The main characters in the Friends TV series are six friends. Three girls and three guys, who are friends, live next door, kill time together and confront harsh reality, share their secrets and sometimes fall very deeply in love. Six friends have a lot to go through together – funny adventures, touching and comic moments, romances, meetings, and separations. Friendship and a sense of humor help them cope with any, even the most difficult, situation. The show was aired with great success in various countries of the world and gained many fans.
Meaning and History
Casting began in March 1994, and filming began in the summer. The target audience for the series was proposed by the producers as people between the ages of 18 and 49. The Friends became one of the most notable television projects of the 90s and in just 10 years – from 1994 to 2004 – 10 seasons were filmed. The last two episodes were filmed in January 2004 and aired in May of the same year.
What is Friends?
This is a popular American comedy television series about the lives of six best friends. The main action of the Friends series revolves around the relationship of the couple Ross Geller (David Schwimmer) and Rachel Green (Jennifer Aniston), who have known each other since high school and met a few years after graduation.
1994 – 2004
The artfully drawn Friends logo captures the fun and energetic spirit of the series. The six colored dots separating the letters that spell the word Friends echo the colors of the six umbrellas used in the scene. These dots between the letters represent the six friends. The bold letters looked funky and were written at different heights. The fact that this logo was not changed throughout the whole series, which lasted whopping 10 years tells everyone that this logo was just as successfully created as the series itself. It has a timeless and cheerful look.
The 25th anniversary was marked by an updated version of the logo. It featured the same Friends logo in combination with a bright and intricate element. It stated “25 Years” in a rectangular frame embellished with playful curves. The emblem also had bright colors with the frame having black smooth lines and bright yellow accents. The number is written in red with a very thin black shadow. The letters used to write Friends have been modernized and acquired a smoother look and were more equal in size. The colorful dots have been placed in a different order.