The cast of hit TV show "Friends" is to be reunited for a special two-hour episode, 12 years after the show aired its last episode which was watched by over 50 million American viewers.
The entire cast, including Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry – are to be reunited for a special episode to pay tribute to sitcom director James Burrows, who filmed 15 episodes of the show and recently filmed his 1,000 TV episode.
The reunion show is set to air on February 21 from 9-11 pm and will include the casts from his other shows as well, NBC said in a statement. Burrows' other shows include "Taxi", "Cheers", "Frasier" and "Will & Grace" among others.
When asked if the cast of Friends would be reprising their roles in the sitcom, NBC's Vice President of Editoral and Media relations, Stuart Levine, said "nothing (is) set at this point."