It's been more than 10 years since "Scrubs" streamed its 10th and last season.

However over the course of the end of the week, the cast rejoined for an extraordinary board at the ATX Festival in Austin.

Series maker Bill Lawrence and stars Donald Faison, Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke, John C. McGinley, Neil Flynn, and Judy Reyes

 were all in participation, with Lawrence and Faison prodding that a reboot or restoration of the show may be possible sooner or later.

Bill Lawrence himself appeared to be more sure of a "Scrubs" restoration occurring, as he said,

"We will do it since individuals actually care about it and we appreciate investing energy with one another."

All things considered, Lawrence has a full plate, however he and the cast of "Scrubs" give off an impression of being a lot of open to proceeding with the series in some structure.

when a group of people part at ATX requested where the characters from "Scrubs" would be in 2022

Reyes kidded that Turk (Faison) and his romantic bud JD (Braff) would "finally come out" of the closet.

"Scrubs" began as a NBC sitcom, yet after seven seasons, it moved to ABC, which put it under parent organization, Disney.

Right now, All nine seasons of "Scrubs" are aired on Hulu and Prime Video in the U.S. what's more, on Disney+ in specific worldwide domains.