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Producer Bill Lawrence says his U.S. TV series Scrubs will undergo a significant transformation when it comes back for its ninth season. Lawrence said instead of focusing on the comedic side of hospital life, the ABC sitcom will be primarily focused on stars John C.
U.S. actress Courteney Cox, best known for her roles on TV's "Friends" and "Dirt," has signed on to star in a new comedy series called "Cougar Town." The New York Daily News said Cox will play a newly single mother in her 40s prowling for younger men in the new ABC sit-com.
To launch its new book, Using the Asus Eee PC, by Bill Lawrence, Que Publishing is holding a contest to give away four of these ultra-portable computers, retailed at $450 each. Open to U.S.
By Scott D. Pierce Deseret News "Scrubs" star Sarah Chalke will return to "How I Met Your Mother" for "multiple episodes" at the "beginning of the season," according to CBS's top programmer. Which is fantastic news.
By Scott D. Pierce Deseret News BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- "Scrubs" is moving from NBC to ABC this fall for its final season. Maybe. Oh, the comedy is definitely moving to ABC. But whether it's going to be the final season is still up in the air.
By Rick Porter, Zap2It, Chicago Jul. 17--If "Scrubs" has life beyond the 2008-09 season, it will probably have to live without Zach Braff. The new-to-ABC comedy series is at this point only guaranteed to air this season, its eighth overall.
By Robert Philpot, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Jul. 17--BEVERLY HILLS -- Even though producer Bill Lawrence's quirky medical comedy Scrubs will be on a new network this year, he finds himself in a familiar position: He doesn't yet know when it will air.
By Sarah Arkin, Danville Register & Bee, Va. Jun. 22--What some might call a full-time job, Bill Lawrence calls retirement.
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