Thirteen years have passed by since it was last aired and the hit series is still gaining millions of fans around the world. While the actors have gone through many ups and downs in the last decade, some actors did want to have a reunion. However, they did seem sad to say that it may never happen due to the varying schedules each of them have. In mid-2016, Marta Koufmann, one of the creators of the series, exclaimed that she ran out of ways to explain to the fans that a reunion may never happen and they should know it. Despite the show being alive on Netflix, the audience just wanted to relive the era once more!

If not a reunion, then welcome the Broadway musical

The parody musical is going to be released this fall! The creators of "Katdashions The Musical" (parody of the show "Keeping up with the Kardashians"), "Bayside The Musical," and "90210" are back with "F.R.I.E.N.D.S" this time. While Bob and Tobly McSmith, the writers for these musicals, have composed engaging and hilarious screenplays, the fans claim that the parody of the NBC sitcom "F.R.I.E.N.D.S" might be the best of the lot. The musical is going to be staged in New York!

The song titles are just as fancy as the idea itself

If you thought that the concept of this musical is fascinating, then you have more evidence to think so. The songs revolve around the most famous, hilarious, awkward and signature moments in the iconic show.

Joey Tribbiani's most favorite pick-up line in the show, "How you doing?" has inspired a song while Ross and Rachel's biggest fight over their breakup has fired the imagination for the song, "We were on a break!".

"Oh. My. God. Its Janice!" and "Hey Ugly Naked Guy Who Lives Across The Street" are two other song titles that are sure to lure the audience!

With twelve songs on its way, there is no doubt that this musical would be an exceptionally gripping and entertaining one!

That is not all of it - You can try your luck at the auditions

The LA Times claim that the auditions for this musical will be held in a month's time in New York City and the show will be staged around September or October at the Triad Theatre.

For those who are not going to the auditions, be sure to see the show. The ticket sales start in June. Keep your fingers crossed for the stars who danced around the fountain for "I'll be there for you" might be there as guest performers too. Nothing is certain but the McSmiths have surely approached them.