There is no set date for taping to begin as of yet, but Aniston remains optimistic that the special will still be... very special for the fans.
"It's going to be super. You know what? This has also given us more time to make it even more exciting and more fun than it would have been," she explained. "So I choose to see it as the glass is half-full that it got postponed."
"You're never going to get rid of 'Friends,' sorry. You're stuck with us for life guys."
At the time of the first delay, WarnerMedia Entertainment and Direct-to-Consumer chairman Bob Greenblatt told Variety that he hopes the special will still be filmed in front of a live-studio audience.
"We do think there's a value to having a big, raucous live audience to experience these six great friends coming back together," he explained. "And we didn't want to just suddenly do it on a web call with, you know, six squares and people shooting from their kitchens and bedrooms."
Meanwhile, Aniston summed up her thoughts on how difficult the year has been so far.
"I'm supposed to renew my drivers license and I don't want it to say 2020 on it," she confessed. "I just want to get 2020 out and behind us."