How realistic is the scrubs show

"Scrubs - The Beginners": Is there a new edition of the cult series with JD and Turk coming?

It's been a few years since the last season of "Scrubs". A return cannot be ruled out for Zach Braff and Sarah Chalke. However, more as a TV film.

"Scrubs" stars want a new film

JD, Turk, Elliot & Co. made the audience laugh and maybe even cry in a total of 9 seasons. "Scrubs" (view on Amazon) is one of the most popular series of the last decade. Many fans would certainly look forward to seeing the doctors again.

It might even come to that. JD actor Zach Braff has now revealed to TV Guide that he would be up for a "Scrubs" return. But not in series format:

"I don't think we'd do a standard TV show thing, but I think we'd rave about the idea that we're doing a TV movie. That feels more realistic."

Sarah Chalke would also be there

The reason for this, according to Braff, is that it would be difficult to get the former cast members together for a remake of the series:

"All are distributed everywhere. I don't think we want a remake of the show, but I think it's a lot more realistic and doable if we do a 2 hour movie like Psych. I think that would be something we could all do. I mean I would"said Braff.

"Scrubs" co-star Sarah Chalke, aka Elliot, thinks it's a very good idea. She said: "Would I do a Scrubs reunion movie? Hell yeah I would! It was such a great job. We're still hanging out together and I'd think that would be great."

New series with Zach Braff starts in March

Both Braff and Chalke currently have other projects. Zach Braff is the director and starring of the new series Alex, Inc, which will first air on ABC this March.

Sarah Chalke will meanwhile be seen in another series revival, in the 10th season of "Roseanne", which should also be released in March. Here you can find out what Donald Faison, aka Turk, is doing today.

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