Jennifer Aniston is preparing her return to television. Nearly 10 years after she starred on the NBC hit series "Friends," the actress is exploring another comedy series and this time she will be working with Reese Witherspoon.

There is still no title for Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherpoon's new show and no network or streaming platform is attached to the project so far. But according to The Hollywood Reporter, the series will focus on a morning show and the TV business in New York.

HBO's former executive Michael Ellenberg is also behind the project via his newly-formed production company Media Res.

Reese Witherspoon will serve as executive producer along with Steve Kloves. "House of Cards" scribe Jay Carson will pen the script to the comedy series.

Jen and Reese on 'Friends'

This will not be the first time that Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon will work together. During "Friends," Witherspoon guest starred as Aniston's youngest sister and the two actresses have maintained a close friendship and mutual admiration for each other since.

While sitting as the guest on Conan O' Brien's late night show a few years ago, Reese Witherspoon admitted she has a huge crush on Jennifer Aniston.

The "Friends" star, meanwhile once told Entertainment Tonight during a red carpet event that she will always see Witherspoon as her little sister.

TV’s best and brightest

This collaboration seems like a match made in TV heaven as both stars are two of best and the brightest, which makes their show a highly-anticipated offering.

Reese Witherspoon earned much success for her first foray into television as a full-season actress and executive producer.

Her HBO show "Big Little Lies," which aired from February to April this year, earned several Emmy nominations including Outstanding Limited Series and Outstanding Actress for both her and co-stars Nicole Kidman and Shailene Woodley.

HBO also recently announced that “Big Little Liescould return for season 2, which will give Reese Witherspoon more chances to explore her character and the story she’s making with David E.

Kelley and Liane Moriarty.

Jennifer Aniston, meanwhile, also had much success as a TV star. Aside from starring on globally popular comedy series that aired from 1994 to 2004, she's also one of television's highest-paid. Aniston also won an Emmy for her role as Rachel Greene on "Friends."

It’s also been 13 years since Jennifer Aniston’s hiatus from television. When “Friends” ended, she had few guest appearances on shows like “30 Rock,” “Dirt” and “Cougar Town.” The last two shows starred her “Friends” co-star Courteney Cox.

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