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‘Scrubs’ Gets Two More Years in Surgery
LOS ANGELES ( – NBC has given a two year renewal to erratically rated, but critically acclaimed comedy “Scrubs.” The announcement came on Monday (May 17), shortly before the network announced its 2004-05 schedule to advertisers.
Next season, “Scrubs” will remain at 9:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday nights, following the highly anticipated new computer animated comedy “Father of the Pride” from DreamWorks TV. The new deal will position the comedy to run at least through the 2005-06 season.
“This show just keeps getting better each season and we’re looking forward to even better things for at another two more years,” says Jeff Zucker, president, NBC Universal Television Group. “‘Scrubs’ has done everything we’ve asked of it on every level and this renewal is well-deserved.”
Bouncing between Thursday nights and Tuesdays after the arrival of “The Apprentice,” “Scrubs” averaged nearly 10.3 million viewers per episode. The medical comedy, which stars Zach Braff, Donald Faison, John C. McGinley, Judy Reyes and Sarah Chalke was particularly successful in retaining the 18-49 audience delivered by its lead-in, “Frasier.”
“I am thrilled that one of my first acts in my new capacity here at Touchstone Television has been to secure a two year renewal of this critically-acclaimed hit series,” says Mark Pedowitz, president, Touchstone Television, which produces the show. “The talent in front of and behind the camera on ‘Scrubs’ is second to none and we couldn’t be happier for [creator] Bill Lawrence and everyone involved with the show. Further, I am grateful to NBC for their continued support.”