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Warner Bros. TV Denies 'Friends' Revival Rumor

April 17, 2013 (3:52 am) GMT
Rumor spreads like wild fire that NBC has confirmed a new season of 'Friends' for 2014, but the studio says the report is false.

There's no "Friends" reunion in the near future. There has been rumor circulating on the web that NBC plans to revive the popular sitcom, but a spokesperson for Warner Bros. TV, which produced the show, tells Zap2it the report is false.

An NBC source also denies the purported "Friends" revival plan, saying the story is "not true." Another insider additionally tells E! News that the network has had a talk about a "Friends" reunion, but there has been "no forward motion" on the idea.

Fans were led to believe that there would be a "Friends" reunion after a site called Star Media claimed that NBC had confirmed it would launch a new season of the -starring series in 2014. A similar rumor surfaced last year, which was quickly debunked by via his Twitter.

The latest "Friends" reunion rumor came hot on the heels of the release of "Friends: The Complete Series" Blu-ray box set on Tuesday, April 16. It includes all 236 remastered episodes, 17 hours of extras from the original DVDs and more than three hours of new bonus features.

Though a "Friends" reunion isn't happening, the stars have visited each other's shows in the past years. once appeared on 's "", Kudrow has guest starred on 's "" and most recently Cox stopped by Matthew Perry's "".

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