‘Friends’ alum Matthew Perry splits with fiancé Molly Hurwitz
Matthew Perry Actor Matthew Perry and his fiancée, Molly Hurwitz, are nixing their walk down the aisle six months after getting engaged. (Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images)Actor Matthew Perry and his fiancée, Molly Hurwitz, are nixing their walk down the aisle six months after getting engaged, multiple media outlets reported. The “Friends” alum issued a statement Tuesday to People magazine confirming the split. Perry, 51, began dating the 29-year-old literary manager in 2018, but he didn’t pop the question until November 2020, CNN reported. Luckily, I happened to be dating the greatest woman on the face of the planet at this time,” Perry told People when Hurwitz said yes.wftv.com
75 years later, can Asia shake off shackles of the past?
Strategically located only 660 miles from Tokyo, the Pacific island became the site of one of the bloodiest, most famous battles of World War II against Japan. (AP Photo/Joe Rosenthal, File)TOKYO Northeast Asia doesnt so much repeat history as drag it along like an anchor. Japan in 2020 is unrecognizable to the fascist military machine that once rolled across Asia. Political leaders, for one, will have to resist the temptation to use the past for their own ends. ___Foster Klug, AP's news director for Japan, the Koreas, Australia and the South Pacific, has covered Asia since 2005.
'Friends' is leaving Netflix at midnight and won't be available to stream until May
NBC | Getty ImagesOn New Year's Day, the adventures of Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe and Joey will be gone from Netflix and won't be available to stream until May. "Friends," the hit '90s sitcom, has lived on the streaming service since 2015 when Netflix paid $100 million for the rights to exclusively stream it on its platform. In July, WarnerMedia outbid Netflix, to the tune of around $400 million to $500 million, for the rights to the TV show. In the meantime, "Friends" will not be available to stream. There shouldn't be a long gap between the show leaving Netflix and arriving on the NBC platform.cnbc.com
Google marks 25 years of 'Friends' with Easter eggs
(L-R) Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing, Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green, David Schwimmer as Ross Geller, Courteney Cox as Monica Geller, Matt Le Blanc as Joey Tribbiani, Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe Buffay. (CNN) - This weekend marks 25 years since "Friends" hit TV screens -- and Google is marking the occasion with a sparkling special feature. The search engine has launched seven "Friends"-themed "Easter eggs" that show users special icons when they search for their favorite character. A search for Ross Geller, pop-culture's most famous paleontologist, brings up a couch -- click on it, and you'll hear Ross' helpful suggestion to "pivot!" For fans who search for "Friends glossary," the search engine will pull definitions for "unfloopy," "phalange," "hand twin" and "mississipily" -- just in case you needed reminding.
Matthew Perry talks “The Odd Couple” in the Toyota Green Room
Matthew Perry talks “The Odd Couple” in the Toyota Green Room In this week’s edition of “Sounds of the Toyota Green Room,” actor Matthew Perry chats with Gayle King about writing starring in “The Odd Couple” on CBS. Matthew also talks about how Netflix is exposing “Friends” to a new generation of viewers.cbsnews.com
Matthew Perry on remaking "The Odd Couple," substance abuse and "Friends"
Matthew Perry on remaking "The Odd Couple," substance abuse and "Friends" The sitcom star's one-liners from "Friends" still keeps people laughing, nearly 11 years after the hit comedy signed off. Perry is now putting a modern twist on another TV classic, taking on the iconic role of Oscar Madison in the CBS revival of "The Odd Couple." Perry joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the show.cbsnews.com