A special meeting of “the Friends” has been postponed due to the coronavirus



The much-anticipated special, which brings together the stars of the series Friends you will not be ready for the launch of a new platform for streaming on HBO in may, as originally planned. The postponement of the opening was confirmed by a spokesman for HBO, and it was prompted by the pandemic of the coronavirus, which has forced the discontinuation of many of the works in The world.

A new date for the launch of the program, which marks a reunion for the actors, it has not been announced. This is not to be written, and will put you in the six main actors of the series Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer — into a conversation with them about what they did in the past.

The producers have avoided making the recordings remotely, either because of the significance of the original set, which were written in the 10th season, reports the specialized website And. It is also a fact that each participant will receive a$ 2.5-million for his role.

HBO’s Max

The service, which will cost you$ 14.99 a month, you’ll have all of the seasons Friendsa key point in order to compete in this hotly contested market Netflix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV+.

Kevin Reilly, the head of the contents of the HBO’s Maxhe said in February, when he announced the special, which is a series about a group of six friends, united in that they live in New York city has captivated generation after generation.”

— Re-creates an era when all the friends, and the audience gathered in real-time, and we believe that this is a special meeting that is going to capture that spirit, together with the fans of the original and the new ones, ‘ he said.

In February, a blog post from Aniston on the Instagram on the special, which attracted nearly 4.8 million people, in three hours.

Friends it was one of the most-watched in the Netflix until, that is, the 10 seasons of the program have been filed in the past year, the WarnerMedia. Broadcast on american TV from 1994 to 2004, the series has won dozens of awards, and launched its cast to fame in the world.