“Scrubs” Cast Has a Mini Reunion: 'Getting the Band Back Together!'

John C. McGinley, Zach Braff, Christa Miller, and Sarah Chalke reunited for a sweet photo

<p>x/twitter</p> Scrubs Cast Reunion, April 2024


Scrubs Cast Reunion, April 2024

The cast of Scrubs had a mini reunion!

On Monday, April 15, John C. McGinley, who played Perry Cox on the medical sitcom, posted a photo on social media with some of his former cast mates including Zach Braff, Christa Miller, and Sarah ChalkeAmanda Kloots joined in on the fun and smiled alongside Braff, 49, for the group shot.

“Getting the band back together!” he captioned a picture shared on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Related: The Most Nostalgia-Inducing Cast Reunions Through the Years

Miller, 59, who starred as Jordan Sullivan, on the series also shared the same image on her Instagram account in a joint post that appeared on Kloots’ and Chalke’s pages as well.

“Impromptu pizza party with my Scrubs,” Miller captioned the photo, adding a pizza emoji.

While it was noticeable that the entire cast was not present, the show’s creator, Bill Lawrence, who also became known to fans as “The Janitor,” said he never got the memo.

“Was not invited. Weird,” he wrote in the comment section.

<p>AJ Pics / Alamy</p> Scrubs cast

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Scrubs cast

Scrubs aired for nine seasons from 2001 to 2010. In 2022, Lawrence, 55, promised that the series would be returning.

"We're going to do it," Lawrence said during a panel conversation at the ATX TV Festival that June.

"We are going to do it — because we are lucky enough that people care," he continued. "If you ever have an excuse to work with people that you would want to spend time with anyways — run to it. It's the greatest thing about this gift."

Related: Zach Braff and Donald Faison Are Rewatching 'Scrubs' for a New Podcast

Donald Faison, who played Dr. Chris Turk in the series, was present for the panel and added what he would love to see implemented in order for the revival to be a hit.

“It can't be a full season of a show," Faison, 49, said. "It would have to be a movie or something where you could only get a couple of months to it — because everyone else is doing something."

Braff made a name for himself on the sitcom as Dr. John "J.D." Dorian, who started out as an intern at Sacred Heart Hospital, learning the ropes of life and love. He compared a Scrubs reboot to E.T. having a part two.

"The problem is — if you went to E.T. after the success of E.T. and said, 'E.T., do you want to do E.T. 2? E.T. would be like, 'Is Spielberg doing E.T. 2, because if he is, I'll do E.T. 2,'" he said. "And that's how I think.”

While there are no details about the potential reboot since, the cast still keeps in touch — and occasionally works together.

<p>T-Mobile</p> Donald Faison, Jason Momoa, and Zach Braff — Super Bowl 2024 commercial


Donald Faison, Jason Momoa, and Zach Braff — Super Bowl 2024 commercial

Faison and Braff recently reunited for their third consecutive Super Bowl commercial.

In the latest link up, the pair were joined by Jason Momoa for T-Mobile's 2024 Big Game ad. The spot saw the trio singing and dancing to Irene Cara's "What a Feeling" from the film Flashdance.

Speaking exclusively to PEOPLE about the experience, the Aquaman talent, 44, said although he loved Braff and Faison’s "hilarious" commercial pitch, they "didn't tell me I was dancing until" he arrived on set that day.

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