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Friends reunion becomes Sky One’s most watched show ever and could it BE any more record-breaking?

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Friends reunion becomes Sky One’s most watched show ever and could it BE any more record-breaking?

The Friends cast left us in tears as they reunited 20 years after the series began (Picture: WarnerMedia)

Friends: The Reunion has become Sky One’s most-watched show of all time.

The highly-anticipated special episode clearly won fans over, with 5.3million tuning in, breaking records for the channel.

It has also become Sky’s most watched programme across live, recorded, and downloaded viewing in the last two years.

Drawing in the biggest ever audience for the broadcaster, Jennifer Aniston (Rachel Green), Courteney Cox (Monica Geller), Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe Buffay), David Schwimmer (Ross Geller), Matthew Perry (Chandler Bing) and Matt LeBlanc (Joey Tribbiani) had fans in tears as they chatted away 20 years after the first episode aired.

The one-off programme, which also featured a whole host of special guests, saw the stars spill set secrets, including that absolute bombshell that David and Jen had a crush on each other in real life – and we’re not sure we shall ever recover.

Elsewhere, a crucial moment was almost ruined due to a backstage disaster.

It turned out that the actors’ trailers were all lined up next to each other – so the actual reunion nearly happened in a carpark.

‘I was so upset. The point of the show is they haven’t seen each other. But it was too late to move them,’ producer Ben Winston told the Sunday Times.


Credit: Original article published here.

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