Aniston was joined by her former NBC co-stars for a reading of Kimmel's terrible "Friends" fan fiction on Ross' great love making
New York City pop-up replica will feature the NBC sitcom's props, guest stars and awful Lisa Kudrow song "Smelly Cat"
Bibb will play a model who isn't looking for a complicated relationship
Brown will recur as the assistant to Matthew Perry's Oscar Madison
The former "Friends" executive producer will develop, write and supervise comedies for the studio
Perry's "17 Again" costar will play neat-freak photographer to Perry's slobby sportswriter
Former "Friends" actor will star in, write and co-executive produce the pilot
"Friends" star will write, produce and star on the project if picked up by the network
The sitcom star will reunite with Courteney Cox when the comedy returns in January
Lauren Graham and experts on drug courts will also be guests
The actress, who played Rachel on the popular NBC sitcom, reunites with old pals from the Central Perk
"One of our shows this year was written by a third grade class, and your job is to figure out which one."
Fox Sports reporter Dan Moriarty asked Perry about the "big news" during the Los Angeles' Kings Friday playoff game against the St. Louis Blues
Matthew Perry comedy ended its first season in April
The "Go On" star begs fans to stop watching the immoral NBC show, then apologizes moments later in new Funny or Die sketch
Heche plays a woman who creates miracles
Former "Friends" star Matthew Perry re-teams with Peacock and Scott Silveri for new offering
Former "Friends" star Matthew Perry will play a grieving sportscaster who finds solace in members of his therapy group
Former "Friends" star Matthew Perry will play a charming but possibly shady attorney
Matthew Perry comedy enjoys ABC's best mid-season debut in three years but drops 26% of its "Modern Family" lead-in
Joel McHale also added to growing slate for August 29 show
TV vets discuss ABC's new "Mr. Sunshine"
Analysis: Adds 10 new shows -- six dramas, three comedies and a reality show
Network has all but landed Sony's hot half-hour comedy from the former "Friends" star and ABC president.