Sour grapes, NBC? “Scrubs,” which will now air on ABC, shot their series finale last week, featuring a return by past guest stars from the last eight years. That is, except for NBC stars Masi Oka (Heroes) and Sarah Lancaster (Chuck) who were banned by the network from appearing on Scrubs. Read the rest of this entry »
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August 27th, 2008 by Wendy
We already told you about SOAPNet’s 90210 Labor Day marathon – but what about other TV marathons going on during Labor Day weekend? PopCandy.com gives a great rundown of Labor Day marathon showings, including Read the rest of this entry »
This doesn’t come as much of a surprise to Scrubs’ fans, but Zach Braff will be leaving Scrubs at the end of this season. The news was confirmed at Wednesday’s ABC panel by executive producer Bill Lawrence.
Bill Lawrence explained that Scrubs was envisioned as ER as a comedy, with a cast of revolving characters. Read the rest of this entry »
Courteney Cox’s FX show, Dirt, has been canceled, but that’s not going to keep the actress from TV – Courteny Cox is set to appear in three episodes of Scrubs, which will move from NBC to ABC.
For all who wondered who would fill the void now that Kelso was forced into retirement from his post as Chief of Medicine… Courteney Cox will take over the job and you can bet the staff at Sacred Heart won’t be too happy with a replacement for the love/hate relationship they had with Bob Kelso.
While no deal has yet been reached for Michael J. Fox’s appearance on Rescue Me, sources say that he would join the series as a love interest for Tommy’s (Denis Leary) ex, Janet (Andrea Roth). Read the rest of this entry »
Was anyone else distracted by the out of order episode that aired last week and have you been waiting for the official word that Scrubs will be moving to ABC? Look no further. Read the rest of this entry »
Check out this sneak peek video of tonight’s (May 8) season finale of Scrubs, billed as “a GIANT homage to ‘The Princess Bride,’” and directed by Zach Braff.
More video footage of the Princess Bride season finale of Scrubs after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »
So, Zach Braff is updating Scrub’s fans on the latest and greatest on his MySpace page — including the fate of Scrubs’ eighth season (yes, it’s happening… no, he can’t tell you what network it will air on) as well as the upcoming May 8 episode that is “a GIANT homage to ‘The Princess Bride,’” directed by Zach Braff himself.