Are everyone's favorite "Friends" ready to return to TV?
Rumors were swirling over the weekend about a "Friends" revival on NBC.
According to published reports, each of the show's six stars had agreed to multi-million dollar deals to star in four one-hour episodes.
Some articles even went as far as to say that scripts were already being written.
However, Access Hollywood has learned that those reports are completely false.
"Not one ounce of truth," Jeff Zucker, CEO of NBC Universal Television Group, told Access of the rumors.
There were also rumblings of an all-male spin-off show starring David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc. But yet again, nothing more than false reports.
"Friends" ended its 10-year run back in May 2004. More than 52 million fans tuned in to the series finale.
i was looking forward to a reunion ... now i'm sad.