Piers Morgan has made it clear that he’s not a “Friends” fan.
on thursday The day the long-awaited Reunion Special is released on HBO MaxFormer Good Morning Britain co-host rips beloved sitcom starring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and Lisa Kudrow.
Morgan, 56, spoke about the acclaimed, decades-old Twitter series that aired on NBC from 1994-2004, and viewers were delighted to learn the unheard of revelation from. the actor himself
When Spencer Morgan, Morgan’s son Use Twitter to mock people. “Thought you were too smart to like friends,”; the TV personality shared his unpopular opinion with his 7.9 million followers.
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“Friends aren’t funny, they’ve never been, never will be,” Morgan’s tweet read.
He also called “Friends” the “highest rated show in TV history.”
Morgan’s tweet garnered mixed reactions from Twitter users, with some followers admitting that they had never seen an episode of the series. while others Many others took this opportunity to oppose him for his negative comments.
“Come on, Piers.. it’s like you’re always stuck in second gear. And that’s not your day, your week, your month, or even your year,” wrote one user.
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“Who denys you to incite this level of hatred, Rachel Monica Chandler?” asked another.
“I liked you until now. It’s like you intend to lose followers,” another said.
One defended the show by writing: “Friends are not about laughing out loud funny all the time, it’s more about the warmth you develop into the characters.”
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“Pears really fit. When I’m scared,” another wrote, siding with Morgan.
“Never saw it, and I never saw it. I’ve seen enough clips to be sure,” another replied.
“I always agree with what you say. but you are very wrong Friends are the best sitcoms of all time!” one person wrote.
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The streaming special features all of the original cast, including LeBlanc, Perry, Aniston, Cox, Kudrow, and Schwimmer, and series creators David Crane and Marta Kauffman in phases reveal that LeBlanc, who plays the goofy Joey Tribbiani. The lovable fool fell “flattering” and suffered serious injuries.
In another memorable moment, Aniston and Schwimmer revealed their outstanding love in “friend“It almost bleeds into real life.
“The first season, I had a crush on Jane,” admits Schwimmer, 54. (via New York Post). We both crashed hard — but it was like two ships passed by. [in the night]Because one of us is always in a relationship.”
“We never crossed that boundary – we respect that,” Schwimmer added. He urged his co-star Matt LeBlanc to jokingly call his co-stars “ridiculous”.
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However, 52-year-old Aniston backed Schwimmer’s claim, noting that she had a crush on him, too. But time never worked out for them.
“I remember saying to David at one point, ‘It must be a bad thing. If the first time you and I really kissed was … on national television!’ of course the first time we kissed was in that coffee shop,” she explains. Ross and Rachel.”
In other key moments on screen, Justin Bieber, Cara Delevingne and Cindy Crawford also showed up.
“Friends: The Reunion” is streaming on HBO Max.
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to the report.