Wednesday, September 3, 2014

NBC’s “Friends” was one of the most beloved TV shows when it was on the air. And it still is.

NBC’s “Friends” was one of the most beloved TV shows when it was on the air. And it still is. Just check out this news item: “Warner Brothers have announced that a pop-up replica of the Central Perk coffee shop will open at 199 Lafayette Street in Manhattan’s SoHo neighborhood, from September 17 to October 18, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Friends TV show.”
This is a show that has its unique place in Hollywood Painter Metin Bereketli’s illustrious career as well. 

Metin's DIVERSITY 5 original painting graced the set of the show on Friends’ October 2, 2003 broadcast. The scene was the same Central Perk coffee shop, with Metin’s DIVERSITY 5 hanging on the back wall. “I received a lot of complimentary calls on that evening and afterwards,” said Metin. “I was happy that the dynamism and the core meaning of my DIVERSITY painting fit the main theme of the show so well.”

The last episode of the Friends was watched by an estimated 53 million viewers. Metin’s DIVERSITY series of paintings, on the other hand, continue to broadcast its message of harmony in diversity and friendship to art lovers all over the world. 
 

Friends coffee shop Central Perk to open in New York

Warner Brothers are opening a real Central Perk coffee house to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Friends


No comments:

Post a Comment