Friends: Rebooted for the Millennial Selfie Generation, by Nerdist

Seinfeld has been updated and parodied for today’s times and technology thanks to Twitter (@SeinfeldToday) and (@Seinfeld2000).

But what about that other Must-See TV sitcom of the 1990s? Friends uploaded all of its history onto Netflix this year, but how would Friends be portrayed in this year of 2015?

Created by Andrew Bowser and Ben Mekler, Nerdist Presents: Friends Rebooted imagines an eclectic group of Millennials who share a common love of their selfies and their cell phones. With a remix of the original theme song by The Rembrandts covered by Freddy Scott. Roll the clip!

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