Fifteen years later and we've never gone on a break with this TV show.
Friends wrapped its historic 10-year run on NBC on May 6, 2004, proving to be the final outing of TV's most infamous and coffee-obsessed group of friends.
Launched in 1994, the series' six main stars—Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc—were virtual unknowns. But by 2004, they were the highest-paid stars on TV about to say goodbye to their beloved characters that have become pop culture icons.
But behind the scenes of the final season, things weren't always as cheerful and comedic as they appeared on-screen, as the cast was dealing with divorces, fertility issues and figuring out the next chapter of their lives after being part of one of TV's most successful series of all-time, which is still just as popular and relevant as ever thanks to its after-life on Netflix.