Anyway, it turns out that it's the months-old work of a photoshopping superfan—I actually hope it's my friend Stephanie, otherwise this reunion emotional roller coaster might be too much for her heart to take—and it only went into million-man-reposting mode after a Tulsa radio station claimed this week that NBC had confirmed a reunion was on. That's right, Tulsa.
Though we don't know an official date for when this special will air or when the episodes will begin to stream, we do know it "will be available to subscribers at the launch of HBO Max," according to a press release—and HBO Max is set to launch in May 2020.
Which brings me to my question: What would you like to see happen with a Friends reunion? © 2020 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.
Among the thousands of responses, eagle-eyed fans can spot more than a few bigger names including Queer Eye star Antoni, who simply exclaimed, "NOTHING ELSE MATTERS.
Beanie Feldstein revealed she may have scared a few people on the street with her reaction, writing, "I just screamed so loud on the street it was concerning.
On Friday, HBO gave the world the news it needed: The Friends reunion is actually happening.
Cue major A-list freakout. 😂😂😂😂 https://t.co/f56OI8Az77— Glamour (@glamourmag) February 25, 2020