At the start of 1999, Jennifer Aniston was 29 years old and probably the most bankable star on definitely the biggest TV show in the world. NBC’s Thursday night “Must See TV” lineup (which included, at various times, Seinfeld, ER, and 3rd Rock from the Sun) had pushed the network back to primetime-TV dominance, and Friends was the jewel in that crown.The show launched in 1994, explicitly to reach the rising market of Gen X–ers starting out on adult life in the big cities. And how better to find that audience than by putting it on-screen?
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