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Photo: Actors of “Clinic” eight years after the closing of the series

Dr. Cox, JD and all the other heroes have gathered.

From left to right: Judy Reyes (Carla), John McGinley (Dr. Cox), Zach Braff (JD), Glenn Matthews (Cleaner), Sarah Chock (Elliot), Bill Lawrence, Ken Jenkins (Kelso), Donald Faison (Turk) and Robert Macchio (Todd)
From left to right: Judy Reyes (Carla), John McGinley (Dr. Cox), Zach Braff (JD), Glenn Matthews (Cleaner), Sarah Chock (Elliot), Bill Lawrence, Ken Jenkins (Kelso), Donald Faison (Turk) and Robert Macchio (Todd)

The main cast of the series “Clinic” met eight years after the project was closed. Zach Braff, who played the role of JD, posted a photo on his Twitter account and signed it with the words “Season 10?”.

The team gathered at the Vulture festival on November 17, where it answered fans’ questions. The creator of the “Clinic” Bill Lawrence noted that he would prefer to arrange a restart of the series in the form of a short film. “I would like to see not some global event, but, for example, the state of their marriages,” he said.

The clinic is a sitcom about the life and work of American doctors, which ran from 2001 to 2008 (on NBC television channel) and from 2008 to 2010 (on ABC television channel). In Russia, it was broadcast, including on MTV, Muz-TV, “Friday” and 2×2. A total of nine seasons came out, but the first eight that occurred in the clinic are considered to be canonical among many fans of the series. The series has become a cult and sold on memes.

One of the main features of the “Clinic” was shooting without spectators and with the help of a single camera. During its existence, the series has been nominated 17 times for the Emmy television award, but received it only twice – for editing and sound reduction.

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