Zach Braff's Scrubs reunion photo has fans asking about a possible Season 10 of the hit sitcom. The actor posted a picture that contains himself as well as creator Bill Lawrence and stars, Sarah Chalke, Christa Miller, Donald Faison, Neil Flynn, Ken Jenkins, Judy Reyes, and John C. McGinley. He left a simple caption that reads, "Season 10?" The picture was all fans really needed for hope that the show might return, but Braff's caption really raised the hype. However, Lawrence isn't interested in bringing the sitcom back at this time.

Scrubs started in 2001 on NBC and later moved to ABC for Seasons 8 and 9. Season 8 contained the original cast, while the ninth season went on to introduce new characters for a potential spin-off, which did not end well. Since then, fans have begging for a proper final season. While addressing the audience at Vulture Fest, show creator Bill Lawrence stated that he wasn't ready to bring the show back. He had this to say.

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"I would do anything to get to work with not only this group (but the entire crew)... it was the best time in my life, (but) sometimes reboots - not all the time - feel like a money grab."

While Bill Lawrence seems uninterested in doing Scrubs Season 10, he may be open to another idea. Over the years, Zach Braff has hyped a potential final season and has pitched a 2-hour movie as well. As it turns out, Lawrence could be interested in that idea, or perhaps another avenue. He explains.

"If we ever do it, we'll do it as a short little movie or something else. I think the problem from me is I would just want to see where everyone is. I would want to see where their marriages are (as opposed to a huge event)."

With the success of the Will & Grace and Roseanne revival shows, a Scrubs revival series seems like it could be pretty big. The Roseanne spin-off, The Conners, is even doing well with the ratings. Fans of the shows are just happy to see some of their favorite characters on the screen again, so it would be pretty interesting to see how Scrubs would stack up next to the rest of the revival shows, even though it more than likely won't happen.

While Scrubs Season 10 might not ever happen, it's cool to see that the cast and crew are still close and willing to work together again. At this time, it just looks like they're going to have to find the right medium and story to tell in an effort to set itself apart from the rest of the pack. During its original run, Scrubs proved to be a unique sitcom with elements of dark comedy that often got them into hot water with the network. While we wait for a proper reunion, you can check out a picture of the cast below, thanks to Zach Braff's Twitter account.