AceShowbiz - Amid the many classic TV show reboots, fans may wonder if they will ever get a new iteration of NBC's "Friends". And much to everyone's excitement, original star Jennifer Aniston has given some hope to those wishing for a "Friends" revival.
Appearing on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Friday, February 2, the 48-year-old actress weighed in on a potential "Friends" reunion. The topic was brought up when Jennifer did the clap from "Friends" theme song, prompting Ellen DeGeneres to say, "Y'all should do a 'Friends' reunion. I know people keep asking that."
"Is it even a possibility? Is it even in the realm of possibility?" the host continued. "Anything is a possibility, Ellen. Anything. Right?" the Emmy-winning actress replied. "I mean, George Clooney got married. That's like anything can happen."
Recently, fans went crazy when a fake "Friends" trailer from "Cougar Town" went viral. "It's just, like, sort of these weird clips from things that clearly have nothing to do with Friends and it's called Friends movie trailer," Lisa Kudrow told Conan O'Brien recently.
"I don't know what. I don't know what. They're rebooting everything, but I don't know how does that work with 'Friends', though? That was about people in their, you know, 20s, 30s. The show isn't about people in their 40s, 50s. And if we have the same problems then that's just sad," Lisa continued. "That's not fun!"
During the episode, Jennifer also talked about her upcoming series with Reese Witherspoon. "It doesn't really have a title yet. But it sort of takes place behind the scenes of New York media world and the morning talk shows and all of that fun sort of ripe at the moment," Jennifer explained. The actress also said that the series, which will air on the new Apple network, would tackle "the competition and everything that goes on behind those scenes, which has been quite enlightening."
Jay Carson ("House of Cards") has been tapped to pen the script. Michael Ellenberg, Reese, Jennifer, Steve Kloves and Lauren Levy Neustader will executive produce the upcoming show.