Hopefully by now you know that there is no chance of any new episodes, new season, new Thanksgiving special or even a movie of the NBC sitcom "Friends." After about a little over a week after a rumor spread around the Internet about a confirmed comeback reunion season in 2104, any hopes of this actually happening have been dashed to pieces. Jennifer Aniston was surprised at the rumor and the show's co-creator, Marta Kauffman, laughed off the rumors saying it will never happen. Luckily the ten seasons of the show are in syndication and the actors from "Friends" are all working. Where are they working? Luckily for you, this article will catch you up!
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Jennifer Aniston (Rachel Green):
Pretty much everybody knows what Jen is up to these days. The world Hollywood superstar is currently engaged to actor/writer Justin Theroux. Her upcoming projects include 4 new movies and she still has yet to announce her wedding date. Aniston is the most famous of the "Friends" alumni.
Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe Buffay):
After a series of failed television projects after "Friends" went off the air, Lisa Kudrow has landed a very impressive gig on her show "Web Therapy." Kudrow portrays therapist Fiona Wallace who branches out into the world of "video chatting" for her sessions. The show is comprised of 3 minute improvised "sessions" with reoccurring and guest characters.
Courteney Cox (Monica Geller):
Though in her personal life she had to go through a divorce, Courteney Cox has seen a great amount of success with her TBS series "Cougar Town." The show was originally on ABC but moved to TBS this year. This comedy focuses on Cox's character Jules Cobb, a 40-something divorcee, who is focusing on the next chapter in her life. "Cougar Town" has had a lot of success and is arguably one of the smarter comedies on television.
David Schwimmer (Dr. Ross Geller):
After "Friends," David Schwimmer has been keeping himself busy. He has even worked behind the camera, directing the film the TV series "Little Britain USA" and the Clive Owen film Trust (to name a few). David has also done a lot of theater acting as well. He even guest starred on Lisa Kudrow's show "Web Therapy."
Matt LeBlanc (Joey Tribbiani):
Matt LeBlanc had a spinoff series from "Friends" entitled "Joey." This show followed the comical "Friends" character perusing his acting career in Los Angeles. It was canceled after two years. Now Matt currently plays himself on the Showtime series "Episodes."
Matthew Perry (Chandler Bing):
Besides dating Lizzy Kaplan, Matthew Perry currently stars in the NBC comedy "Go On." Perry plays a sportscaster who undergoes group therapy. He also has a reoccurring role on "The Good Wife," where he stretches his dramatic acting chops.
So there you have it. Plenty of projects to see your favorite "Friends" actors today.