Many people believe Friends is the most famous and popular television show in history. David Crane and Marta Kauffman developed the show in 1993 for NBC’s American television network.
Friends’ initial seasons had a mediocre response from viewers, but as time passed, the show’s popularity and fandom skyrocketed.
Six friends in their 20s and 30s who reside in New York City are the subjects of the television series, which explores their romantic relationships and the issues they face daily.
Friends’ cast featured actors including Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry, and David Schwimmer. She gained notoriety as a result of the show.
After learning that she was the only one of her six friends who didn’t even receive an Emmy nomination Courteney Cox was heartbroken.
Courteney Cox, who played The Monica Geller, said in an interview that she had no idea she had been overlooked for an Emmy, despite consistently cheering on her coworkers and giving them standing ovations.
“Yes, it always hurt my feelings. It definitely hurt my feelings when all the cast members were nominated but me. I was happy for everyone, and then I finally thought, ‘Oh, am I the only one?’ It hurts…” She says.
Even though Cox was not nominated, her contributions to the show have always been highly regarded, making her a popular character among viewers who enjoyed Monica’s romance with Chandler Bing.