Could we be any more in love with Ross and Rachel? With the much-awaited Friends: The Reunion episode went on air last month, many of the fans were left in tears to watch the entire cast of the show all-together back on the sets of the 90s iconic hit sitcom Friends.
For the cast and the viewers, the reunion was an amazing ride down the memory lane to re-live all the golden memories from the show.
After the reunion episode, star cast including David Schwimmer, Jennifer Aniston, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow bursts the Instagram with the amazing behind-the-scenes clicks together.
Recently, Schwimmer, who played the iconic character of Ross Geller on the show, shared a bunch on BTS shots on his Instagram. The 54-year-old actor posted to document making the HBO Max special.
His picture with Aniston was the last of the bunch. "After a very long day, last hug of the night," Schwimmer wrote in his caption. "Thank you hbomax for bringing us back together…"
Schwimmer and Aniston, who had viewers captivated for 10 years with their amazing loved-up chemistry as Ross Geller and Rachel Green on Friends, made some shocking revelations of having major crush over each other during the show. He revealed during the HBO Max special that he had "had a major crush" on Aniston during the first season of Friends.
"At some point, we were crushing hard on each other," he said. "But it was like two ships passing, because one of us was always in a relationship and we never crossed that boundary. We respected that."
Schwimmer also shared pictures with his Friends costars, posing alongside reunion director and executive producer Ben Winston, as well as a snapshot of the cast's table read, and the group sitting on the iconic Central Perk couch in conversation with James Corden.
Friends: The Reunion brought back the entire Friends cast along with co-creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane and executive producer Kevin Bright to share several memories from their time working on the NBC series, which ran for ten seasons from 1994 to 2004.