90s and 2000s kids all got SUPER excited last year when we found out a Friends reunion was finally in the works after years of speculation.
But, as with most things that are fun, COVID-19 killed it. The reunion special was originally set for May 2020, but with the country being in the teeth of the COVID-19 pandemic, HBO had to pull the plug on filming it.
But "sources", which is always a loaded and not super reliable term, have told the Hollywood Reporter that the special is slated to film this week. Up to this point, HBO Max hasn't confirmed the report.
The reunion will bring the six stars of the show - Jennifer Anniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer, back together on the series' soundstage to reminisce about the show.
Back in November, Perry tweeted that filming for the special would be rescheduled for March, so if the report is true then he wasn't too far off.
Since HBO hasn't officially commented, there's no word as to when the reunion special will actually air, but the original reunion was supposed to film last March and air on May 27th, so it's plausible that the rescheduled show will follow the same timeline.