It's official: NBC announced at today's Television Critics Assoc. press tour in Hollywood that it has signed a deal with Matt LeBlanc to headline a Friends spinoff, to debut in September 2004. Joey will likely take over the Thursday/8 pm timeslot soon to be vacated by Friends. LeBlanc's lucrative new pact also includes a two-picture movie deal with Warner Bros., the studio behind Friends and its spinoff. Also announced at press tour: NBC plans a dishy behind-the-scenes movie on Charlie's Angels, which aired on ABC from 1976-1981. The Peacock skewered another Alphabet classic, Three's Company, with a tell-all telepic back in May. (For TV Guide critic Matt Roush's reaction to Joey, click here.)