Jennifer Aniston says an entire generation thinks Friends is ‘offensive’.

A few months ago TV series “Friends” (which has been a worldwide success since its premiere in 1994) has been heavily criticized for its lack of diversity in its characters, as well as the homophobic details that have caused Martha Kaufmann – one of the creators of the program – admitted his mistakes. Now Jennifer Anistonwho gained fame thanks to the series, spoke about this.

While promoting his latest film Murder Mystery 2 (in which he shares credits with Adam Sandler) Aniston commented AFP this comedy evolved, but it a whole generation of new viewers found “Friends” offensive: “Now it’s a bit difficult because you have to be very careful, which makes life very difficult for comedians. Because the beauty of comedy is that we laugh at ourselves, we laugh at life.”

Jennifer also said that when “Friends” succeeded, there was a different era, and now the scenarios are different: “There were things that were never intentional and others…well, we had to think it over carefully, but I don’t think there was as much delicacy back then as there is now. We can’t take ourselves too seriously, especially in America. Everyone is too divided.”

Author: Julio Cortez
Source: La Opinion


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