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Dec 01, 2009
Scrubs Goes Back to Medical School
Season 9 of Scrubs returns tonight.
A new setting? A potential new name? Scrubs is making a ton of changes -- but the damage might already be done.
Aug 10, 2009
Scrubs: Draw the Curtain Now!

We've all heard the news that the ninth season of Scrubs (and the show's second season on ABC after seven years on NBC) will move from Sacred Heart (supposedly a teaching hospital) to a medical school, with Turk (Donald Faison) and Cox (John C. McGinley) in the faculty ranks. J.D. (Zach Braff) will make spot appearances, as will Elliot (Sarah Chalke), The Janitor (Neil Flynn), Carla (Judy Reyes), and Kelso (Ken Jenkins). Sounds pretty normal, right?

The ninth season of the cult comedy Scrubs will see a change of scene and change in cast. Can the show survive?
Jun 24, 2009
Scrubs Goes Under the Knife, Gets a Makeover
TV shows on the brink of cancellation could take a bit of schooling from the series Scrubs. The cult comedy show has been through its share of drama in the last few years -- facing cancellation, searching for a new network home, and coming back from the brink of sure death to make a few more seasons. The saga continues this fall when Scrubs will go through a complete makeover.
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Bill Lawrence doesn't say this will be Scrubs last season, but does say if it moves on, it will be a business decision.
Jan 06, 2009
Scrubs creator talks show's future, finale

Scrubs is finally returning to television tomorrow after a near-death experience early last year, but there's already talk about whether or not the show will return for an additional round next year.

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Bad blood: NBC won't let its talent reprise guest roles in former NBC and current ABC show Scrubs.
Sep 08, 2008
NBC snubs Scrubs

Scrubs is likely done at the conclusion of this season, and the comedy's producers want to send it off with a bang. There aren't a lot of shows that last eight seasons and successfully dodge axes each summer the way Scrubs has, so why not give the program a nice send-off? It deserves it!

To create that party atmosphere, creator Bill Lawrence has decided to bring together all of the marquee guest stars who have appeared in Scrubs' run for an eye-popping finale...and he got his wish. Mostly.

According to EW.com, two stars that have since seen their careers rocket since palling around Scrubs weren't allowed to participate in Lawrence's wish. Masi Oka, who plays time-bending Hiro Nakamura on Heroes, and Sarah Lancaster, who plays Chuck's sister in Chuck, both did not ...

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Judy Reyes says upcoming season is her last on ABC's hospital comedy; lead Braff, creator Lawrence also likely out.
Aug 14, 2008
Nurse Espinosa removing Scrubs

The long-running medical comedy Scrubs normally leaves near-death experiences to its dramatic counterparts, but behind the scenes, it's seen the light and been revived plenty of times.

For several years the show has been considered "on the bubble" when networks make their decisions to cut or keep programming, and each year it escapes the axe late in the game. After seven successful years at NBC, Scrubs begins its eighth season on a new network--ABC--this season. However, that relationship could be one-and-done.

Many have suspected that this season could be the show's last, and comments made by actress Judy Reyes, who plays nurse Carla Espinosa, certainly add fuel to that fire.

According to news service Bloomberg, Reyes said she would be leaving the sitcom after this season, and that others from the team were likely to follow. In addition to her departure, she thinks lead Zach Braff and creator ...

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ABC gives Scrubs support that its creator says was missing during the show's seven years on NBC.
Jul 17, 2008
ABC may find new docs for Scrubs

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - ABC is giving Scrubs the sort of heavy network support that its creator says was missing during the show's seven years on NBC.

The comedy's production will be upgraded to HD (high-definition) for its eighth-season premiere on ABC, and the network has commissioned six two- to four-minute webisodes to give the show extra promotional heft.

"It was a pleasant surprise to have people from the network visit the set, because nobody has done that in six or seven years," creator/showrunner Bill Lawrence said at the Television Critics Association press tour Wednesday. "I don't think that's NBC dropping the ball; I think it's the difference of doing a show for a network that also produces you."

Scrubs, produced by ABC Studios, is set to premiere midseason. Some have suspected it will be the show's final season, and star Zach Braff ...

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Reports emerge saying ABC is headhunting the medical comedy; NBC said to be "caught off guard" with possible move.
Feb 29, 2008
Scrubs taking residency at ABC?

Fans of the medical comedy Scrubs are hoping that ABC can give them a second opinion. The NBC show was supposed to pull the plug on the series after this season, with the last remaining question being how a series finale would be made in the strike-shortened season.

But like a doctor that just won't give up on a dying patient, ABC is swooping in with the defibrillators. Last night, a report by the online branch of The Hollywood Reporter hit the wires stating that ABC was in negotiations to pick up the show for 18 episodes, giving the long-running comedy new life.

However, NBC was apparently "caught off guard" by the article and not privy to the negotiations. To thicken the drama, Scrubs is produced by ABC Studios, which licenses the show to ...

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NBC comedy once on life support given good prognosis and will return next year, says Hollywood Reporter.
May 11, 2007
Report: Braff to Scrub on

The drama of next week's final cuts on fall programming might not include the bombshells industry watchers were hoping for, as the fate of several shows has already been revealed.

Trade magazines have reported that NBC is the main culprit, with early renewals of Friday Night Lights and Medium, as well as pickups of four shows, including The Bionic Woman.

Now, one of the network's biggest question marks is allegedly heading back for a new season. Scrubs, which was rumored to be on its way out last week, has been renewed by NBC, says The Hollywood Reporter.

Citing "sources," the trade says the medical comedy starring Zach Braff will return for its seventh season and 18 more episodes. Scrubs debuted in October 2001.

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Dr. John Michael "J.D." Dorian
Dr. Christopher "Chris" Duncan Turk
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This half-hour comedy focuses on the bizarre experiences of fresh-faced medical intern John "J.D." Dorian (Zach Braff) as he embarks on his healing career in a surreal hospital crammed full of unpredictable staffers and patients – where humor and tragedy can merge paths at any time.

Joining the rumpled J.D. in his exhilarating brave new world are his college buddy, Chris Turk (Donald Faison, "Clueless"), an intern with a more elite surgical group, and J.D.'s fellow medical intern, the beautiful and driven Elliot Reid (Sarah Chalke, "Roseanne"). Keeping the new interns on their toes are: The fatherly chief of medicine, Dr. Bob Kelso (Ken Jenkins); the abrasive, worldly Dr. Perry Cox (John McGinley), and the caring but slightly jaded nurse Carla Espinosa (Judy Reyes). The hospital janitor (Neil Flynn) also never seems to miss an opportunity to harass his target.

Scrubs is filmed in a real-life hospital. It's the North Hollywood Medical Center, which has gone under severe reconstruction to fit all the equipment and represent Sacred Heart Hospital. The Opening Theme Song: "Superman" performed by Lazlo Bane NBC Broadcast History: October 2001 - May 2002 --- Tuesdays, 9:30pm September 2002 - October 2003 --- Thursdays, 8:30pm November 2003 - January 2004 --- Thursdays, 9:30pm January 2004 - May 2004 --- Tuesdays, 9:30pm June 2004 - August 2004 --- Thursdays, 9:30pm August 2004 - December 2004 --- Tuesdays, 9:30pm January 2005 - May 2005 --- Tuesdays, 9:00pm January 2006 - March 2006 --- Tuesdays, 9:00pm & 9:30pm March 2006 - May 2006 --- Tuesdays, 9:00pm November 2006 - April 2007 --- Thursdays, 9:00pm April 2007 - May 2007 --- Thursdays, 9:30pm October 2007 - April 2007 --- Thursdays, 9:30pm April 2007 - May 2008 --- Thursdays, 8:30pm The show then moved to ABC for the 2009/2010 television season. ABC Broadcast History: January 2009 - February 2009 --- Tuesdays, 9:00pm and 9:30pm March 2009 - May 2009 --- Wednesdays, 8:00pm December 2009 --- Tuesdays, 9:00pm January 2010 - March 2010 --- Tuesdays, 8:00pm and 9:00pmmoreless