NBC dismisses Friends TV reunion rumours
Fans of the hit TV show Friends have been left nursing broken hearts after NBC dismissed reports that the cast was returning to the telly once again for four one-hour episodes.
Jeff Zucker, CEO of NBC Universal Television Group, said that there was no truth to the reports.
"Not one ounce of truth," Moviehole.net quoted him, as saying.
NBC's media relations department further said that the reunion story is a rumour rumours and added that the only follow-up that to 'Friends' that would be aired was Joey.
"There are currently no plans to have any follow-up to Friends other than Joey, which is still a major part of our comedy line-up and we whole-heartedly support. The rumors started this weekend are just that: rumors. We wish the rest of the cast of Friends continued success in their careers, and would welcome them back at any time, but there are currently no plans for them to appear in their Friends roles," the department stated.
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