Twelve episodes of Friends will be shown at cinemas across the UK this December, as part of the beloved sitcom’s 25th anniversary celebrations.
Showcase Cinemas unveiled plans for the event, which is called The One With the Anniversary and will show 12 episodes across three dates.
The first four-episode screening will play The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate, The One With the Blackout, The One With the Birth, and The One Where Ross Finds Out on 8 December.
On 11 December the cinema will show The One with the Prom Video, The One Where No One’s Ready, The One the Morning After, and The One with the Embryos, from seasons two, three and four.
The final instalment will play episodes from seasons four, five and six: The One with Chandler in a Box, The One with Ross’s Wedding Part 2, The One Where Everybody Finds Out, and The One Where Ross Got High.
You can find a full list of the cinema locations, dates and episodes being shown here.
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As part of the ongoing celebrations for Friends’ 25th anniversary, the former cast and crew have been sharing their memories of the show in TV specials, social media posts and memoirs.
Writer Saul Austerlitz has written about a number of scrapped plots in his book, Generation Friends: An Inside Look at the Show that Defined a Television Era, including one reportedly turned down by actor Matthew Perry, in which his character Chandler sneaks into a gay bar because he loves the tuna melts it serves.
See our definitive ranking of every Friends episode here.