Jennifer Aniston Reacts to the Possibility of Former 'Friends' Co-Stars Joining 'The Morning Show' (Exclusive)

The actress opens up to ET at a special sneak peek screening of her Apple TV+ drama.

Jennifer Aniston's new drama series, The Morning Show, hasn't even premiered yet and it's already generating quite a bit of buzz. 

This means the cast and creators are already gearing up for a second season and thinking about potential guest stars for future episodes. Oprah Winfrey's name has come up more than once, but some fans are wondering who else could be on their radar.

ET spoke with Aniston at a sneak peek screening of The Morning Show at the Paley Center on Tuesday, and she coyly reacted to the possibility of any of her former Friends co-stars -- Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow -- making an appearance on the show in future seasons.

When asked which of her Friends pals would best fit in with the context and tone of her tense, fiery new drama series, Aniston said, "Any one of them."

With all of her former co-stars having carved impressive careers for themselves in the TV and film landscape following the conclusion of the iconic comedy, there's no shortage of good choices for Aniston and Reese Witherspoon -- her Morning Show co-star and co-producer -- to choose from when it comes to Friends alums.

However, Aniston teasingly said, when asked if they'd reached out to any of them about the possibility, "Not yet."

Witherspoon also spoke about whether her fictional worlds could cross over with a guest starring role for some of her Big Little Lies co-stars on The Morning Show, stating, "I would love all of them to be on the show."

"I loved Nicole [Kidman]Laura DernZoe Kravitz, and Shailene Woodley, and Meryl [Streep]. Meryl, casual," she quipped.

The Morning Show premieres Nov. 1 on Apple TV+.