Courteney Cox’s upcoming guest-starring role on Matthew Perry’s “Go On” isn’t quite the “Friends” reunion fans have been waiting for, but it’s close.
TV star Matthew Perry stopped by The Grove to talk with “Extra’s” Mario Lopez about his new NBC show, “Go On,” in which he plays a widower who begrudgingly attends mandatory group therapy sessions.
Actor Matthew Perry threw the honorary first pitch at the Dodgers game on Wednesday, paying homage to his new “Go On” character, sports talk radio host Ryan King.
Actor Matthew Perry will be heading back to a treatment facility to continue his ongoing recovery from past prescription drug and alcohol problems.
The "Friends "star, 41, quipped in a statement, "I'm making plans to go away for a month to focus on my sobriety and to continue my life in recovery. Please enjoy making fun of me on the World Wide Web."
Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry still have their friendly bond, but both have moved on to new TV shows, premiering mid-season.
Perry is starring in the upcoming ABC show "Mr. Sunshine," playing an unlucky-in-love owner of a second-rate sports arena. "It's an exaggerated version of myself," Perry explained to "Extra."
LeBlanc is back on the small screen for the first time since his ill-fated "Friends" spin-off, "Joey," playing a fictionalized version of himself in the Showtime comedy "Episodes."
Matthew Perry is getting friendly with a vampire!
The former "Friend" was spotted out and about with "Twilight" star Elizabeth Reaser at West Hollywood favorite, Jerry's Deli.
Perry recently completed filming on "17 Again" -- with teen heartthrob Zac Efron.