Published By: Elisa Ghosh

Lesser known facts about Netflix's show FRIENDS

“Joey doesn’t share food!” and I don’t hang up on your friends. Sounds quite familiar right?

On September 22, 1994, Friends debuted on NBC and forever altered the landscape of American sitcoms. Along with making six of its stars-Jennifer Aniston, Courtney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer- Famous. These entertaining facts are essential for any Friends superfan, whether they are rewatching the show or brushing up on their trivia knowledge.

The final of the primary six to formally join the ensemble was Jennifer Aniston

Aniston, who is now one of Hollywood’s most in-demand actresses, had just started acting when the "Friends" series pilot was shot. She claimed that because producers were unsure of whether she would continue playing Rachel in the programme, they requested her to skip the majority of the main cast picture session. Aniston established herself as a crucial member of the group and went on to win an Emmy for her portrayal of Rachel Green.

The show was originally going to end with Monica and Joey together, but the actors' chemistry on set changed everything.

According to executive producer and co-creator Marta Kauffman, a lot of the show's elements altered as the ensemble members' on-screen chemistry grew. As said by Kauffman, "You set out to do things, and then actors come in and give it life, and it is not quite what you imagined it was going to be". For instance, Joey was going to end up with Monica, who was only scheduled to spend a small amount of time with Chandler.

Ross and Rachel were destined to be together, even though it did not seem that way at the time.

Even though Ross and Rachel have established themselves as the classic will-they-won’t-they couple, co-creator David Crane always felt they would get together. He claimed that, even while considering different conclusions, it felt hard for him and Kauffman to finish the show with Ross and Rachel wholly apart.

Before the musical debuted, the whole cast took a trip to Las Vegas

The “Friends” director James Burrows opted to take the cast to Las Vegas before their careers took off because he had such confidence in the show's potential success before its debut.

Here is a look back at the Netflix series that continues to be one of the most viewed programs ever.