“Friends” co-creator David Crane has spoken about a reunion for the popular NBC series, which ran from 1994 to 2004, The Wrap reports.
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“Friends” co-creator David Crane shut down rumors about a possible reunion for the popular NBC series, which ran from 1994 to 2004, The Wrap reports.
“Never happening,” Crane said Wednesday during an Emmy panel in a video posted online by the outlet. “Never, never, never. No. We have done it, it’s done.”
Rachel Bloom of the CW show “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” quickly asked Crane about a number of the famous couples.
“Doesn’t have to be canon,” she said. “But in your opinion – Ross and Rachel: how they doin’? Are they still together? Do you – do you think it’s sustainable?”
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“Yes, yes,” Crane confirmed that the characters played by David Schwimmer and Jennifer Aniston.
He added, “come on, Come on. They have really hard – for ten years – yes.”
But that was not all, “Friends” fans.
“Monica and Chandler, still good?” Bloom asked, referring to the couple played by Courtney Cox and Matthew Perry.
“Absolutely,” Crane said, before with the argument “that is the reason why you do not want to see more of, because it is all a happy ending.”