ABC giving 'Scrubs' a ninth season

May 16, 2009 at 4:00 PM   |   Comments

LOS ANGELES, May 16 (UPI) -- The hospital comedy series "Scrubs," along with star Zach Braff, will be back on ABC for another season, the U.S. TV network says.

ABC officially confirmed Friday it is bringing back the show for a ninth season with Braff signed on for six episodes in the new season.

The Hollywood Reporter said Braff, who has been the star of the series since its inception, will help transition the comedy to a new focus.

Specific details regarding the forthcoming set-up for the medical sitcom were not reported.

Also returning to "Scrubs," which aired on NBC for its first seven seasons, are series regulars Donald Faison, John C. McGinley and Neil Flynn.

Actress Sarah Chalke, whose character is the love interest of Braff's lead, reportedly has been asked to remain with the series, but her return is still in question.

The Reporter said actress Judy Reyes, who has played "Scrubs" nurse Carla Espinosa for eight seasons, may return as a guest star.

Topics: Zach Braff
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