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Courteney Cox has signed up to star in an ITV sitcom

Courteney Cox is following in the footsteps of her former Friends co-star Matt LeBlanc by signing up for a British TV show.

The 51-year-old actress will executive produce and star in the pilot for an ITV sitcom, which is due to be filmed next year. 291 more words


Courteney Cox Comedy 'Truthing' In Development At ITV With UK's Big Talk

EXCLUSIVE: Courteney Cox is teaming with UK producer Big Talk and leading commercial broadcaster ITV on a new comedy project, Truthing. I’ve learned that while this is in the early stages, the plan would be for the… 347 more words

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Binche watching: Friends

I just ended my three week binche watch of Friends (Thank you Netflix).
Ten seasons, you guys!
I always loved the show and everytime I pass it on the tv I’ll keep watching, even though I’ve seen all the episodes maybe three or even more times. 138 more words



Courteney Cox and ex-fiance Johnny McDaid are back together 5 months after calling off their engagement.

Courteney and the Snow Patrol guitarist both flew into Heathrow Thursday on different flights but landed at the same time … and that’s not the kind of kiss you give an ex you happen to bump into at an airport. 55 more words


Monica and Chandler might be reuniting on TV, according to Matthew Perry

Forget Ross and Rachel, it’s Monica and Chandler’s relationship we loved the most in Friends.

And now Matthew Perry has hinted that he and Courteney Cox could be reunited on television in his new sitcom The Odd Couple. 232 more words


Selma Blair Takes Pregnancy News as 'Death Sentence' in 'Mothers and Daughters' Trailer

April 6, 2016
Entertainment Tonight

A mother’s love is unparalleled, as seen in ET‘s exclusive first look at the new trailer for Mothers and Daughters! 148 more words

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20 Years of 'Scream'

By Paul Downey

It’s safe to say that as Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Friday the 13th before it shaped the horror genre around their ideals; Wes Craven’s Scream certainly had a similar effect in 1996. 748 more words