'Friends' reunion special on HBO Max back on again

The show celebrated its 25th anniversary last September

The "Friends" cast reunion may yet be there for you.

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The on again, off again plans to reunite cast members of Friends for a special on HBO Max are back on again, according to Deadline.

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Friends stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry have reportedly reached an agreement in principle with Warner Bros. TV for a one hour special.

Perry sent out a tweet earlier this week that started to stir optimism.

It would be an unscripted special that will help launch the upcoming HBO Max streaming platform.

HBO shelled out $425 million for rights to the popular sitcom, which has been one of Netflix’s biggest hits.

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Deadline was unable to get anyone to comment.

Reports are that each cast member would be paid in the $3 million to $4 million range.

Talks to reunite went back and forth last fall and came to a standstill at the end of 2019.

After several weeks, negotiations reportedly started up again.

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The show celebrated its 25th anniversary last September.