Natalie Zea tied the knot with Scrubs actor Travis Schuldt on Wednesday, Us Weekly reports. Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Natalie-Zea-Marries-Travis-Schuldt-1084618.aspx?rss=breakingnews
Well, we can file this under “things I thought I would never see but am surprisingly happy about.” Heck, it may sound insane initially, but remember, so did the microwave. A lot of the best things society has ever gotten has been thought of as weird at one point. But seriously, there is a Scrubs the Musical happening. Yes, a musical theater show based on that hospital comedy, Scrubs. How much you want to bet there are some AWESOME bromance themed songs? Read More... http://www.tvovermind.com/tv-news/scrubs-musical-happening-229626
Ex- Scrubs stars Zach Braff and Robert Maschio are headed to Cougar Town for a bottle glass of vino, TVLine reports. Their roles are being kept under wraps, but Braff and Maschio's appearances are part of a much larger Sacred Heart reunion. The duo will appear in the same episode as Sarah Chalke — who will recur as Bobby's girlfriend this coming season — and... http://www.tvguide.com/News/Cougar-Town-Scrubs-Reunion-1039056.aspx?rss=breakingnews
Alright so many of you probably already know that TOWN is heading over to Hawaii during May sweeps this season. What you may not know is that the tipsy Cul-de-sac crew will be running into a familiar face when they get there..well familiar to anyone who’s seen Scrubs anyway. TVLine.com reports that actor Sam Lloyd is close to finalizing a deal to reprise his role as Sacred Heart’s long-suffering and dim-witted attorney Ted Buckland in C-Town’s season finale. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/daemonstv/~3/EyviA8MDO0M/
From THR: According to Scrubs star Zach Braff, the long-long running comedy is finished. After nine seasons and two networks, Braff says the ABC comedy won't return next year. Posting on Facebook, Braff wrote: "Many of you have asked, so here it is: it appears that 'New Scrubs,' 'Scrubs 2.0,' 'Scrubs with new kids,' 'Scrubbier,' 'Scrubs without JD' is no more. It was worth a try, but alas... it didn't work. zb" Now before writing the show off, an ABC rep says the network hasn't made its official decision yet. Given the show's weak ratings during this rebooted season, a return does seem pretty unlikely, though, especially given ABC's recent comedy success with its Wednesday block led by "Modern Family." Source
The ever-immortal Scrubs has survived yet another season in the hands of the alphabet network, so tonight marks another milestone. But this is perhaps its last episode ever, as even creator Bill Lawrence pointed out the slim chances of the show's renewal. But we still have "Our Thanks" tonight, and we're thankful for that. As well as for the nine seasons that Scrubs has given us. Anyway, the Winston University med students are grateful as well, as they've finally found new realizations throughout their journeys in the hospital. First off, there's Cole (Dave Franco). Everyone in the hospital found him a lazy waste of matter since he hardly worked hard to stay in the school. But tonight on "Our Thanks," he discovers his true calling. To Read More Click Here .
So there's only one episode left for the first season of Scrubs [Med School] aka Scrubs season 9 aka The New Scrubs aka The Proof that Scrubs Can't Die. But ever since it began, we've always wondered how long it will last. Now that the finale's nearing, we need some answers. It's time series creator Bill Lawrence speak out, and finally admit that we should not expect more Scrubs after this season finale airs. Unless of course it gets resurrected again, which would be likely if only he had his way. "In my heart and head I felt like Scrubs ended last year," he told E! Online during the Paley TV Festival. "This year was a bit of a spinoff, but I really liked it, I liked what they did. They worked really hard." We do agree about the conclusion of J.D.'s story in season 8, and we also agree that season 9 has its strong points. Unfortunately, they may not be enough to give the show another installment. Bill Lawrence weighed in on the show's chances and said, "I say it's a one in 10 chance that it's going to be on after the next two weeks." To Read More Click Here .
Scrubs has been off the air since the end of January, but a new episode will be airing on March 10 (after that, the season finale will be airing on March 17). ABC has released 4 sneak peeks for the new episode, which are posted below. COLE AND KELSO FIND SOLACE WITH ONE ANOTHER WHEN REAL FRIENDS ARE HARD TO COME BY, ON ABC'S "SCRUBS". To Read More Click Here .
Let's take a break from the revamped Scrubs and recall some bits of the old, wading through eight seasons' worth of memories. One of these recollections will probably be about Ted's band, which might've had more luck in the music industry if their lead didn't sweat so much. Lucky for us, the actor who plays him isn't as panicky, and he really has brought the a cappella quartet to life. Well, Ted's Band aka The Worthless Peons has actually existed even before Scrubs. They're actually called The Blanks, and they recently talked to Boston.com about their recent ventures. These include releasing their debut album "Riding the Wave" and touring cities for performances. Asked about their appearance on the ABC comedy, actor Sam Lloyd revealed just how far they managed to take it. Initially, they didn't believe they'd make it big in the business. Now though, most Scrubs fans know them well and can even belt out some of their tunes. "We kind of thought there wouldn't be much interest in it," the actor explained. "So we didn't really pursue it. We had our CD out, and then a manager got in touch with us through our website and he said he thought he could get us work and we said, "Well, good luck with that.'' And he did!" Since then, things have looked up for the band. "[I]t was kind of shocking. We were put on "Scrubs as a gag for just that reason, so that Dr. Cox (John C. McGinley) could say, "This is ear rape! So when it suddenly started getting hip it was pretty phenomenal." The band consists of Sam Lloyd, Philip McNiven, George Miserlis, and Paul F. Perry, and have recently launched their debut album. "Riding the Wave" is sold at CD Baby, and features several original compositions and cover versions of songs. There are also a number of candid recordings from the Scrubs cast and crew. Even though the new Scrubs remains in limbo regarding its status on television, we're glad to see a bit of the old thanks to Ted. Even though they won't be appearing on the show anymore, there still is hope for Ted's Band aka The Worthless Peons aka The Blanks. Lloyd joked, "I think we're going to be Top 40 pretty soon. We're huge right now, I can't tell you, it's sex and drugs and rock 'n' roll for us right now - a cappella roll." Source Here
Sarah Chalke is heading to Capitol Hill. The Scrubs actress, 33, has been cast in the new ABC pilot Freshman as a young congresswoman, Variety reports. Chalke will play a newly elected U.S. representative who, despite professional success, has little luck in love. Freshman follows a group of politicos who live together. The comedy is executive-produced by political blogger Arianna Huffington and Greg Malins, whose resume includes Friends , Will & Grace and How I Met Your Mother . Source Here