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cast have been confirmed to reunite for a two-hour special.

She’d tracked down her grandfather, who she’d never met, in Denmark, using the phone system basically.And then it was quite sad, because she never met him – he died a few months before she tracked him down.Yet few of its users were active users (unlike then-surging Facebook's), and 2007 was when growth slowed – by March 2008, when the site responded by removing its subscription fee, active user numbers had already dramatically fallen.It turned out to be difficult selling the site to a new generation of users, who weren’t growing up knowing what it meant to lose track of friends.A lot of people at that time, the internet was really big and they’d say, ‘Oh I have an idea for the internet and I can make millions’.

But I guess we knew how to do it.” JP: “We had enough money to pay ourselves for a year, plus 50 grand. Another one was a kind of dating site, a kind of precursor to the speed dating of today.

The news was announced at the Television Critics Association press tour in Pasadena on Wednesday, with the programme scheduled to air on Sunday 21 February.

UPDATE: David Schwimmer says 'there's no Friends reunion' Jennifer Aniston, Courtenay Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt Le Blanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer are all expected to appear but NBC chief Robert Greenblatt admits that busy schedules may not make it possible.

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Her most notable work is her web-turned-Showtime series Web Therapy and HBO’s recently renewed The Comeback. Matt Le Blanc (Joey Tribbiani) The men of Friends have proven less successful.

ITV eventually sold Friends to Beano publisher DC Thomson for £25m in 2009, but a 2012 redesign was widely disliked. And while its spinoff sites – especially geneology site Genes Reunited – remain popular and profitable, it's still a surprise I wanted to know what it was like to be the creator of a website that was a cultural phenomenon – and why they'd want to try and save it, having walked away almost a decade ago.