NEW YORK, Jan. 23 (UPI) --
NBC Universal chief Jeff Zucker
Monday said there is not "one ounce of truth" to widespread reports of a multimillion-dollar "Friends" reunion.
Published reports cropped up during the weekend reporting the six "Friends" stars had signed big money deals with NBC to revisit the sitcom for four one-hour episodes.
However, Zucker told "Access Hollywood" the reports had "not one ounce of truth."
He also quashed a rumored "Friends" spinoff starring David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc.
"Friends" ended its 10-year run in May 2004 and remains popular in syndication.
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