"I'm sorry what the f*** is this filter? Who am I supposed to be? Is this Chandler?" wrote one user.
James Michael Tyler, who played Gunther in "Friends," died after a three-year battle with cancer. Newsweek breaks down his most memorable moments.
Jennifer Aniston wrote "Friends would not have been the same without you," in a heartfelt tribute.
The "Friends" cast took a trip down memory lane as they sat down—again—with James Corden on "The Late Late Show."
"Friends" first debuted in 1994 and went on for a decade until it wrapped in 2004. The cast of the hit sitcom reunited for a one-off episode in "Friends: The Reunion".
Could you BE any more drunk? Newsweek has devised a fun drinking game to accompany the reunion which airs on HBO Max tonight.
"Friends" has become known for its six iconic stars, Matt LeBlanc, Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Courteney Cox. However, it turns out one of them nearly missed out.
"Friends" aired its final episode back in 2004. 17 years later, the cast are gearing up to return to screens with "Friends: The Reunion".
The actor, 51, has been selling Friends-themed merchandise on a personalized website, as fans eagerly await HBO Max's "Friends: The Reunion."
"Friends" first aired in 1994 and went on to 10 seasons over a decade. Over the years, the show welcomed numerous famous faces including Paul Rudd and Julia Roberts.
"Friends" wrapped up back in 2004, now, 17 years on, the cast is set to reunite for a one-off reunion.
'Friends: The Reunion" comes 17 years after the final episode of the show aired in 2004.
The highly anticipated "Friends" reunion is set to air later this month with a string of celebrity guests, such as Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga, making an appearance.
From "Don't Come Around Here No More," to "Mary Jane's Last Dance," Petty helped shape the world of music videos.
The actor will now be the BBC car show's lead host, replacing Chris Evans.
Audience figures for Top Gear have plummeted since the controversial presenter left the show.
Who should join Matt LeBlanc on the racecourse? We weigh the options...
There is no bad blood between the "Top Gear" duo, says "Friends" star.
Funding cuts and new online competitors might make it harder for the BBC to justify its license fee.
In the latest controversy to hit the BBC show, its two new stars have reportedly fallen out.
The show's new lead presenter is "mortified" by the disrespectful scenes.