The “FRIENDS” series cast is reportedly on board for the incredibly teased Friends Reunion special with the stars and creators at Upcoming Streaming Platform HBO Max.
After the 25th anniversary of its launch, the cast of the iconic comedy series Friends is supposed to get together for an unscripted reunion special.
HBO, having received the full archives of episodes for its new streaming platform, HBO Max, it was working on a reunion special with the cast of FRIENDS.
Following difficult discussions, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, and Matthew Perry have reached an agreement with the series’ producer Warner Bros. TV. They do deal for the FRIENDS Reunion Special.
No one actors would talk about Reunion, but according to Deadline, each of the six actors will be paid in the $3 million-$4 million for appearing in the Reunion special.
Friends co-creators and executive producers Marta Kauffman and David Crane are demanded to have some engagement in the special after HBO Max stripped out $425 million for the rights to the iconic series.
AT&T Inc’s Warner Bros Television reported the Journal there is no deal with the actors. A WarnerMedia spokesman did not quickly respond to Reuter’s questions linked to the news.
Now, Streaming Platform HBO Max acquired the rights to all ten seasons of Friends series for its streaming service.
A fancy tweet by Matthew Perry earlier this week killed fans in the excitement that Friends Reunion special could be announced soon.
Last year, Jennifer Aniston talked to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, “We would love for there to be something, but we don’t know what that something is. So we’re just trying. We’re working on something.”Also read Disney Plus set to launch in India as Disney Plus Hotstar