‘Friends’ Star Matthew Perry Regrets Show Ending, Wishes He Could Have Done Another Season

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“Friends” star Matthew Perry seemingly expressed regret about ending the iconic show with 10 seasons instead of 11.

“‘Do an eleventh season,'” Perry responded when asked what advice he’d give his younger self during an interview published Thursday with People magazine ahead of the much-anticipated reunion.

Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow also gave advice.

Aniston said she “wouldn’t change a thing.”

“Nothing to warn or be aware of,” she added.

“It would be like, ‘This might get scary but don’t worry, you’ve got these five people,'” Kudrow added.

“‘That will always have your back,'” Aniston chimed in. “We’ll be family for life.”

I really agree with Perry here. There definitely should have been an 11th season of “Friends” and it should have been set 10 years in the future. Everyone is dying to know what happened for everyone. That’s how invested fans became in this series. (RELATED: Watch The Full Trailer For ‘Friends: The Reunion’)

Did everyone get married? Did anyone have kids? These are the questions that need to be answered. What was the vision there? When you watch “Friends,” you feel like you grow with all the characters. So, it’s natural that you want to know what happens to them.

I’m glad we are getting a reunion though. This cast is special and it’ll be great to see them get together again.