Friends

Netflix’s Clever YouTube Prerolls Use Your Searches to Cue Up Specific Scenes From ‘Friends’

How do you make a sitcom like Friends, which went off the air 12 years ago—a year before YouTube even existed—seem relevant to YouTube users today?If you're Netflix, which recently acquired the rights to stream all 10 seasons (that 236 episodes), you launch responsive preroll ads that take a user's search terms and dig up particular scenes from the show that are somehow related.

The Week’s Best Parties: From Central Perk to Central Park [Photos]

Adweek's new Facetime section pulls together pics from the hottest parties in the industry. Here's a look at last week's bashes in New York and beyond.

Eight O’Clock Coffee Is Bringing to Life the Central Perk Coffee Shop From Friends

Rejoice, Friends enthusiasts! Your dream of sipping coffee at the iconic Central Perk will soon become a reality.

The 10 Gayest Weddings on TV


Ads for The Office Finale Could Go for $400,000

Parting is such sweet sorrow, but NBC is taking the sting out of series finale of The Office by tacking an extra 15 minutes onto the one-hour running time.

Viewers Have Little Appetite for NBC’s Hannibal

Broadcasters this week squeezed out two of the final scripted series premieres of the 2012-13 campaign, and as has been the case throughout the season, the results were unspectacular.

10 Thanksgiving Episodes: Not a Turkey Among Them

Thanksgiving is a time for reflection, for gratitude, for football and for marathoning the James Bond movies. It's also a time when the braver TV writers try paying tribute to the spirit of the season.

Adweek’s Favorite Thanksgiving Specials


World Series Preview: Inside Fox’s October Showcase

When Detroit Tigers ace Justin Verlander takes the hill tonight in the opening game of the 108th edition of the World Series, he’ll be stepping into history.