The Friends cast are finally about to start filming the long-awaited Friends reunion and could we BE any more excited?!
David Schwimmer - who played Ross in the US sitcom - confirmed the news on The Graham Norton Show on Friday night.
The actor revealed he was set to fly out to Los Angeles to start filming the Friends reunion special with his former co-stars Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry.
And that's not all - the show's set designer Greg Grande, has also revealed where the reunion will take place.
Greg shared a photo of Monica Geller's apartment to Instagram with the caption: "Sssh! Somethings happening, déjà vu... coming alive once again! #friends #monicasapt #friendsreuinion".
Set director Greg Grande recently shared a pic of the set of the upcoming #Friends reunion, and it makes us feel so :relaxed: pic.twitter.com/MJhjAwYKfJ
- The Streaming Guide (@thestreamguide) April 1, 2021
Friends originally aired in 1994 and lasted for 10 years, propelling all the cast to super stardom.
The highly-anticipated reunion was announced back in February 2020 and was originally meant to air last year to mark the show's 25th anniversary, but filming was pushed back due to the ongoing pandemic.
Thankfully, it now looks like filming for the Friends reunion is back on and it will be the first time the cast will have been together in a long time. Let's just say, they were on a break.
"I will get to see everyone for the first time in years," said David.
We are obviously desperate to know what else will happen in the reunion episode but the actor kept quiet on any massive spoilers.
He did however disclose that he will not appear as 'Ross' and the cast would not be in character and the show would be unscripted. Instead the cast will be appearing as themselves to share insights and go behind-the-scenes on the 90s sitcom, rather than a brand new episode.
"We are all ourselves, although there is one section of it that I don't want to give away, but we all read something," he said.
Could it be an 18-page letter? Front and back?
We'll just have to wait and see.
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