'Friends' Is Heading to Movie Theaters for Its 25th Anniversary

The closest thing to a “Friends” movie is happening next month.

In honor of the 25th anniversary of the iconic show’s premiere, several episodes of the NBC series will be shown in theaters across the country on three nights, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Entitled "Friends 25th: The One With the Anniversary," fans will be able to hit up over 1,000 movie theaters to watch four episodes, along with bonus interviews and behind-the-scenes clips, on Monday, September 23, Saturday, September 28th, and Wednesday, October 2nd.

And to make it extra special, the show’s original 35mm camera negatives were remastered in 4K to give it a truly cinematic experience.

“We’re thrilled to celebrate the 25th anniversary of 'Friends,' a TV show that continues to impact culture and attract new fans from across generations,” organizer Fathom Events said in a statement. “Fans will have the opportunity to come together and look back on some of the most hilarious and emotional scenes from the acclaimed comedy — this time, in theaters.”

To help “Friends” enthusiasts figure out their game plan, those that head to theaters on September 23rd will see “Pilot-ReDo,” “The One With the Blackout,” “The One With the Birth,” and “The One Where Ross Finds Out.”

If you’re more of a weekend warrior, then the September 28th screening offers up “The One With the Prom Video,” “The One Where No One’s Ready,” “The One With the Morning After,” and “The One With the Embryos.”

And for your last chance to see Ross, Rachel, Monica, Chandler, Phoebe, and Joey on the big screen, moviegoers on October 2nd will feast their eyes on “The One With Chandler in a Box,” “The One With Ross’ Wedding — Part 2,” “The One Where Everyone Finds Out,” and “The One Where Ross Got High.”

Fans can buy tickets here to one or all of the screenings starting on Friday, August 16th.

So don’t forget or you’ll be the one who missed out on this amazing event.