Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc Excited About ‘Friends’ Reunion This Feb. 21

Phoebe and Joey of the popular TV series are thrilled about the said get-together, which has already been confirmed.

5:04 AM EST 1/15/2016 by Maria Victoria Quiroz, Celebeat Reporter

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The two Hollywood stars expressed their excitement regarding "Friends" reunion, which has been well anticipated by a lot of fans for more than ten years. Aside from Lisa Kudrow and Matt LeBlanc, the TV sitcom cast also include Matthew Perry, Courtney Cox, Jennifer Aniston and David Schwimmer.

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When Entertainment Weekly broke the news this week about the "Friends" reunion happening in February, it was certainly the best news ever heard by the comedy series' followers who have missed seeing the cast on their TV screen. The six "Friends" stars are expected to finally become reunited once again through NBC's one-off comedy special to honor James Burrows, the sitcom's comedy director.

With the said reunion, the fans will be able to see for the first time in years their favourite characters together on screen. Just the thought of this can make any fan become even more excited.

LeBlanc, who plays the role of Joey Tribbiani, has turned his excitement to social media and tweeted his excitement over the possible "Friends" homecoming. He said, "Should be a good time!" Kudrow also responded by retweeting this LeBlanc tweet.

The news was received with a little scepticism by some fans, who prefer not to get too much excited yet until details are officially announced regarding the reported reunion. Fans have been surrounded with numerous rumours before the sitcom's TV return was confirmed.

NBC network, on the other hand, has remained hopeful that it is going to make happen what many people have perceived to be impossible. With Kudrow and LeBlac's exchange of tweets, the public should have a better reason to be more hopeful now.

According to Robert Greenblatt NBC's network chief, he is hoping that the whole cast will be in the same room at the same time because he is not sure if they can logistically make this happen again.

"Friends" special TV homecoming is scheduled to air on Feb. 21 to celebrate the 1000 TV episodes of the comedy director Burrows. This, however, is the only information released about the "Friends," reunion, Metro reported.

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