The Friends series has a fascinating history that is fun to explore.
The first episode of TV’s most iconic show, “Friends,” aired on September 22nd, 1994 and the final episode was broadcasted 10 years later in 2004. The story follows six friends living in New York City as they navigate their personal lives together while also helping each other out professionally through various adventures from moving apartments to catching murderers!
It turns out that not everyone is a fan of the Netflix show, Friends: The Reunion. As there are only 15 reviews posted on Rotten Tomatoes with only 67% approval ratings and mixed opinions from critics, it seems like this reunion might have left some people feeling disappointed.
We separate the main parts of the reviews here check it out:
“Like every reunion, the special is fun, interesting and heartwarming – even if it’s too mushy at times – but that’s exactly how ‘Friends’ was, so it feels good.” (Vulture)
“Every part of this special that not only the six are talking about has a hard time justifying its existence.” (Rolling stone)
“The special is better when it doesn’t bother the actors and shows us what has always attracted us to them and to each other.” (New York Times)
“It’s as close to a scripted ‘friend’ reunion as we’re going to have, and it’s fascinating how easy it is for them to reprise those roles, 17 years later.” (CNN)
“This reunion is a self-expanding celebration of an old series, but still loved.” (AV Club)
“Oddly enough, despite everything, and its similarity to the invention of a DJ Khaled album, the end result of this special is sloppy.” (Deadline)
“Friends: The Reunion “is the best casting reunion ever.” (Decision maker)
Don’t forget that “Friends: A Reunion” will be released on May 27 in the United States. In Brazil, the exhibition takes place in June.
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