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2013-06-02 23:00:17

Celebrity Business Analyst comments on a new trend in Hollywood in which producers and celebrities use Kickstarter to garner funds for new movies. On the back of a report in The Guardian, Celebrity Business Analyst discusses its opinion of Zach Braff´s Kickstarter campaign to fund his new project, Which I Was Here. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 02, 2013 CelebrityBusinessAnalyst.com has announced its opinion on celebrities and production companies using Kickstarter to fund new projects....

2009-11-16 06:00:00

NEW YORK, Nov. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Stagedoor Manor is thrilled to announce that 60 of their theater arts students will premiere a new finale for the 83rd Annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade® on November 26, 2009. This first collaboration between Stagedoor Manor performers and Macy's Entertainment Group will feature students ranging in ages from 10 to 18 representing 22 states and three countries. The cast will bring a new twist to the end of the Parade with the first...

2009-06-20 12:25:18

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. McGinley and Donald Faison serving as teachers at a medical school, Entertainment Weekly reported online Friday. It's going to be a different show, Lawrence said of his series, which shifted from NBC to ABC for its eighth season....

2009-05-16 15:00:20

The hospital comedy series Scrubs, along with star Zach Braff, will be back on ABC for another season, the U.S. TV network says. ABC officially confirmed Friday it is bringing back the show for a ninth season with Braff signed on for six episodes in the new season. The Hollywood Reporter said Braff, who has been the star of the series since its inception, will help transition the comedy to a new focus. Specific details regarding the forthcoming set-up for the medical sitcom were not...

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2008-12-31 17:01:11

Sesame Street stars Elmo, Grover and Oscar the Grouch are to make guest appearances on an upcoming episode of the U.S. sit-com Scrubs, ABC said Wednesday. The Sesame Workshop's Muppets are to be seen in the Jan. 20 installment of the series. In the episode, J.D. (played by Zach Braff) learns the hard way that not even Elmo can teach the gift of compassion to those who don't care to learn, the network said.

2008-11-21 17:38:58

The U.S. television comedy series Scrubs is scheduled to move from NBC to ABC for its eighth season. The offbeat, medical sit-com will debut on its new network Jan. 6, ABC said Friday. Courteney Cox is scheduled to be a guest star in the first two episodes of the upcoming season. Beginning Monday, select episodes from the past seven seasons of Scrubs will be available online at www.abc.com in the site's full episode player. Four different episodes will be available each week leading up to the...

2008-08-05 09:00:46

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. But, according to CBS Entertainment president Nina Tassler, "Right now, I don't think she's the mother." Awwwww. Chalke has been a fantastic addition to the show as Ted's (Josh Radnor) new girlfriend, Stella. And there seemed to be clues that Stella would indeed be the...

2008-07-19 12:00:31

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. "I would say that it is most likely Zach Braff's final year on the show ... Not by his choice," joked creator/executive producer Bill Lawrence. That Braff and his character, J.D., will be leaving the show seems to be about the only thing that's...

2008-07-17 18:00:00

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. But ABC Entertainment President Stephen McPherson has made no secret that he'd like to keep "Scrubs" around if it does well, and Wednesday at the TCA press tour, creator Bill Lawrence said he's open to the idea as well. "I think it's Zach's last...

2008-07-17 09:00:00

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. This much he does know: It will air Tuesdays on ABC after the fall run of Dancing With the Stars ends. But that's it for now, and it fits in with the show's history of schedule changes on NBC. According to The Complete Directory to...