• David Schwimmer said the much-delayed "Friends" reunion special will be taped "in a little over a month"
  • He will be "heading out to Los Angeles" for the filming
  • The actor gave the update during a recent interview with Andy Cohen

David Schwimmer has some good news for "Friends" fans. After multiple delays, he confirmed that the "Friends" reunion special will finally start filming "in a little over a month."

The 54-year-old actor, who played Ross Geller on the iconic sitcom, shared the update during an interview with SiriusXM host Andy Cohen.

When asked about the HBO Max project, Schwimmer said, "Oh, it’s happening. Actually, in a little over a month, I’m heading out to LA. So, finally, I mean, we figured out a way to film it safely, and there’s going to be a portion of it that we film outside because of, you know, for safety protocols."

Schwimmer will be reuniting with his fellow cast members Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry on the small screen nearly two decades after "Friends" aired its final season.

The "Friends" reunion special was expected to launch in May 2020, but the coronavirus pandemic forced them to delay the project. The show's cast members and producers have made sure to keep fans updated about it over the past several months.

Perry tweeted in November last year, "Friends reunion being rescheduled for the beginning of March. Looks like we have a busy year coming up. And that's the way I like it!"

HBO chief Casey Bloys also confirmed in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that the cast is scheduled to reunite and start filming together for the HBO Max special "this spring."

The original series might have wrapped up in 2004, but its cast members have remained friends, especially Aniston and Cox.

Honoring Aniston on her 52nd birthday last month, Cox posted on Instagram, "Happy Birthday Jenny Louise! We’ve known each other so long I don’t even remember why I call you that. I love you!"

While their fans are eagerly waiting for the reunion, a TikTok user recently pointed out a habit that Aniston's character, Rachel Green, does in most scenes of the sitcom.

"Jennifer Aniston has this sort of vocal tic that she does at the beginning of every single sentence that she starts," the TikTok user said. "It’s very specific and very hard to unsee once you notice it."

The user proved his point by sharing a compilation of scenes from "Friends" that show Rachel clearing her throat before delivering dialogues.

Former “Friends­” actor David Schwimmer is pictured as Robert Kardashian Sr. in FX’s “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.­” FX