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Courteney Cox Reveals the Challenges She's Facing While Raising Teenage Daughter Coco

Her daughter may officially be in her teenage rebellion years, but Courteney Cox and Coco Arquette still maintain a close relationship. The Friends alum does admit that raising a teenager comes with its challenges, though. "I want her to tell me everything, and she doesn’t want to tell me anything," Courteney said of her 13-year-old daughter. "Exactly the opposite of the childhood I had." Although the mother-daughter duo butt heads every now and then, the 53-year-old actress knows this is just a normal part of parenthood. "We bicker, let’s be honest, but we love each other," she continued during a joint interview alongside Coco with People. "We laugh a lot, for sure." Coco added, "I would also describe it as, well, I am a 13-year-old girl, you are a mom, so I love you, but of course we’re gonna get in fights. But we’re very close.
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Man with a Plan: Season Two Ratings

In its first season on CBS, Matt LeBlanc's Man with a Plan TV show landed in about the middle of the pack, ratings-wise. Can it build up its audience in the second season, or will viewers start to drift away, as they did from The Odd Couple, starring LeBlanc's fellow Friends vet Matthew Perry? Will Man with a Plan be cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned. A CBS family comedy, Man with a Plan stars LeBlanc as a contractor named Adam. The cast also includes Liza Snyder, Kevin Nealon, Stacy Keach, Grace Kaufman, Matthew McCann, Hala Finley, and Matt Cook. When Adam's wife, Andi (Snyder), returns to work, this old-school dad has to step up his home game with the kids and finds it harder than he thought possible. Meanwhile, he's trying to run his business with his brother, Don (Nealon), and put
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Looking Back at Lost in Space

Depending on your age your first encounter with The Space Family Robinson may have been courtesy of Master of Disaster Irwin Allen, who brought the show Lost in Space to Us TV for three seasons in the late ’60s. Joining the technicolor wonder of the original Star Trek in their second series (the first was shot in Black and White) the Lost in Space series was reflective of a future-looking American society, whose own journey to the stars was taking place at the time.

With the best science fiction holding a mirror up to the dreams and troubles of contemporary society, the original Lost in Space may come across as a kitsch take on Forbidden Planet and the numerous other outward bound adventures. However it drew on the public’s fascination with the colonisation of space, as well the encroaching advent of the Cold War, to serve up a memorable
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55 Times You Wanted to Be Part of the Friends Crew

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It's hard to believe that Friends is more than 20 years old! Even now, we can't help but look back at all the funny moments that made us wish we were part of the cool Central Perk crew. From Chandler's sarcasm and Phoebe's one-liners to Joey's food obsession and Rachel's hilarious relationships with Monica and Ross. Relive all the most memorable Friends moments that made the group so lovable.

Related: 8 Shows to Watch If Friends Is Still Your One True Love
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Chicago Med Season 3 Episode 15 Review: Devil in Disguise

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Our leading men were not their best selves on Chicago Med Season 3 Episode 15. But while they might be heading to major slumps, at least Maggie's back in the game.

She's just going to have to face what she was willing to do to get there. 

Connor's rising start certainly took a nose dive this week. 

Even though I think that presenting all the options to the parents was the right call, it was kind of refreshing to see one of the docs get called out on going rogue. 

But even if Latham's criticism was justified, it hurt to see their bro-mance damaged like that. And I feel bad for Ava -- nobody wants to know that they're the second pick. Norma Kuhling did a really great job despite not having many lines. 

To perform an operation with as many moving parts as this, you need confidence that the people you
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Seinfeld, Friends, West Wing, The Office: NBC Chief on Revival Chances

What other classic TV shows will NBC reboot? Recently, network chairman Bob Greenblatt spoke with The Hollywood Reporter about the chances of a Seinfeld, Friends, The West Wing, or The Office revival.So far, reboots have been a success for NBC. The newest season of Will & Grace is the network's second highest-rated series for the 2017-2018 season and if ABC's record-breaking Roseanne revival is any indication, reboots are still very much in vogue.Read More…
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TV Swag Auction-palooza: Ausiello's Giving Away His Fave Treasures From Buffy, Felicity, Gilmore Girls and More

TV Swag Auction-palooza: Ausiello's Giving Away His Fave Treasures From Buffy, Felicity, Gilmore Girls and More
It’s the revival you’ve been waiting for: My TV swag charity auction is back — and sources confirm to me exclusively that this is the best one yet. Why? Because this time I am Not. Messing. Around.

Included among the 29 auctions — the proceeds from which will benefit The Carcinoid Cancer Foundation — are some of my most coveted tube treasures. We’re talking priceless, one-of-a-kind keepsakes from the likes of Felicity, Gilmore Girls, the original Melrose Place, Fringe, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Friends, Party of Five, Breaking Bad, Spartacus, Heroes, Charmed and more.

I honestly can’t believe I’m parting with these gems,
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Top NBC Executive Says Friends Revival Will Never Happen

Top NBC Executive Says Friends Revival Will Never Happen
In the wake of so many television shows that are participating in reboots or reunions, there have been a lot of fans who were hoping that their own favorite, Friends, would eventually be on the list. The show originally ran from 1994-2004 and was extremely popular during the time that it originally aired. In fact, it has maintained its popularity, even since the show went off the air, even though that has been a little more than 14 years ago. Since so many other television shows are coming back, a lot of people thought it would only be a matter

Top NBC Executive Says Friends Revival Will Never Happen
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Jimmy Kimmel Fires Back at Hannity: ‘If I’m an A– Clown… You, Sean, Are the Whole A– Circus’ (Video)

Jimmy Kimmel Fires Back at Hannity: ‘If I’m an A– Clown… You, Sean, Are the Whole A– Circus’ (Video)
Jimmy Kimmel had strong words for Sean Hannity on Thursday after the Fox News host slammed Kimmel and unleashed the conservative outrage machine on him.

On Wednesday night, Sean Hannity spent a portion of his show going after Jimmy Kimmel for what Kimmel said about Melania Trump on Monday. Kimmel made fun of Melania’s performance reading to children at the White House’s Easter Egg Roll — specifically her pronunciation of “this and that,” which sounded more like “dees and dat.”

“About dees and dat. Guillermo, you realize what this means?” Kimmel said to his sidekick Guillermo Rodriguez on Monday. “You could be first lady of the United States.”

On Wednesday, Hannity played that clip and referred to Kimmel as “a– clown Kimmel,” going off on a tirade about respect and how you shouldn’t make fun of the accent of an immigrant. And so Kimmel fired back on Thursday night.

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“I woke up this morning, early. I did two hours of Pilates as I do every morning. I shampooed, I condished. And then I open my computer and find out I’m at war with Sean Hannity and Fox News. Who by the way I thought were my “and Friends,” Fox, but they are not, it turns out. Because there is nothing important going on in the country right now, Sean Hannity and his fellow Fox News ‘people’ spent a lot of time talking about me today,” Kimmel said, doing finger quotes when he said “people.”

After playing the clip of Hannity being outraged by his joke at Melania Trump’s expense, Kimmel came back with his own set of harsh owns for Hannity.

“This is the guy who defended the multiply-alleged pedophile Roy Moore,” Kimmel said. “And I’m a despicable disgrace. I’m the a– clown. Here’s the thing. If I’m an a– clown, and I might very well be, you, Sean, are the whole a– circus. You’re the juggler, you’re the trapeze artist, you are the a– lion tamer and the a– human cannonball all jammed into one little car. You are the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey of A– Clownsmanship.”

Also Read: Seth Meyers: Trump Is 'Rearranging Deck Chairs on the Titanic After It Already Sunk' (Video)

Kimmel also had to note the irony of Hannity getting mad at a joke about an immigrant, and how Hannity hasn’t been all that upset at certain others being allegedly disrespectful to Melania, like Donald Trump himself.

“But I do want to say, I appreciate how compassionate you’ve suddenly become to the plight of immigrants in this country over the last 24 hours. You know what I think is disrespectful to the First Lady? Cheating on her with a porn star after she has a baby. Why don’t you rant a little about that Sean Hannity?” Kimmel said.

You can watch Kimmel’s reply to Hannity in the video embedded at the top of this post.

Read original story Jimmy Kimmel Fires Back at Hannity: ‘If I’m an A– Clown… You, Sean, Are the Whole A– Circus’ (Video) At TheWrap
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NBC Executive Says A Friends Revival Will Never Happen

There’s never going to be a reboot or revival of Friends on NBC. Network TV is a competitive field where ratings are king. Just like how Hollywood’s recently become obsessed with reboots and remakes of beloved films, TV is heading in the same direction. There’ve been plenty of hits by adapting this strategy, but it’s likely only to become an even bigger focus now. ABC just launched their revival of Roseanne and drew in massive ratings that prompted the network to quickly renew the show for a bigger season 2.
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What We Know About Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston's Apple TV Series

We must have done something good in a past life, because Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston are starring in a TV show together. After a "multiple-outlet bidding war," the series has officially found a home at Apple. And that's not even the best part! The untitled drama, which will reportedly "focus on a New York morning show," has also been picked up for two seasons, with 20 episodes overall.

After "creative differences" with House of Cards producer Jay Carson, Bates Motel's Kerry Ehrin will take over as showrunner, with Witherspoon, Aniston, and Steve Kloves serving as executive producers. Brian Stelter's book, Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV, will also play a small role in the writing. The series will mark the first time Aniston and Witherspoon - who are close friends Irl - have worked together since the Legally Blonde actress guest-starred on Friends as Rachel Green's sister Jill.
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Friends: Our Five Favorite Rachel Green Moments

Friends continues to gain a new fan base as younger generations stream the series on Netflix. When the show premiered in 1994, Jennifer Aniston was virtually an unknown. After playing lovable Rachel Green for 10 seasons on the NBC sitcom, she is now a household name. Here our are favorite Rachel Green moments from Friends. 5. She Got Off the Plane Friends really was able to give us a happy ending after 10 seasons on the air. Rachel and Ross had been the on-again, off-again couple of the decade. When Phoebe drove Ross to the airport to confess his love,

Friends: Our Five Favorite Rachel Green Moments
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Angelina Jolie Rejected Jennifer Aniston's Dinner Invite: "She Didn't Owe Her an Apology!"

More than a decade after Angelina Jolie stole Brad Pitt from Jennifer Aniston, the Friends alum was finally ready to hash things out. A source recently told In Touch that Jen invited Angie over for dinner but was quickly rejected. "Jen thought the time was right to sit down with Angelina. She was wrong," the insider shared. It appeared that Angelina had a change of heart as she previously told Vogue in 2006 that she would be willing to sit down with Jen and clear the air. "We've, like, passed each other and said, 'Hi' briefly, shook hands. But not a real sit-down-and-talk kind of meeting. That would be her decision, and I would welcome it," she said at the time. Now that Jen and Justin Theroux confirmed their split and Angie and Brad's marriage has ended as well, "Jen thought it was finally time to resolve the past." But when
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7 New Netflix Shows to Binge in April, and the Best Episodes of Each

Broadcast TV has, a bit surprisingly, been dominating the TV buzz over the past week thanks mostly to the huge premiere of “Roseanne,” in addition to several other midseason bows. But Netflix is gearing up for its own big push as it slides several premieres into April and May in order to make the Emmy eligibility cutoff.

This month’s big Netflix premieres include a high-profile remake, a new twist on a popular food series, the return of one of its buzziest international series, a new auto-themed show and more. Here are some of the key Netflix shows you’ll want to binge this month:

1. “Lost in Space” (available April 13)

Why Should I Watch It? Netflix has been angling for a sci-fi hit since “Sense8,” and its big-budget reboot of Irwin Allen’s ’60s CBS series may fill the void “Altered Carbon” couldn’t quite plug. Toby Stephens (“Black Sails”) plays John Robinson,
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Courteney Cox Hopes Jennifer Aniston Avoids Brad Pitt Now That She's Single Again (Report)

Friends for life! When it comes to girl talk, Courteney Cox isn't afraid to keep it 100 percent real with her longtime pal Jennifer Aniston. The former Friends co-stars have been close ever since their show debuted in 1994. So, when Courteney, 53, heard that Jen, 49, separated from Justin Theroux, she made sure to encourage her not to go back to ex-husband Brad Pitt. "Courteney immediately reached out to Jennifer urging her to leave Brad in the past after hearing rumors that Jen may be rekindling things with her ex," a source told Hollywood Life. "Courteney was with Jen through it all with Brad and with Justin too. Through good times and the bad, Courteney has helped Jen through relationship issues over the years and she still feels very protective of her friend." Apparently, the actress thinks Brad and Jen rekindling their relationship is a slippery slope. Honestly, can you blame her? Brad
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Courteney Cox Allegedly Tells Jennifer Aniston Not to "Jump Back in Bed" With Ex Brad Pitt

Friends for life. When it comes to girl talk, Courteney Cox isn't afraid to keep it 100% real with longtime pal Jennifer Aniston. The former Friends co-stars have been close ever since their show debuted in 1994. So, when Courteney, 53, heard that Jen, 49, separated from Justin Theroux, she made sure to encourage her not to go back to ex-husband Brad Pitt. "Courteney immediately reached out to Jennifer urging her to leave Brad in the past after hearing rumors that Jen may be rekindling things with her ex," a source told Hollywood Life. "Courteney was with Jen through it all with Brad and with Justin too. Through good times and the bad, Courteney has helped Jen through relationship issues over the years and she still feels very protective of her friend." (Photo Credit: Getty Images) Apparently, the actress thinks Brad and Jen rekindling their relationship is a slippery slope. Honestly, can you blame her?
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'Cheers' Creator James Burrows Says Cast is Too Old for a Reboot

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James Burrows definitely has a dog in the fight to bring back old sitcoms, because he's the king ... he created "Cheers" and directed "Frasier," "Friends" and "Taxi." We got the TV legend in NYC Friday night leaving Michael's restaurant, and asked about "Roseanne" scoring more than 18 million viewers. He watched it and loved it, but as for his shows ... well, at some point everyone gets a little long in the tooth.   Sometimes the Og shows are best left alone.
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Emily Ratajkowski, Shameik Moore, Lisa Kudrow and more join Bright Futures

Deadline is reporting that Emily Ratajkowski (We Are Your Friends), Shameik Moore (The Get Down), Lilly Singh (Bad Moms) and American Vandal’s Calum Worthy and Jimmy Tatro have signed on to star in NBC’s upcoming single camera comedy series Bright Futures, while Lisa Kudrow (Friends) will serve as narrator.

The series is created by Kenya Barris (Black-ish) and Grown-ish writers Hale Rothstein, Danny Segal and Isaac Schamis, and follows a group of friends all stumbling through the transition from the clueless, immature twentysomethings they are now to the successful professionals they’re destined to be.

Ratajkowski plays Sarah, “a girl-next-door type but also with a behind-the-ear tattoo. She can just as easily bro out with the guys as she can be the girliest girl.”

Moore plays Aaron, “one of four friends living in an L.A. apartment. A drinking blowout on the night he passed the bar put
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Watch Things Go From Zero to Monica Real Quick in Our 'Friends' Trivia Challenge

You may think that continuous re-watches over the past decade or two have made you a bonafide Friends trivia expert. Heck, some of us are more invested in Ross and Rachel than our own personal relationships. But when you take two Friends superfans and throw really tricky questions their way, things get seriously brutal. And as lovers of great entertainment, that's exactly what we did: we had two of our office's leading Friends experts battle it out and things went from zero to Monica real fast. Watch our video above to see what happens when things stop getting friendly Think you could still outmatch our editors with your knowledge of the sitcom? You may have a good argument if you... Can visualize Ross' college-aged girlfriend (from the aptly named "The One Where Ross Dates a Student" and more) in your head. (Photo Credit: NBC) Here's a hint: she was Bruce Willis' character's daughter,
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Please, Whatever You Do, Don’t Buy a Chick or a Bunny This Easter

There were so many reasons why Friends is, without a doubt, one of the greatest TV shows of all time. The comedy had multiple generations laughing — but, the often overlooked aspect of the show (and any sitcom, really) is how it could also be educational! The taught us plenty of life lessons — to always appreciate your friends, never give up on your dreams, and always, always make sure both you and your partner knows what it means to be “on a break,” etc. But one of the oft-forgotten lessons from the beloved series came in Season 3: “The One With a Chick and a Duck.” For those of you who may not have caught up on the episode since it originally aired in 1997 (which, I should add, is crazy… You do know all 10 seasons are on Netflix, right?!), allow me to refresh your memory on the Chick and the Duck
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