Jennifer Aniston wants to return to TV

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JENNIFER Aniston is desperate to make a return to TV.

The 47-year-old screen beauty is best known for playing the role of Rachel Green in global hit sitcom 'Friends' but since the series ended in May 2004 she has been almost exclusively working on films and has become a much in-demand comedy actress with roles in movies such as 'Horrible Bosses', 'We're the Millers' and most recently 'Office Christmas Party'.

After 13 years of the big screen, Jennifer is eager to return to the small screen and be a part of some "wonderful stories".

Speaking about future career, she said: "I've thought about it a lot. That's where the work is. That's where the quality is. At this point in my career, I want to be part of wonderful stories, exciting characters, and also just having a good time. Anywhere would be a wonderful place. Netflix, Amazon - everything you're seeing on television is fantastic

"It's almost like there's not much a difference."

As she has gotten older, Jennifer can't believe how quickly time flies and she is determined to make the most of every moment.

She explained: "When you're in your 20s, going away from home was an adventure. Meeting new people - seeing other parts of the country or world - was so exciting. Now it's really about wanting to stay closer to home and just enjoying your time. It goes really fast. The experience needs to be a good experience. I have no time for the yelling, angry directors or bad behaviour anymore."

And Jennifer - who married actor-and-screenwriter Justin Theroux, 45, in 2015 - has admitted she is keen to embark on more projects where she will be behind the camera because she enjoys being part of a project "from the seed of it".

Speaking about producing future projects to Variety, she said: "Oh, I love it. There's something very exciting about being part of a project from the seed of it, and putting it together. And you just feel so proud of it on another level."

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