Friends legend Lisa Kudrow is worlds away from Phoebe as she makes epic TV return

FRIENDS legend Lisa Kudrow is worlds away from Phoebe as she makes an epic TV return.

The 58-year-old is best known for playing quirky Phoebe Buffay in the classic American sitcom from 1994 to 2004.

But now she will be starring in a new poltergeist comedy on HBO Max called The Parenting.

Lisa will star alongside Succession's Brian Cox, Edie Falco and Dean Norris, who will play her on-screen husband.

The Hollywood Reporter writes that the premise for the show focuses on a young couple called Josh and Graham, who rent a house in the country to introduce their parents to one another.

However, things take a scary-yet-comedic turn when they discover the house is haunted by a 400-year-old ghost.

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Brian and Edie will play one set of parents while Lisa and Dean play the other.

Lisa has had a number of TV projects on the go in recent years, including a main role in Feel Good and a recurring role in Steve Carell's Netflix comedy, Space Force.

Meanwhile Brian, 75, has won a legion of fans for his star turn as Logan Roy.

Edie, 58, is best known for her role as Carmela Soprano in The Sopranos and Nurse Jackie Peyton in Nurse Jackie.

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As for Dean, 58, will be a familiar face for Breaking Bad fans, having starred as DEA Hank Schrader in the hit series and its prequel, Better Call Saul.

The Parenting is being written by Kent Sublette and will be directed by Craig Johnson.

A release date is yet to be confirmed.

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