffman nixes a 'Friends' reunion, saying, 'I'm going to clear this up-it's not happening!'
A stage musical inspired by the music of the Cuban-born singer and her husband Emilio is headed to Broadway.
The 'Cougar Town' actress will guest star on the NBC comedy headlined by her former 'Friends' co-star, Perry.
After urging people to stop watching his show 'Go On' which he calls 'a complete abomination,' Perry apologizes for his statement in exchange for Percocets.
The former 'Friends' actor has reportedly reached out to the Los Angeles Galaxy star to cameo on his new sitcom.
Marc Warren, Kristin Chenoweth, Nathan Lane and Maura Tierney are among the guest stars featured in new photos from season 4.
The former 'Friends' star will portray a sportscaster on single-camera project 'Go On', which is written by Scott Silveri and executive produced by Todd Holland.
The guys from the Dalton Academy cover The Wanted's 'Glad You Came', while the girls of McKinley High deliver Kelly Clarkson's 'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)'.
The singer husband of Paula Patton was arrested in New York City on Friday, February 17 afternoon after officers saw him smoking a joint in the backseat of his chauffeured Cadillac Escalade.
It was announced that the 'Friends' star is tackling the role of an attorney in a case about suspicious police shooting.
In 'Second Chances' pilot which aired in 1987, the ex-Libyan dictator ends up in St. Peter's office in 2011 to be judged whether he will go to heaven or hell.
Keeping his sense of humor intact as he announces his decision to take a break from show business, the former star of 'Friends' says, 'Please enjoy making fun of me on the World Wide Web.'