It’s finally happening. The much-talked-about “Friends” reunion is getting ready to start filming.
David Schwimmer told Andy Cohen Wednesday that he will be joining the rest of the cast —Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow and Matt LeBlanc — in about a month, “Good Morning America” reported.
The reunion had been delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and was originally set to film last March, USA Today reported.
HBO executives confirmed that the filming will begin in the spring, Entertainment Weekly reported.
Schwimmer teased the reunion last year on Instagram before the pandemic shut down the country.
The actor said that safety measures will be issued to keep the cast and crew healthy, including recording some of it outside.
Other than telling Cohen the show was happening, he didn’t divulge much else.
The original show aired its first run from 1994 through 2004 but found life afterward through syndication and eventually streaming services.
The reunion will air on HBO Max, but a release date has not been revealed, USA Today reported.