When can you watch Matthew Perry’s exclusive broadcast interview with Diane Sawyer on Hulu? He talked about everything from having a crush on Jennifer Aniston to his battle with addiction.
In advance of the publication of his upcoming memoir, Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing, the interview aired on ABC on October 28th.
The actor’s new book is rumored to cover practically every facet of his life, but the touching hour-long special also sheds light on a few little-known truths about one of Hollywood’s biggest performers.
Matthew Perry’s Interview Can Be Streamed on Hulu
A day after its first airing on ABC, Matthew’s interview with Diane can be viewed online on Hulu. This means that starting on October 29, it will be accessible via streaming.
Hulu provides several different subscription options. The monthly or annual cost of the ad-supported plan is $7.99.
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Actor Details Health Scare in Upcoming Memoir
All aspects of Matthew’s life, both high and sad, are discussed in Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing.
Prior to the publication of his biography, Matthew disclosed in the cover story for PEOPLE that he battled for his life for weeks after his colon ruptured as a result of excessive opiate addiction.
The medical professional reportedly informed his family that he only had a “2% chance to live” when he was originally admitted to the hospital.
The actor revealed that he had undergone 14 stomach operations and 15 rehab visits.
Pre-Order Friends, Lovers, and The Big Terrible Thing
On Amazon, you may place a pre-order for Matthew’s memoir.
The hardcover edition costs $20.99 while the Kindle edition is $14.99.
In addition to recounting his upbringing, meteoric rise to fame, and sober path, the actor also includes anecdotes about his Friend’s coworkers.
Matthew recently admitted that he had a crush on all three of his female Friends co-stars and that he even asked Jennifer Aniston out.
His crush eventually “disappeared in the intense glare of the show,” he writes in his memoir.