Despite the number of 鈥90s TV hits coming back to life lately, from Will & Grace to Roseanne, one classic that sadly shows no signs of being revived is the NBC sitcom Friends. This weekend, though, a Friends: The Movie trailer started circulating online, and while it wasn鈥檛 the real deal, it had people feeling all the feels.

A YouTube channel named Smasher, which frequently edits and shares fake 鈥渃oncept鈥 trailers for fun, posted the trailer last week, and has racked up almost four million views from fans desperate for a glimpse of the gang getting back together again.

The description for the video (titled 鈥淭he One With the Reunion鈥) reads, 鈥淭his picks up a few years [after] where the final season left off, with Ben and Emma grown up. Mike and Phoebe have trouble with marriage, Monica and Chandler are getting a divorce, Joey couldn鈥檛 find someone, and Ross and Rachel have trouble after many years of not being together!鈥

The clips were taken from other projects the stars have done over the years, such as Courteney Cox鈥檚 Cougar Town, Matt LeBlanc鈥檚 Episodes, and Lisa Kudrow鈥檚 Web Therapy (with a special appearance from David Schwimmer). The latter shows some seemingly romantic tension between Schwimmer and Kudrow, but given that the context of the fake movie trailer means it would be between Ross and Phoebe, we鈥檙e a little weirded out.

In any case, fans were quick to scream in excitement about the discovery.

Once reality set in, though, some felt betrayed by the fake clip.

NBC executive Bob Greenblatt recently named some of the network鈥檚 most-loved titles, such as The Office, 30 Rock, West Wing, and ER, as shows he鈥檇 love to bring back, but unfortunately for us, Friends didn鈥檛 make the list. For the time being, this trailer is all we have 鈥 and yes, we鈥檙e totally watching it on a loop.

Did you get fooled by the fake Friends trailer? Let us know @BritandCo!

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