Johnny Knoxville, Keegan-Michael Key, Judy Greer — the fun never stops at ‘Reboot’ season finale
There are certain shows that go the distance. If you’re an avid fan of Netflix’s comedy-drama “Friends,” you know what I’m talking about.
“Friends” has been on the air for a whopping 33-season and counting, but Netflix has yet to announce the end to the series. The finale will air September 13. That’s when the network is poised to unveil season 10.
The final season of “Friends” premieres September 20 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Netflix.
We’ve been waiting for this day for as long as I can remember. I was so excited when the TV show was renewed for a 10th, 13th, and 18th season. And I was even more excited when I got the news that a new episode would be premiering on September 20.
With a good thing comes a bad thing.
Unfortunately, I was more excited than I am now. And that’s OK — I don’t mind being pleasantly surprised. And it’s that same emotion that makes the final season of “Friends” that much more exciting.
The fun never stops at “Friends,” and for that, I’m thankful.
When the show first aired, there were a lot of similarities between it and “Breaking Bad.” The premise is also based on Saul Goodman, an ex-con who works as a drug dealer for the DEA.
As the show progressed, the stories of Saul and his friends changed, but the fundamental elements remained the same.
“Friends” is about an ensemble cast of people who make the most ridiculous of judgments for the sake of their comedy.
Over many seasons, I was a devoted fan of the show. The cast of characters from the