Courteney Cox’s hit series Friends ran on NBC for 10 years, chronicling the lives of 6 friends over a decade. Now Cox and her ex/producing partner, David Arquette, are developing Ten Years, an ensemble comedy that explores the ups and downs of relationships among a group of friends spanning 10 years. According to our sister site TV Line, which broke the story, two of the characters are loosely inspired by Cox and Arquette’s real-life post-split arrangement where the two remain close in caring for their daughter. The project is set up at ABC Studios, where Cox and Arquette’s company is based, and will be shopped to the networks shortly. I hear Howard Morris is attached as writer.
Courteney Cox & David Arquette Developing Ensemble Comedy About Friends
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