Zach Braff opens up about the possibility of Scrubs resurrecting, and while he admits not knowing anything, he says “there will be some incarnation.”
Zach Braff recently talked about the possibility of a file scrubs Revival of the series. Braff, who played Dr. John “JD” Dorian in the popular comedy, began his career alongside Gwyneth Paltrow on the 1989 TV pilot series, Averagethat has never been broadcast. After a number of smaller roles, including Woody Allen’s 1993 Manhattan murder mysteryacting as JD in scrubs It served as his first major role and would also earn him 3 Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominations.
Considered one of the most successful sitcoms of the 2000s, the series was best known for its slapstick and surreal daydream sequences. Premiering in October 2001, the series would run for nine seasons until March 2010. Originally, scrubs Season 8 was intended to serve as the show’s ending, however, an additional season renewal changed the show from Sacred Heart Hospital to Winston University School of Medicine and introduced a new core cast. While Braff will continue throughout the final season, the season will introduce Kerry Bishé’s Lucy Bennett as the new main character.
Recently, Braff spoke with comic book movie About his latest project, which is a Disney+ remake of the family comedy Cheaper by the dozen. During the interview, Braff was asked about the possibility of a scrubs revived the series and admitted that while he doesn’t know if any plans are being made, he”imagine[s] There will be some incarnationSometime in the future. Check out his full answer below:
I don’t know, I don’t know. I get asked about it every day, even when I’m not doing a journalistic assignment. For now, we’ll stick to our podcast – Fake Doctors, Real Friends – and if you’re not listening, please check it out. You can get it from wherever you get your podcasts. I think that one day, since there is so much clamor for it (and I’m so grateful for it), I imagine there will be some incarnation. Whether it’s a TV movie or a limited series or something. We will do nothing.
In recent years, series reruns and revivals have become increasingly common, and many beloved shows are often given a second chance at life. Fans have already seen the shows that were contemporaries of scrubs Such as Veronica Mars And the Dexter, They make their way back to their screens either through movies or limited series. Still others are also used as fodder for full restarts, like the one made by the last iteration of Charm. In the world of television, it seems that if there is enough attention, nothing will ever end for good.
Of course, lovers scrubs He’ll enjoy the chance to see the actors get back together for some crazy, weird medical behavior. Most agree, however, that JD Braff will need to return as the central character and narrator for whatever form he takes, unlike the show’s final season. With a devoted crowd of fans apparently asking Braff already “every day“I hope it won’t take long before the studio managers see the logic in that scrubs Back to people screens.
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