The cast of ‘Scrubs’ have teased that the hugely popular show could return in the form of a one-off TV movie.
Despite ending in 2009, creator Zach Braff has admitted that the whole cast of the hugely popular medical comedy would be up for a one-off return.
“”I don’t think we’d do a traditional TV show thing, but I think we daydream about the idea of doing, like, a TV movie,” Braff told TV Guide.
“That’s something that feels more realistic. Because everyone is so all over the place… I don’t think we’d want to do a revival of the show, but I think what’s more realistic and feasible would be to do sort of a – like Psych did a two-hour movie.”
He added: “I think that would be something we could all do. I mean, I would.”
Canadian actress Sarah Chalke, who played Dr Elliot Read, was equally effusive about a potential return to Scrubs.
“Would I do a Scrubs reunion movie? Hell yes, I would!”, she revealed.
“It was such a great job. We all still hang out and I would love it.”
Although not a full revival, Zach Braff revived the role of Scrubs character JD to recite the ending of a script written entirely by a computer in December 2017.
The script was posted on Twitter by Botnik Studios, who said that it had been made by a computer after it “trained predictive keyboards on Scrubs scripts”.
The tweet described the script as “the exact average episode of Scrubs“.