runtime=22 Minute / Countries=USA / audience score=728559 Vote / Genre=Comedy / David Crane. (notebook) macbook new writed by marta kauffman friends pictures. Courtesy Fox 21 Marta Kauffman Fox 21 Television Studios has signed another A-list creator. Friends co-creator and Grace and Frankie creator Marta Kauffman has signed a first-look deal with the Disney Television Studios unit. Under the multiyear deal, Kauffman's company, Okay Goodnight, will develop projects for linear and streaming platforms. Okay Goodnight has already set up one project at Fox 21: The Dreamers, which it is developing along with The Littlefield Company (which also has a deal at Fox 21. Based on a novel by Karen Thompson Walker, the drama follows residents of a college town as a mysterious virus takes hold of the region. "Marta Kauffman is a legend and a hero to a generation of writers and audiences alike, and shes as talented and funny now as ever, ” Fox 21 TV Studios president Bert Salke said Thursday in a statement. "Were excited to be working with her and her partners Robbie [Rowe Tollin] and Hannah [Canter. We see an incredibly bright future with them. " Kauffman is a big get for Fox 21, having co-created one of the most successful and beloved comedies of the past 30 years in Friends and what will be Netflix's longest-running original series (in number of episodes) when Grace and Frankie airs its seventh and final season in 2021. She formed Okay Goodnight in 2014 with Tollin and Canter. Along with Grace and Frankie, the company produced the feature documentary Seeing Allred. "We're thrilled to be working with the talented team at Fox 21. said Kauffman, who recently received the Norman Lear Achievement Award at the 2020 Producers Guild Awards. "Their creative sensibilities and commitment to quality storytelling align with ours at Okay Goodnight. We've been passionate about developing The Dreamers with the right partner and look forward to kicking off the relationship with such a powerful project. " Kauffman joins a list of creatives at Fox 21 that also includes Russian Doll co-creator Leslye Headland,  Tom McCarthy  ( Spotlight, 13 Reasons Why) former  Girls  executive producer Jenni Konner and  The Affair  showrunner Sarah Treem. The studio is home to FX's  Pose, Mayans MC and  American Crime Story  (all with FX Productions) USA's  Queen of the South; National Geographic's  Genius  anthology; and the FX on Hulu pilot  The Old Man  starring Jeff Bridges, among others.

Difference between Beer and Lager. Beer tastes good. Fosters Lager is Australian piss water. Photo: Jon Kopaloff/WireImage Given its ten seasons of glorious memories, is there really a Friends episode that captures the essence of the entire series? According to co-creator Marta Kauffman, there just might be. “‘The One With the Embryos. That, for me, really says it all, ” Kauffman told Vulture at the Producers Guild of America Awards on Saturday night. In season four, episode 12, Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) and Monica (Courteney Cox) have an iconic showdown against Chandler (Matthew Perry) and Joey (Matt LeBlanc) to prove which duo knows the other better — and the winning pair scores the famous apartment. The episode has classic lines like Monicas childhood nickname (“big fat goalie”) and Chandlers fake job (“transpondster! ”. It also, as the episodes title suggests, features Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) becoming pregnant with her brother and his wifes child after a successful embryo transfer. “It had heart, it was funny, it was emotional, ” Kauffman added. “That, for me, is one of the iconic episodes. ” Since the series recently celebrated its 25th anniversary last fall, Kauffman, who received the Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television, knows the masses have a reunion on the brain. But will it happen? “Honestly, I dont know. At this point theres talk. Who knows? ” While details are uncertain, one thing is for sure to Kauffman: A potential reunion will not be scripted. “If it were the right thing, if it were the six of them together reflecting, talking about their experiences, and the episodes, then Im totally behind it. Nothing scripted. We will not do anything scripted, ” she added. And while the show may be flawless in fans eyes, Kauffman admitted she still has notes: “Every time I watch an episode, theres something Id like to change. ” If You Only Watch One Friends Episode, Make It This.

(notebook) macbook new writed by marta kauffman friends tour. Aww I love Gunther. Marta Kauffman is on a roll. The co-creator of one of the biggest sitcoms in history,  Friends, found success again with Netflix original series Grace & Frankie, and now her production office Okay Goodnight is behind two new high-profile projects: one for premium network/streamer HBO and another for Amazons streaming service, reports Deadline. Currently in development for HBO is the miniseries  We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves, which will star none other than Natalie Portman. The actress  Black Swan star will also serve as executive producer. The series is based on Karen Joy Fowlers novel of the same name, which follows university student Rosemary Cooke (Portman) who had a “complex and unusual” upbringing, including the disappearance of her “twin sister” who is ( spoiler alert) actually a chimpanzee. Along with Kauffman, several other top names in the business are attached to the project, including Christopher Monger, the co-writer of HBOs  Temple Gradin,  and Gideon Raff, who co-created Homeland and Tyrant. Monger will pen the script for the project, while Raff will serve as executive producer with Portman, Kauffman, and Robbie Tollin. Meanwhile, Kauffman will also be busy with her Amazon project, having sold an American version of popular Israeli drama  Shtisel  to the service. The American version will be called  Emmis, and the story digs deep into the orthodox community. It will be written, directed, and executive produced by Etan Cohen, best known as the writer for comedy film Tropic Thunder. In addition to these two new projects, Kauffman is currently in production for the third season of Grace & Frankie, which stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. The show has been well-received, earning two Emmy nominations this year, including one for Tomlin which will mark her second nod in a row for the role of the eccentric Frankie. Editors' Recommendations The most anticipated new TV shows of 2020   The 45 best shows on Amazon Prime right now The best HBO series The Last of the Mohicans series heads to HBO Max with Watchmen director attached The Star Trek: Picard TV series: Everything we know.

Marta Kauffman Born Marta Fran Kauffman September 21, 1956 (age 63) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U. S. Nationality American Alma mater Brandeis University Occupation TV producer, writer Known for Friends (television series) Grace & Frankie (Netflix series) Spouse(s) Michael Skloff ( m.  1984; div.  2015) Children 3 Marta Fran Kauffman (born September 21, 1956) is an American writer and TV producer, best known as the co-creator of the popular sitcom Friends, alongside David Crane. Both Kauffman and Crane were also executive producers of the show, along with Kevin Bright. Kauffman and Crane also produced Veronica's Closet, starring Kirstie Alley, and Jesse, starring Christina Applegate. From 2005–2006 she was an executive producer on Related. Both writers were the creators of the 1990 HBO series Dream On. Marta Kauffman also studied Acting at The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater in New York City. Early life and education [ edit] Born to a Jewish family in the Philadelphia suburbs, 1] Kauffman attended Marple Newtown High School, located in the Marple Newtown School District near Philadelphia, where she was a thespian and student director of the school play "Our Town" in 1974. Kauffman attended Brandeis University and received her BA in Theater in 1978. Personal life [ edit] Kauffman married Michael Skloff, who would later be the composer of the Friends theme song, and lived in Los Angeles. [1] She and Skloff filed for divorce in November 2015 after 31 years of marriage. Kauffman has three children: Hannah, Sam and Rose. [1] Kauffman is a Democrat. [2] 3] Filmography [ edit] Year Title Role Notes 1987 Everything's Relative Writer 1 episode 1990–1996 Dream On Creator, Writer (1990–1996) producer 1991 Sunday Dinner 1992–1993 The Powers That Be Creator 1993 Family Album Co-Creator 1994 Couples Writer, Associate Producer TV Movie 1994–2004 Friends Creator, Executive Producer (1994–2004) Writer (1995–1996) Extra Casting director – uncredited 1997–2000 Veronica's Closet Creator, Executive Producer 1998–2000 Jesse Executive Producer 2005–2006 Related 2007 Gifted 2008 Blessed Is the Match: The Life and Death of Hannah Senesh Documentary 2010 Independent Lenses 2011 Five 2012 Hava Nagila: The Movie Producer 2013 Call Me Crazy: A Five Film 2015–present Grace and Frankie Co-Creator, Executive Producer Alongside Howard J. Morris References [ edit] External links [ edit] Marta Kauffman on IMDb Marta Kauffman at The Interviews: An Oral History of Television.

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I am 67 years old, I have watched many state of the union addresses, this State of the Union Address was by far the greatest that I have ever heard. I was filled with joy at the same time I weped. For the first time I believe there's hope for this country. I haven't felt this way in a long time. Thank you Mr President. K.A.G👍🤠. Can you do a part 2 with Sunny this time. Illustration: Lauren Tamaki Marta Kauffman is the writer and producer responsible for some of your favorite TV shows. Along with David Crane, shes the co-creator of Friends, the iconic 90s sitcom that changed TV (and friendship) as we know it. Now shes the mastermind behind Netflixs Grace and Frankie, starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, and she is a co-founder of the female-led production company Okay Goodnight. Kauffman lives in Los Angeles, and has three kids. Heres how she gets it done. On a typical morning: My alarm goes off at 5 a. m. I tell it to shut up twice before I actually get out of bed. I brush my teeth, and then I snuggle with my dogs. I make myself a cup of coffee and I work for an hour or so. After that, I do the whole get dressed, put on your makeup, braid your hair, and get out of the house routine. Ive decided it actually takes longer to go to bed than it does to get up in the morning — taking off your shoes, your bra, the makeup. Maybe its that theres more ritual around it. On set life: When were filming, Im on the set every day. I watch every rehearsal. The production schedule is a 12-hour day, so if the call is at 7:30 a. m., then we end at 7:30 p. Hair and makeup starts before that, so its a long day. We do six days of shooting for each episode and try to keep it to two days per location. If were on location, I go and stay there the whole time, because I cant run back and forth to my office like I can when were on set, where its 27 steps between my office and the writers room. Every morning when I get into the office, I write down the episodes Im working on that day. There are days when we are working on all 13 episodes at once — where were doing the mix playback on episode one, picking music on episode two, and editing episode three. You get pulled in a thousand different directions. On co-creating Friends: When David and I lived in New York, we had a group of six friends. We were all each others best friends. We hung out all the time; we were like a family. So later, when we were thinking of shows that could have an ensemble cast, it occurred to us to look back at that point in our lives. That was the birth of the idea for Friends — that time in your life when your friends are your family. On the success of Friends: The truth is that as writers, we didnt really get to experience the success of Friends. Its not like we were at the airport and had people recognize us. It was all about the work for us. The success and the fan base didnt matter because we just had to figure out how to make the next episode as good as the last one — or better. Having a show in that time slot was a lot of pressure. On being a woman in TV: I certainly experienced misogyny at work, which I think has been incredibly rampant in this business. Lets just say there was one particular man at NBC who had a really hard time with women in power. We butted up against each other, but we found humorous ways to get through it, because there was a job to do. But one night I had period cramps while we were shooting the show. I was a little bit hunched over because my belly was hurting and I was writing notes. An executive asked me, “Are you okay? ” I said, “Im fine. ” He said, “No, really, whats wrong? ” I told him, “I have cramps. ” And he said, “This is why I hate to hire women. ” This is what I said to him: “Im doing my job. I wouldnt be so convinced that if a man got his period, he would be standing here doing his job. ” It was a pretty awful moment. On being a working mom: Its always been a struggle for me. When I was with my kids, I always felt guilty that there was work I wasnt doing. When I was working, I felt guilty that I wasnt with my kids. Now my daughter is 20 and in college — and if I werent working, I might be able to go there and visit her more. I dont get the opportunity to do that because Im in production, so I still, to this day, feel guilty about it. But my kids grew up knowing that their mother worked, and I dont think theyre any less healthy as people because of that. If anything, theyre healthier: Theyre motivated, theyre driven. My two girls are very career-oriented and they want balance in their lives, and I feel like thats a success. As a working mom, I had a partner who was willing to help, and its really hard if you dont have that. Not impossible, but hard. If you dont have a partner, then you absolutely need someone in your life who can be there when youre not, like a nanny. Someone you trust, someone you feel good about leaving your child with. You need to feel okay with them spending hours and hours with this person. On getting Grace & Frankie made: I thought there would be more roadblocks to getting the show made. Im 62 years old. Im younger than my two characters are, but Im definitely feeling the signs of getting older. Im feeling the dismissiveness from certain age groups and from men in public — in stores, in restaurants. I was feeling things in my body that no one had told me were going to happen. But we had Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, so people were definitely leaning into the idea for Grace & Frankie because of them. It felt like we had this opportunity to really talk about what it is to age, and to explore how you can age aspirationally. Not only gracefully, but with hope in your heart and the feeling that theres more to come — while still accepting the crap that happens to you: the mini-breakdowns of your body, the dry vaginas, the knees, the shoulders, the back, everything that happens to us more and more frequently as we get older. It also felt like a hole in entertainment. It was important to find a show that should reach a huge number of people, and its worked beyond our wildest expectations. Multiple generations are watching it, which was a real surprise. On her management style: I try to give people the opportunity to step up. I know that Im the last word on things, but this is a collaborative process. The only way to get good collaboration out of people is to encourage them to go beyond the basics. We have our writers go into editing and casting — each writer follows their episode from the very beginning. I want to make people feel like they have a home with me, and that they can keep moving forward with their careers. My hope is that they want to keep working with me — and that we are generous of spirit and caring enough that they want to stay. This interview has been edited and condensed. Friends Creator Marta Kauffman Hits Snooze Every Morning.

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Added Crane: Your family is your family, and that does not ever change or go away. The pair were recently presented with the Writers Guild of America West's Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for Television Writing Achievement by two of those family members: Courteney Cox (Monica) and Matt LeBlanc (Joey. Although Crane and Kauffman didn't go into much detail about the show while accepting their award, we caught up with them before the ceremony and uncovered brand new secrets (yes, some still exist. about the characters, those memorable catch phrases ( How you doin. and the one reunion that could still happen. (from left) Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, Lisa Kudrow, Marta Kauffman, Matt LeBlanc, Kevin Bright, David Crane, David Schwimmer, and Courteney Cox. Marta Kauffman was Monica Gellar: I'm a bit of a control freak. Kauffman reveals about the similarities between her and Monica. "I'm the one who makes sure that if you close a pen, it has to] click. Make sure it clicks. I'm the one who has the pencils at perfect angles. Color coding? My favorite thing in the world. I do that with characters. They're all color coded. The Inspiration for Chandler and Ross: Crane's writing and life partner, Jeffrey Klarik, joked that Mr. Heckles was most like Crane—but in all actuality, Crane admits that "my personality lands somewhere in between Chandler and Ross. How so? A little neurotic, a little defended by humor. I'm probably the least like Joey of all of them, but you know, when you're writing you get in their heads. It doesn't matter who you are, it's just channeling who they are. The Reunion That Could Happen: Although Kauffman doesn't want a scripted reunion with the characters, she wouldn't be opposed to a TV special where the actors reminisce about their favorite episodes: I don't know that I'd be opposed to that. I don't know that they'd want to do it, considering they've spent a lot of time trying to move on and no longer be Joey and Chandler and Phoebe and Ross. I don't know if they would do it, but I wouldn't be opposed to them sitting around talking about it. Ed. Note: David Schwimmer and Matt LeBlanc have been pretty open with Glamour about some of their favorite memories. The Episodes That Stood Out the Most Are. Though Kauffman says picking favorite episodes are a bit like asking to pick your favorite child, she has a special fondness for the birth episodes. I think that must be a mother thing. she says. For Crane, it's the Thanksgiving episodes: For some reason, everyone just stepped up. I mean, the one with Brad Pitt and the one with the have a special place in my heart. The Truth Behind "How You Doin. It was someone in the [writer's] room. reveals Crane. "I don't [remember who. But when it was first introduced, it wasn't introduced as a catchphrase. It was [just] a line, and then it became a catchphrase as it went along. Backstage, Matt LeBlanc hung out on a teal couch (it should have been orange. with Kauffman and Crane at the Backstage Creations celebrity retreat. Favorite Lines From Friends: Klarik (who also wrote for Mad About You) says that his favorite line comes from Phoebe Buffay in the Friends pilot. Phoebe said something like, Oh, I just lost three eyelashes that can't be good. As for Crane, choosing a favorite line is much harder: There are fans who remember these shows so much better than we do. We were just working and writing, so [it all blends together. The Hardest Episodes to Write: The first one and the last one of each season. says Crane. "Those tend to be our best episodes, but they don't come very easy. How to Make It As a TV Writer: Kauffman for the win with her kick-ass advice: Don't take any shit. Write what your heart believes. You don't have to listen to other people. Listen to the problems people have with what you're writing, but don't write to them. How to Make It As a TV Writer, Part II: Say yes to everything. urges Crane. "I mean, within socially acceptable limits! The job that sounds like it's not going to lead to anything will probably be the job that leads to everything. Marta and I, we had a meeting when we were still living in New York, and they showed us these black and white clips and said, What would you do with them. And we said, I dunno. On the flight home to New York from L. A., we came up with the idea for a sitcom that became Dream On —that became our first show, which became everything else. When we went into that meeting, we thought, This is stupid. and then it ended up leading to everything. For more with the cast of Friends, including the episode David Schwimmer can't wait to show his daughter, click here.

So, i recently saw Friends for the third time and i must say that this series is still perfect. For me, it's best sitcom i've ever seen. Imagine that you came home after really tough day at work or at school. You just sit on your couch and turn on the TV. Then you start to watch Friends and your day is way more better. I don't know exactly what it is. Maybe it's some kind of the magic.
The series is pretty funny, jokes are simple and great. Scriptwriters did awesome job and the whole crew made unforgettable show.
In the end i want to say that everyone needs Friends in their life and that Ross, Monica, Chandler, Rachel, Phoebe and Joey will be in my heart forever. Thanks, thanks for this special show.
And of course Chick and Duck will be in my heart too.

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I love this show with all my heart. i think i first started watching this show when season three was first showing on TV. that would of made me about ten years old, i was hooked. fifteen years later and the show has been finished for a while now and i'm still hooked. its literally a laugh a minute show that never got boring even for ten years. my favourite seasons has to be the mid seasons (four, five, six and seven) thats when the show was really at its peak
i love every character in this show. the guys are funnier than the girls but they all do a fantastic job. Ross is so funny as the nerd who has been divorced so many times that hes finding it hard to get new relationships. his nerdy acting in this really makes me laugh. Chandler is the joke master but has so many insecurities, hes a gem. Joey is the dumbest character in any programme but is a girl magnet and is probably the funniest in the show. Monica is Ross's sister who has too many problems such as her cleaning habits. Rachel is also a brilliant character and always adds something brilliant to each episode. last but not least there's Pheobe who is a weird street smart psycho in my eyes. her stories of her past makes me laugh so much. what makes this show so amazing it the situations these characters get in to through the ten years the programme went on for
this is a show i watch all the time. i also love Simpson's the same as this but this show will never die in my eyes. once i get through all ten seasons like I've done so many times i just watch it all over again ha ha ha, its true.
i think everyone must of seen this show. its on TV all the time but if you are living under a rock and haven't then i advise you to watch this classic. its probably the best comedy on television. 10/10. j.d Seaton.

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