Ever since “Friends” aired its final episode in 2004, fans have been clamoring for a reunion, be it in the form of more episodes, a movie or even a reunion show.
But in a new interview, former “Friends” star Lisa Kudrow tells CNN that there were never plans for a film, adding that a reunion just isn’t going to happen, despite a recent hoax featuring a realistic-looking teaser for a reunion show.
“[S]omeone came up with a fake story and got some publication to lie that there was going to be a reunion, so I saw on Twitter people were posting this article that NBC was really going to do it,” she said. “And I went, ‘Wait a minute, was I not invited? Oh my God, maybe there is one and I wasn’t asked to do it.’”
The “Easy A” star adds that she has had a number of her “Friends” co-stars on her Showtime series “Web Therapy,” from Courteney Cox and David Schwimmer in past seasons and an upcoming episode featuring Matt LeBlanc.
Kudrow spoke with CNN to discuss the third-season return of “Web Therapy” and creating the newly-resurrected “Who Do You Think You Are?” for TLC, both of which return on Tuesday, July 23.