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A popular "Friends" couple will soon reunite on TV but what about a full cast member reunion?
Courteney Cox joked to OTRC.com that she and her former co-stars are "way too old" for one. She made her comments in a recent joint interview with Josh Hopkins, her co-star of the TBS comedy series "Cougar Town," which returns for season 5 on Tuesday, Jan. 7. Check out videos of OTRC.com's interview with Cox and Hopkins, as well as 3 highlights below.
See photos of Jennifer Aniston, who wore an empire-waist, loose-fitting black dress to an event promoting her longtime friend and yoga instructor Mandy Ingber's new book, 'Yogalosophy: 28 Days to the Ultimate Mind-Body Makeover,' on April 30, 2013.
Her friend and former 'Friends' co-star Courteney Cox also attended, as did actress Kate Beckinsale and talk show host Ricki Lake.
Courteney Cox and David Arquette recently finalized their divorce after separating more than two years ago, bringing an official end to their almost 14-year marriage.
The 48-year-old "Friends" alum and "Cougar Town" actress and the 41-year-old actor share an 8-year-old daughter, Coco. The celebrity couple began a "trial separation" in late 2010. Arguette filed for divorce on June 8, 2012. It was finalized on Tuesday, May 28.
Hold off on the clapping -- the "Friends" reunion rumors are bogus.
Earlier this week, reports began circulating online about a possible 11th season of the hit NBC show, which ended in 2003 years ago after a 10-season run and helped make its six cast members, which include Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox, more famous. The series' co-creator Marta Kauffman told E! Online this is "not happening."
The comedy series "Cougar Town," starring Courteney Cox, has been renewed for a fifth season, which will mark the second one that will air on TBS.
The show, which also features Josh Hopkins as the actress' character's new husband and Busy Philipps as her protégé, moved to the cable network from ABC earlier this year following lackluster ratings. TBS announced in a statement on Monday, March 25, that it has ordered 13 new "Cougar Town" episodes, which are expected to air in 2014.
The comedy series "Cougar Town," starring Courteney Cox, has been renewed for a fourth season, but it won't air on the ABC network.
The show is moving to the cable channel TBS, which commands a smaller audience, following weeks of speculation. Ratings for the current third season have been lower than previous years. "Cougar Town" was conspicuously missing from ABC's 2012 midseason lineup when the network debuted it in November 2011, leading many fans to worry that it had been canceled. It eventually returned for season 3 in February.