Jennifer Aniston stole the hearts of fans as she played the role of Rachel Green on Friends for a decade and since then, she has found herself in many different roles in the television and film industry, from sitcom actress, to producer, and even a morning show host!


'Jennifer Aniston: More Than Friends'

Premiering on REELZ this Tuesday at 9 PM ET/PT, fans will get a look into the long running career of the Friends actress in a special, Jennifer Aniston: More Than Friends. In a sneak peek, we see the actress talk about how one of the hardest parts of acting is remaining working:

"I was just grateful to work. I honestly knew that to be an actor is tough, to be a working actor is even harder. I was just happy working and I think that as I grew older, I started to get more focused on the parts that I wanted to play and I just knew I wanted to break out and do other things, you know. and this was great and I love all this but I know that there's more that I want to do and am capable of."

Aniston has definitely shown her capabilities throughout the years. Along with her awards for her on-screen roles, she has been a popular topics in the tabloids, with fans following her relationship status over the span of her two high-profile marriages and divorces.

Details On Her Current Affairs

Celebrity Page TV correspondent Rob Shuter from iHeartRadio's Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter is telling us all about Aniston's life over two decades after her break-out role on Friends. Currently, Aniston stars on and produces the Apple TV series, The Morning Show. Shuter tells us about her leading role on the project and says:

"Jen is a boss lady now! She is not just and actress on a TV show, it's her show! She's the executive producer, she's the boss, she's loving this new chapter of her life. Jen was stereotyped as Rachel from 'Friends' she never thought she'd ever be able to step out of that character. She finally has, this 'Morning Show' has given her a second career choice, people are raving abut it. She's even winning awards."

Recently, Aniston and her ex-husband, Brad Pitt, were seen interacting with each other for a virtual table read for charity during quarantine. The two certainly got people talking again and fans even rooted for the two to be a couple again. The however, is left in the past for us to look back on with nostalgia for a time when Friends was a hit show on NBC, not a status symbol on Facebook. Shuter clears up the relationship of the ex-couple for us and tells us about Pitt and Aniston's current friendship:

"Jen and Brad are not back together. Sources tell me they are friends. We want them to be together but we want it more than they do. They're not getting back together, water under the bridge. They have remained friends which I think is just great. They even flirt a little bit, we saw that on the Zoom conference they did together, but they're not a couple. They talk, not as often as you would think, but they talk, they enjoy each other, and it's nice that these two are, no pun intended, friends."
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