Friends: The Reunion | Official Trailer | HBO Max

Friends: The Reunion | Official Trailer | HBO Max

Our favorite friends are back on the set that started it all. Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer, and special guests reunite to discuss everything from their casting process to whether or not Ross and Rachel were really on a break. Witness the unbreakable bond of the group that perfectly captured the moment in life when your friends become your family.

Stream Friends: The Reunion May 27 on HBO Max.

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42 Responses

  1. Andrew Griggs says:

    Me to myself:
    I’m not crying, you’re crying 😭😭

    • Ar21end says:

      @Anas Al-ameen why do you have to be manly? This show has helped people with anxiety and other shit. For some people this is something to cry about. But if you do not cry then congratulations with being manly

    • Anas Al-ameen says:

      @Ar21end That’s the sad thing. A show helping you with anxiety, why not have real friends instead of living a social life vicariously through a show and relating so much to characters to the point of crying over them, when they don’t even know of your existence. It’s so f*kin pathetic to cry over a show.

    • Ar21end says:

      @Anas Al-ameen okay I am not trying to be disrespectful, but how old are you?
      Maybe you find it pathetic, but you simply can’t understand people with social amxiety. For those people it feels like it is impossible to have social ineractions. Of course it is better to have real friends but if you are mentally scared to talk to people a show like friends can play a big part in your life. And it seems to me you don’t understand that concept. When you have such an issue you can’t suddenly decide to be an extrovert and change your entire mindset. And you don’t even have to understand it, but you shouldn’t unsult the people who have admired the show so much.

    • Anas Al-ameen says:

      @Ar21end Bro, look at my pfp do you think an old man would use it? I’m 20 years old. I don’t really see how my age changes anything, but that does tell me that you’re probably an ageist and you readily discard older people’s opinions because in your juvenile mind you think you know better and they’re just decrepit and not able to adapt to the new culture.

      Anyways, to address your point there, people with social anxiety should go out and be social, replacing real social life with a show is very unhealthy it doesn’t solve the problem it may ameliorate it temporarily, but doesn’t resolve it at all. I think it’s a widely known fact that when you do something more you become less anxious about it. It’s not a perfect analogy but consider this, a man feels very dissatisfied with his life and instead of going out and doing something meaningful to change his reality, he resorts to drown the feeling with meaningless fleeting bouts of pleasure either by mindlessly scrolling through social media or to an extreme case, using drugs. You should not drown your feeling of loneliness or of the need to form friendships and have a social life with a show. It’s wrong.

      Bottom line is, I don’t care if you watch the show for entertainment. But, if you cry over it that’s indicative of a real problem which is you forming a pathological parasocial relationship with unreal characters over a screen, the sheer purpose of creating those characters was to generate profits which it massively succeeded in doing.

      Last thing, I was just joking when I said men shouldn’t cry. Crying is a human emotion, it’s okay if you express yourself by shedding a few tears if the situation is appropriate, but over a show, dude I could never respect a man who does that.

  2. SuperWiiBros08 says:

    finally is not a fake trailer

  3. Fábio Augusto says:

    “we felt like we had those friends” nothing describes it better

  4. eatyourgoddamncookies says:

    Whenever I feel sad, uncertain, and insecure, I watch Friends and realize that life will be okay soon :’)

  5. SP Randhawa says:

    1:29 just pause there.. that’s our joey and phobe 😭

  6. The Asian Theory says:

    Why does Ross, the largest friend, not simply eat the other five?

  7. LEAA113 says:

    *Im not crying, youre crying!*

  8. TAPERA FM says:

    Parabéns pelo trabalho Felicidades Like garantido Brasil 🇧🇷

    • Prof. Tiago Rodrigues - Física says:

      Quando ouvi o “Oh my God” da Janice deu até um arrepio!!! Kkkkkkk

  9. Yogesh Sh says:

    Man this show has really helped depressed people cope up with depression.

  10. क्या देखेगा ? says:

    It doesn’t matter what we expect from a show, it just appear and make us happy, make us smile, make us cry just like the old times.

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