Scrubs: Life After Season Eight

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In a miracle move, ABC has taken over Scrubs for its eighth and most likely final season that begins January 8th with "My Jerks."

However, in an interview with The New York Times, the show's creator Mr. Lawrence and its star, Zach Braff, reveal what life may potentially be like for the show after the season.

Though Lawrence will be leaving the show, ABC has the right to renew the show afte rthe season.  If they do, Lawrence envisions it as a "new show" in the way Frasier was to Cheers.  Braff has expressed interest in continuing to do the voiceovers for the show, though, he will no longer star.

Zach Braff as J.D.

You can read the full article about Scrubs at The New York Times.

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