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'Scrubs' Locked for 9th Season With Zach Braff and Sarah Chalke

May 15, 2009 (7:32 am) GMT
'Scrubs' reportedly will be back for a ninth season with the return of original cast such as Zach Braff in several episodes.
'Scrubs' Locked for 9th Season With Zach Braff and Sarah Chalke

Talks are rive on the good chance "" will get for a ninth season pick-up, although nothing has been set in stone yet. Moreover, original cast and are reportedly on board for at least six transitional episodes that may change its direction from single camera to multi-camera approach.

Others reportedly billed to return are , and . However, the three actors' participation in the series will depend on whether or not their other pilots are being picked next week. Faison and Flynn are both involved in ABC's "The Law" while McGinley is tied to CBS' "Back".

The news of "Scrubs" being renewed was first reported by Variety which also informed on the development of another ABC comedy "". The sitcom starring was on the verge of getting canceled due to low rating but the execs are figuring out a way to cut the budget.

According to "insiders", the execs would like to shoot the show in the similar way "" is, soundstage with multiple cameras over the course of 4 days and without audience. This move is believed to save them up to $500,000.

ABC is expected to announce its series pickups in the coming weeks.

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