In this new Fuller House era, anything is possible when it comes to TV shows with passionate fan bases, and Zach Braff has opened up about the possibility that Scrubs could return one day.
The cult favorite aired for nine seasons from 2001 to 2010, starring Braff as Dr. J.D., alongside an impressive cast including Donald Faison, Sarah Chalke and Neil Flynn. During a recent Twitter Q&A, Braff was asked about the show getting a reboot one day and he gave an answer that left fans extremely hopeful:
"You never know about making more Scrubs episodes. It's something we all talk about, especially now that all these people are going back and doing Netflix versions of their shows. I'm very jealous of all this Gilmore Girls and Full House attention. We talk about it every now and then. So, you never know! It could happen. I'd do it."
Some outlets ran with the story that the actor had essentially announced a Scrubs revival, including Mirror TV, which tweeted that Braff "pretty much just confirmed Scrubs is returning!" The star shared that tweet saying, "No he didn't. Or did he..." only adding to the mystery of whether or not we'll get to see J.D. and the crew again.
All this talk of Scrubs got you feeling nostalgic? Listen to the latest episode of Fuse's new throwback podcast Besterday below: