The Friends reunion is "never happening" according to the show's co-creator David Crane, knocking the possibility of a much wanted revival.
In the same panel interview, the showrunner was asked how Ross and Rachel were, and if they were still together, to which he answered, "Yes. Come on, they worked really hard, ten years."
He also confirmed that Monica and Chandler were also doing well together, living happily married.
As for the rest of the reunion buzz, some of the cast aren't quite on board with the reboot, seeing as the show was a story of a group of friends struggling in their twenties and thirties with their own respective life problems.
Matthew Perry, Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Matt LeBlanc on the set of ‘Friends’, 1994 pic.twitter.com/DRnKhU9gpd— Old Pics Archive (@oldpicsarchive) June 23, 2018
“They’re rebooting everything. But I don’t know — how does that work with Friends, though? That was about people in their 20s, 30s. The show isn’t about people in their 40s, 50s. And if we have the same problems, then that’s just sad. That’s not fun,” said Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe Buffay) on The Conan O'Brian Show this past January.
Even Matt LeBlanc, who went to star in his own spinoff Joey- which confirmed that Ross and Rachel tied the knot- shot down the reunion rumors saying, "
Reboot or not, Friends will remain a show that will forever be a part of pop culture history, and we're glad to know these fan-favorite characters are doing well without us watching!