Following the return of "Gilmore Girls" after almost a decade, actor Zach Braff teased fans about the possible return of the series "Scrubs," which ended six years ago.
The actor took part in a live video feed Q & A n Twitter when one fan asked if he would ever consider creating new episodes for the old series.
"You never know, it's something we all talk about," said the 41-year-old Braff.
Braff said the return of "Scrubs" was possible, considering that several series that had concluded in the past recently returned with their new Netflix versions.
"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' attention, and 'Full House,' so we talk about it every now and then. So you never know. It could happen. I'd do it," he said.
A comedy series which ran from 2001 to 2010, "Scrubs" was set in the fictional Sacred Heart teaching hospital and featured "Clueless" star Donald Faison and "Platoon's" John C. McGinley alongside Braff. It also featured guest appearances from Colin Farrell and Heather Graham.
Fans of "Scrubs" would certainly be pleased to see the return of the comedy series, especially now that two popular TV series--"Full House" and "Gilmore Girls"-- have just returned after years of being off air.
After "Fuller House" was snapped up by Netflix, "Gilmore Girls," which ended in 2007, was also brought back for a four-part miniseries titled "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life."