In the latest at-home interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Courteney Cox, better known as Monica Geller from “Friends” revealed that she cried at every single episode of the second season of “9 Months With Courteney Cox.”
This is a series that Courteney Cox introduced on Facebook Watch on the 4th of January in 2019. It was started with a purpose of documenting the sufferings of families going through countless challenges and extraordinary pain during the tough journey of 9 months to parenthood.
“9 Months With Courteney Cox” is not just about, as the name suggests, documenting the pregnancies in general but the fights that families have to fight with disabilities and life-threatening diseases along the way, the stories as saddening and inspiring as the story of a mother who discovers just a week after testing positive on the pregnancy test that she’s suffering from breast cancer and a mother who couldn’t carry her child after birth because of cerebral palsy.
Courteney can relate to these diverse experiences of the participants as she had to face a lot of complications before she could finally call herself a mother. She had a gene mutation and suffered several miscarriages before giving birth to her daughter Coco Arquette after undergoing two cycles of IVF on June 13, 2004, at the age of 39.
For this show, Courteney asks people across America if they want to share with the world a raw glimpse of the ups and downs of the most important and critical period of their life further filled up with upsetting circumstances.
The second season will have 10 couples, unlike the first season that documented 15 of them over 20 episodes. The first episode of this new season is planned to be premiered on the event of Mother’s Day on May 10. Every Sunday and Thursday new episodes will air at 6 pm PT/9 pm ET on Facebook Watch.
“9 Months With Courteney Cox” also administrates a Facebook Group that goes by the same name where everybody is free to share their personal pregnancy stories, talk about their painful and pleasant experiences, and exchange advice.