25 years after it first aired, Friends continues to be one of the most-watched shows on television, whether it's constant re-runs on television or 24-hour-a-day, 365 days a year viewing on Netflix.
In fact, there was an outcry earlier last year when the streaming service announced that it would no longer be showing the sitcom after they lost it to a rival on-demand company.
15 years after Friends came to an end, the six main stars still earn $16 million a year from reruns alone. But where are the actors now?
Since Friends, Aniston has starred in comedies and romantic movies such as The Break Up, The Switch, Marley & Me and Horrible Bosses 1 and 2.
Most recently she starred in Murder Mystery, a Netflix-produced movie co-starring Adam Sandler, which the normally secretive Netflix claimed was viewed on 31 million accounts within three days of launching in June.
Her next big venture will be sitcom The Morning Show on Apple's new streaming channel Apple TV+, which is expected to stream from November 1.
Cox played Monica Geller on Friends and after the show wrapped in 2004, she received a Golden Globe nomination for her role in Cougar Town in which she playing a single mother looking for love.
Cox also filmed a Bear Grylls show in Ireland in 2016 in Co Kerry.
She owns a production company called Coquette Productions and is often seen in Ireland as she is in a relationship with Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid.
After finishing up on Friends, Kudrow worked on a TV series called The Comeback, about a has-been TV star.
She has also co-created a comedy web series called Web Therapy, with all of her Friends appearing as guest stars at various points.
The actress has been on films such as Easy A and The Girl On The Train, and voiced animation films such as El Americano and The Boss Baby.
Last year, the actress revealed that she nearly left Friends but her co-star Matt Le Blanc convinced her to stay.
Matt Le Blanc
LeBlanc appeared in short-lived Friends spin-off Joey, with his on-screen character moving to Los Angeles.
He won a Golden Globe for his role in TV series Episodes and also presented popular TV car show Top Gear in 2016.
He left the programme in 2019 as the demands of the show were keeping him away from his family and friends.
After Friends, Perry starred in big screen comedies such as The Whole Nine Yards and 17 Again and many television roles such as in Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip and legal series The Good Wife, and The Odd Couple.
He has had a few health issues including difficulties with addiction in 2013 and last year, he spent three months in hospital with a ruptured bowel.
Since Friends, Schwimmer has been working in TV, film and theatre, in both the West End and Broadway.
He featured on television shows 30 Rock and Curb Your Enthusiasm and was nominated for an Emmy for his portrayal of lawyer Robert Kardashian in The People v O J Simpson: American Crime Story. He will next be seen in Netflix's The Laundromat, with Gary Oldman and Meryl Streep to be streamed October 1.
In the film world, he starred in thriller Nothing But The Truth and voiced Melman the Giraffe in the popular Madagascar. He made his West End debut in Some Girl(s) and also appeared in The Caine Mutiny Court-Martiall on Broadway.