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It premiered on the NBC television network, on September 9, 2004, in the former time slot of its parent series, Thursday nights at p.m.
Joey says goodbye to a time when his friends were his family and welcomes the chance to turn his family into his friends.
but was replaced by Andrea Anders and the character name changed to Alex. The network pulled the series after the first Tuesday broadcast and its cancellation was announced on May 15, 2006.
The series did well in the Nielsen ratings in its first season (2004–2005) and was subsequently renewed for a second season (2005–2006). The remaining episodes have never been broadcast by NBC, but have been shown on various other networks around the world.
Friends producers Marta Kauffman and David Crane were not interested in the spin-off, although Kevin S.
Bright agreed to be executive producer along with Joey creators, Scott Silveri and Shana Goldberg-Meehan, the latter of whom left the show after the first season and was replaced by Jon Pollack.