A ‘Scrubs’ Film Is ‘Inevitable,’ Creator Invoice Lawrence Says
A Scrubs film isn’t a matter of if, however when, in response to creator Bill Lawrence, who believes a feature-length continuation of the 2000s TV comedy is “inevitable.”
“Within the best manner, the forged of that present and the writers are so good that they’re all working,” Lawrence instructed Variety in a latest interview. “And the primary purpose to do one thing like that isn’t the work, it’s as a result of we really love hanging out.”
As for a possible Scrubs film, Lawrence stated, “I believe it’s inevitable that it occurs. The joke of it with us is the primary time that six months go by that we don’t hang around, we’ll find yourself doing a Scrubs reunion.”
Scrubs, which aired seven seasons on NBC and two on ABC, starred Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke, Donald Faison, Ken Jenkins, John C. McGinley, Judy Reyes, and Neil Flynn because the workers of Sacred Coronary heart Hospital.
It acquired 17 Emmy nominations — together with two nods for Excellent Comedy Sequence and one nomination for Lead Actor in a Comedy Sequence for Braff — and it earned a Peabody Award “for fearlessly smashing conventional comedian formulation, all of the whereas respecting the deepest emotional and ethical problems with its life-and-death setting.”
Lawrence, now producing Ted Lasso and Shrinking, previously hyped up the prospect of a Scrubs movie as he and forged members reunited ultimately summer season’s ATX TV Competition.
“We’re gonna do it as a result of we’re fortunate sufficient that individuals care,” he stated on the time, per Variety. “Prime to backside, we take pleasure in spending time with one another. In case you ever have an excuse to work with individuals that you simply’d need to spend time with in any case, run to it. … It’s value it to me to see Neil again in that jumpsuit once more.”