PUBLISHED: 02:17, Sun, May 3, 2020 | UPDATED: 02:48, Sun, May 3, 2020
NBC and ABC sitcom Scrubs first debuted back in 2001 with wide-eyed, day-dreaming young medic John “J.D.” Dorian (played by Zach Braff) giving viewers an insight into his life as a junior doctor as well as a glimpse into his surreal mind. Scrubs aired for nine seasons and came to a close in 2010 after attempted spin-off series failed to gain traction with fans. But will there be a reunion at some point to celebrate the show’s 20th anniversary since airing?
Express.co.uk recently spoke to Turk star Donald Faison about the possibility of a reunion or a Scrubs movie.
The interview took place before Scrubs actor Sam Lloyd tragically died from an inoperable brain tumour on April 30 after he was diagnosed in 2019.
The cast and crew of Scrubs paid tribute to the late star, who was better known as his alter-ego, the musically-gifted if timid hospital lawyer Ted Buckland.
Star Braff led the tributes, posting on Twitter to his 2 million followers: “Rest In Peace to one of the funniest actors I’ve ever had the joy of working with. Sam Lloyd made me crack up and break character every single time we did a scene together. He could not have been a kinder man. I will forever cherish the time I had with you, Sammy.”
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Scrubs first aired back in 2001 and ran for 9 seasons (Image: SKY)
Scrubs: The series could return for a movie (Image: SKY)
Speaking to Express.co.uk in April, Faison opened up about the return of Scrubs, saying: “Yeah, you know scheduling is really difficult when it comes to stuff like that.
“Before this whole pandemic thing happened, everybody was working on something.
“I was doing Emergence and Sarah Chalke was doing something else.”
The Clueless and Emergence actor continued: “And to say that we can do a series again, that would be really difficult but maybe a movie, maybe something like that,