Zach Braff is coming back to TV, but don't worry, it isn't for another dreadful 'Scrubs' rehash. Instead, the 'Garden State' writer/director/star will head behind the camera for the helm of his first TV series on ABC, that of the misleadingly titled 'Garage Bar.' But will Braff remain completely behind the camera this time around, or put in an appearance? And what could 'Garage Bar' be about, if not a group of scrappy ne'er-do-wells that start a tavern out of their garage?
Through all its seven season on NBC and one (technically two, if you're feeling masochistic) on ABC, medical comedy 'Scrubs' was a truly unique series that deftly switched between drama and comedy. But with any good single camera comedy with one foot out of reality, a love of musical theatre was bursting out the seams in more episodes than the show's designated musical episode. But now that 'Scrubs' has long fallen by the wayside, might the next stop for Bill Lawrence's Sacred Heart crew be Broadway?
TVLand's 'The Exes' isn't something we normally follow, but when the stars of our favorite past series stage a reunion, we can't help but turn our heads for 'The Exes.'' Series star Donald Faison has certainly moved on from his 'Scrubs' days, but what could former 'Scrubs' star and real-life friend Zach Braff have to offer? Will the stars play best friends, or butt heads?