The beloved sitcom ran from 1994 to 2004 on NBC.
Courteney Cox is taking a stroll down memory lane. On Wednesday, the 57-year-old actress celebrated the 27th anniversary of the premiere of Friends by sharing a throwback clip of herself discussing the series during an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in 1994.
"27 years ago... when it started. #Friends", Cox —who played Monica Geller on the show for ten season— wrote on her Instagram Stories alongside the footage.
"It's about six unique characters that are all friends. It's really a truly situational comedy — just the different situations they get into", Cox tells host Jay Leno in the clip after he remarks that he has read "some nice things" about the series.
In addition to Cox, the beloved sitcom —which ran from 1994 to 2004 on NBC— starred Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer.
Earlier this year, the six actors sat down for the highly-anticipated Friends reunion special, which premiered on HBO Max in May. The two-hour special included an interview with host James Corden, table reads of classic scenes, celebrity appearances and more.
Friends: The Reunion went on to earn Cox her very first Emmy nomination when the special, in which she also served as executive producer, received a nod for outstanding variety special (pre-recorded). However, the recognition wasn't what Cox had anticipated.
"Honestly, I am so happy that the reunion has been recognized because I think it's terrific. [Director] Ben Winston did a great job and all of his crew", she told Entertainment Tonight in July. "That's not the Emmy I was looking for. I'm being honest with you."