Posted By: admin July 3, 2012 1 Comment

Lisa Kudrow is back for another season of sessions on Showtime with “Web Therapy.”

The former “Friends” star talked to recently about what is in store for the new season as well as which of her former co-stars are going to appear on the show.

“David Schwimmer is going to be in it, so that’s pretty exciting,” Kudrow said. “I couldn’t believe it when he said, ‘Yeah, yeah. I’d love to.’”

In the series, which started out exclusively online before Showtime began airing the first season last year, Kudrow plays a therapist named Fiona Wallice who treats people via webcam. Her character is trying to attract investors into promoting her new “web therapy” technique for a worldwide operation.

“I guess maybe if Meryl Streep has done it then other people will yeah it’s alright to do,” Kudrow said. The Academy Award-winning actress appeared in three episodes of the show last season.

“Web Therapy” has also had guest appearances by Julia Louis-Dreyfus Rashida Jones, Selma Blair, Jane Lynch, Molly Shannon, Rosie O’Donnell and Kudrow’s “Friends” co-star Courteney Cox.

Kudrow says there will be one more big named guest star.

“Conan O’Brien,” the 48-year-old actress said. “He doesn’t do this stuff. It’s really exciting and he’s fantastic too. He’s playing himself. Fiona doesn’t see the show, she doesn’t know who he is and just assumes he’s a ne’er-do-well.”

“Web Therapy” season 2 premieres on July 2 at 11 p.m. on Showtime.


Posted By: admin July 3, 2012 1 Comment

Matthew Perry isn’t the only former Friend trying to find a new hit primetime TV show.

Matt LeBlanc returns tonight in the second-season opener of Showtime’s screwball comedy Episodes, in which LeBlanc plays a self-deprecating version of himself — a semi-successful sitcom actor trying to jumpstart his career in a new sitcom called Pucks!

Episodes is one of those insider, self-referential showbiz comedies that wants to poke fun at Hollywood foibles, but it’s only marginally funny as a comedy.

The premise is certainly true-to-life. A happily married, English, husband-and-wife comedy-writing team have created a wildly successful sitcom in the U.K. called Lyman’s Boys. They’re lured to Hollywood with promises of fame and fortune to produce a U.S. version of their hit show. Before you can say “Top 10 worst American spin-offs inspired by British TV shows” — think Coupling, Men Behaving Badly, etc — it all starts to go horribly wrong.

The studio interferes from the get-go, starting with its choice for lead actor. The English producers, played with alternating bouts of blind rage and weary resignation by U.K. veterans Stephen Mangan (Dirk Gently of Dirk Gently fame) and Tamsin Greig, want to cast the actor from their U.K. original, but the studio insists on LeBlanc instead.

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Posted By: admin May 18, 2012 1 Comment

David Schwimmer attended the 65th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France (May 17).

Appearances (2012) > David Schwimmer > May 17: 65th Cannes Film Festival – Madagascar 3 Photocall

Appearances (2012) > David Schwimmer > May 17: 65th Cannes Film Festival – Calvin Klein & Euphoria

Posted By: admin May 18, 2012 1 Comment

There is a new photo gallery that is mainly for appearances of the Friends cast.
Remember to check the first gallery for everything of F.R.I.E.N.D.S!

Posted By: admin May 18, 2012 1 Comment

Jennifer Aniston’s photos have recently been released for the new Smartwater ads.

Posted By: admin May 18, 2012 1 Comment

The actress, 47, tottered on her black Yves Saint Laurent platform sandals, with her hair in glossy waves and her skin glowing as she stepped out in New York.

The outing comes after it was announced recently that US channel TBS will pick up her TV show after it was dropped by rival ABC.

TBS will now air season four of the programme as well as re-runs of series one to three.

Courtney attended a presentation by the broadcaster at the Hammerstein Ballroom.

Meanwhile, her co-star Busy Phillips recently told a website about the fraught relations with ABC.

She said: “It has not been fun to feel like the ugly stepsister of the network.

“They moved us around; they took us off the air for months. I do feel a little disappointed in how they’ve treated the show.

“If TBS is willing to launch the show in a real great way and we would actually have billboards and commercials that would be really cool.”


Posted By: admin May 17, 2012 Leave A Comment

“Go On” brings Matthew Perry back to NBC for the first time in five-plus years, and while the new show is an ensemble piece too, it’s pretty far removed from “Friends.”

Perry plays Ryan King, a glib sports-radio host who’s been avoiding dealing with his wife’s death in a car accident. He reluctantly starts attending group therapy sessions, and then starts taking them over from not-necessarily-qualified group leader Lauren (Laura Benanti, who was hands down the best thing about “The Playboy Club” this season).

The show’s cast also includes Allison Miller (“Terra Nova”), Tyler James Williams (“Everybody Hates Chris”), Julie White (“Transformers”), Bill Cobbs, Suzy Nakamura and Khary Payton. You’ll glimpse John Cho in the trailer too, but he’s not listed as a series regular. “Friends” writer-producer Scott Silveri created “Go On,” which will air on Tuesdays in the fall.


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Matthew Perry is coming home.

At the network upfronts in NYC, the star of NBC’s new fall comedy Go On told us that it feels “oddly familiar” after his years on the network’s hit sitcom Friends.

He’s also feeling…purple?!

Read on to find out what he means—as well as why he’s “kind of glad” his ABC comedy Mr. Sunshine didn’t succeed and whether he agrees with former costars Lisa Kudrow and Matt LeBlanc that a Friends reunion is “never going to happen.”

“I always like to think of myself as being the purple feather” in the NBC Peacock, Perry deadpanned when we asked about his homecoming.

He definitely deserves a feather in his cap after 10 seasons playing Chandler Bing on one of the network’s most successful series.

Unfortunately, his last two TV outings, Studio 60 and Mr. Sunshine, didn’t, um, go on as long. But, he told us candidly, “I was kind of glad Sunshine didn’t go as long…I was in charge of that show. Now I’m just an actor again and it’s nice.”

Go On “is about a guy named Ryan King who looks a lot like me,” Perry joked. “He is a sportscaster who loses his wife in tragic way and is forced to go to group therapy, where there’s a bunch of kooky characters…Zany hilariousness ensues.” As for more zaniness to come from the Friends gang, Perry calls his costars’ comments “probably a fair assessment.” But he didn’t completely shoot it down, saying his answer is really “I don’t know.”

To hear more comedic stylings from Perry and his Go On costar Laura Benanti, watch the video above!


Posted By: admin May 5, 2012 Leave A Comment

Matt LeBlanc says his work on Friends was the “best job ever”.

The actor shot to stardom playing Joey Tribbiani for ten years on the sitcom. He admits he could have continued starring in the show well after it ended in 2004.

“It was the best job ever,” he told Radio Times.

“I was not one of the ones who voted to end it. I liked it, it was fun, it was easy. I worked about 20 hours a week, and made a lot of money. What’s wrong with that?”

After the show’s finale, Matt went on to play his character in the spin-off series Joey. The show was pulled by NBC in 2006 when it failed to pull big ratings.

Friends, on the other hand, was a global success until it wrapped.

Matt and his co-stars were earning $1 million per episode and their high wages made headlines all over the world.

“I remember seeing my salary on the cover of the Los Angeles Times Calendar section. ‘Are They Worth It?’ was the headline,” he said.

“I thought, ‘Wow, everybody knows exactly what I make’. It didn’t really matter but it was weird.”


Posted By: admin May 5, 2012 1 Comment

Courteney Cox, Jennifer Garner and Whitney Port have emptied out their closets to raise money for charity.

The A-list stars have donated their fashions to, which sells high-end pre-owned clothing, accessories and shoes. Proceeds from the sales of the items will go to a good cause.

A representative from the online store has revealed the company is negotiating with a number of other celebrities to follow their lead.

“We’ve had Courteney Cox, Jen Garner, Whitney Port all donate their clothes through The Real Real with proceeds going to charity,” the rep told Us Weekly. “We’re also in talks with many celebrities to donate clothes with portions to their causes.”

The online consignment store includes luxury labels, often donated from stars and highly-regarded stylists in the fashion industry.

The regular sales are accumulated by the likes of stylist Jeanne Yang, the partner of Katie Holmes’ clothing line Holmes and Yang, and Kate Bosworth’s StyleMint collaborator Cher Coulter.

“We comb the most fashionable closets around to give our members insider access to the world’s best previously-owned jewellery, accessories, and clothing – from Hermes and Chanel to Balenciaga and Lanvin,” the rep continued.


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