The Friends Reunion special has finally been shot in LA after the cast and crew flew down to the sets of the special episode over the weekend. While the makers managed to keep everything under wrap, a few pictures from the sets of the show have, however, surfaced online. From the iconic orange sofa to the cast shooting for the episode, the internet is flooded with pictures of the Friends Reunion, adding to the excitement for the release of this special episode.

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Matthew Perry, who essayed the role of Chandler Bing on the show, also shared a BTS picture of his on social media. The actor is seen getting ready for his shot in the now-deleted picture. The actor had added a witty caption with the picture that will leave you in splits. Channelling the Bing in him, he wrote, “Seconds before eating a makeup brush. Not to mention reuniting with my Friends.” Other pictures from the sets have also surfaced online.

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Andrea Bendewald, who is one of Jennifer Aniston’s oldest friends, was also on the sets of the show. She took to her Instagram and shared pictures of her sipping coffee on the sets of the Central Perk, which is situated at Warner Bros. Studio. She gave a glimpse of the set and what was going on while the cast was busy shooting for the episode.


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Schwimmer had earlier arrived on The Graham Norton Show when he was asked about his “pressing engagement that the world has been waiting for.” The actor, who played Ross Geller on the show, revealed, “I will be getting on a plane soon and shooting for Friends Reunion next week. I am going to see everyone next week for the first time in many years.”

He added that Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Perry, Courteney Cox, and Matt LeBlanc, will be appearing on the show themselves on the special Friends Reunion episode and won’t be playing their characters. The 54-year-old actor, however, hinted at a surprise segment of the special episode. The sitcom’s reunion was initially announced in February 2020 and was scheduled to premiere in May the same year, but it was delayed momentarily due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.