The world finds itself in need of humor and science more-so than ever, so is Bill Nye up to the task? We’ll find out, now Netflix sets an April premiere for talk show Bill Nye Saves the World, along with a trailer featuring some famous guests.
It may not be the Scrubs revival that fans want, but Zach Braff is coming back to ABC regardless. The erstwhile Dr. John Dorian officially has marching orders to return to ABC with a new single-camera comedy pilot, with plans to both star and direct.
Scrubs already proved once that extending the franchise is no guarantee of success, even if the NBC-turned-ABC comedy ditched half the original cast for its Interns continuation. That said, Netflix has managed to revive a number of fan-favorites, so what would Zach Braff say to giving a Scrubs revival series the full greenlight?
Nine years of Scrubs and multiple movies earned star Zach Braff his pick of projects, though it seems the erstwhile Dr. Dorian has been paged back to ABC. Braff has confirmed a TV return with a new ABC single-camera comedy, given a put-pilot commitment.
This past week NBC sitcom Undateable made waves with its airing of a live-episode, a far-cry from its near-certain Season 2 cancellation months earlier, but NBC seems to have taken a major swing. Not only will the three-camera comedy return for Season 3, but all of its episodes will be filmed live. Good luck, everyone!
One of the greatest misconceptions in popular culture over the last 10 years is that Zach Braff wrote and directed ‘The Last Kiss.’ I’ve said this aloud a few times and that sentence is often met with a deluge of “he didn’t?” It’s been better lately now that ‘Wish I Was Here’ is set to hit theaters, because the overall narrative is that this is only the second film he’s directed, with the first obviously being ‘Garden State.’
The 'Wish I Was Here' trailer arrives approximately one decade since Zach Braff's feature directorial debut, 'Garden State,' and, for better or worse, it looks like time hasn't changed him very much. Braff's second effort looks very much like a spiritual sequel to his previous film, all the way down to the indie rock soundtrack.
If Zach Braff had made his Sundance premiere ‘Wish I Was Here’ immediately after 2004’s ‘Garden State,’ the filmmaker’s latest would probably have scanned as a step forward for the multi-hyphenate, with a richer storyline and a better sense of style. But a decade on, the film doesn’t even remotely read as a progression for its creator, no matter how appropriate a double feature it would make with