Scrubs was one of the most popular TV shows of the 2000s, so fans of the show will be excited to hear some key cast members are keen for either a movie or a TV reboot!
Zach Braff (who played JD) shared a photo on his Twitter to mark the 17 year anniversay. "17 years ago today this lil show premiered" he wrote.
Fans were quick to reply to his post, "Thank you and the entire team behind the show for all those years full of laughter, tears of joy, tears of sadness but most of all the perhaps best friendship ever on television." one wrote.
Earlier on this year Braff spoke to IMBD about the possibility of getting the cast back together for a reboot.
"I had a whole TV movie pitch for *the show creator*. I can't tell you because it's part of my pitch, but I told him this whole pitch over dinner and he laughed a lot and said, 'We'll see, we'll see'. I think it would be fun to do a two-hour Scrubs movie - I would totally do that."
He went on to add that he would need everyone onboard before a reboot would happen...
"Not just the cast, but also the producers and the writers to make it work, in my opinion. So, I'm not saying it's not going to happen, but I'm not saying it is either."
So while the cast sounds keen, it looks like they'll need to finish tying up a few loose ends before it happens.