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‘Friends’ Is Coming to the Big Screen This Fall

Select episodes will screen for three days across

Good news for “Friends” fans. Movie theaters across the U.S. will be showing select episodes this fall in honor of the iconic sitcom’s 25th anniversary.

“Friends 25th: The One With The Anniversary” is happening over three nights spread over several weeks. Showing on Sept. 23, Sept. 28 and Oct. 2, four episodes will play on those nights beginning at 7 p.m. at over 1,000 movie theaters across the country.

A complete list of theaters will be released August 16 on the Fathom events website. Fans can buy tickets here.

“We’re thrilled to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Friends, a TV show that continues to impact culture and attract new fans from across generations,” Fathom Events CEO Ray Nutt said. “Fans will have the opportunity to come together and look back on some of the most hilarious and emotional scenes from the acclaimed comedy — this time in theaters.”

“The cultural impact that Friends continues to have, 25 years after its premiere, is astounding, a true testament to the genius of Marta Kauffman, David Crane, Kevin Bright and the incredibly talented cast,” Warner Bros. Television Group president & chief marketing officer Lisa Gregorian said. “It is so amazing to know that the series is still bringing people of all ages together. We could not be more excited to deliver these digitally remastered episodes to theaters — for the first time ever! — so that together, in a shared experience, our loyal fans can enjoy some of their favorite Friends scenes in a new way.”

Here is the full list of episodes:

Monday, Sept. 23: “Pilot-ReDo,” “The One With the Blackout,” “The One With the Birth,” “The One Where Ross Finds Out”

Saturday, Sept. 28: “The One With the Prom Video,” “The One Where No One’s Ready,” “The One With the Morning After,” “The One With the Embryos”

Wednesday, Oct. 2: “The One With Chandler in a Box,” “The One With Ross’ Wedding — Part 2,” “The One Where Everyone Finds Out,” “The One Where Ross Got High”