The Scrubs cast joined for their first official reunion with creator Bill Lawrence and star Zach Braff since the show ended its beloved run in 2010. Obviously, everyone wanted to know if they would ever reboot the show. The answer? Maybe a movie.
“I would do anything to not only get to work with not only this group, but the writers, and do it again,” Lawrence said. “It was the best time in my life…but that said, sometimes reboots, not all the time, but sometimes, they feel like a money grab.”
He’s right. Many on the cast were newer stars supported by television vets. Where would any of them find the time? Sarah Chalkie has worked on a variety of programs since then, including a run on How I Met Your Mother, and returned to Roseanne this year before its very public cancellation. She’s been doing a lot of voice work on Paradise PD, American Dad, and Rick and Morty. Neil Flynn, who played everyone’s beloved janitor, led The Middle to nine seasons on ABC. Judy Reyes became a lead on Devious Maids and Christa Miller found love (and then some) on Cougar Town.
It would be difficult to wrangle so many talented schedules for a new season. “If we ever do it,” Lawrence suggested, “it’ll be a short little movie or something like that.” So what you’re saying is…there’s a chance?
Braff didn’t help qualm the excitement for more Scrubs on Saturday when he tweeted a photo of the gang with the caption, “Season 10?” It’s nothing new for Braff’s Twitter. His entire feed feels like a Scrubs strip tease where the safe word is EAGLE!
Season 10? pic.twitter.com/QihNsgmbAC
— Zach Braff (@zachbraff) November 18, 2018