'Scrubs' Will No Longer Air On Netflix Next Month; Here’s Why
America's top-rated medical comedy-drama "Scrubs" is saying goodbye on Netflix next month. Let's find out why.
"Scrubs" TV Series
"Scrubs" is a comedy-drama television series created by Bill Lawrence. The show was originally aired on NBC and ABC almost 16 years ago.
The show is about the life of medical interns in Sacred Heart Hospital. The show ended in 2010 but last year, online streaming platform Netflix decided to rerun the popular medical comedy-drama series.
Hollywood actor Zach Braff is one of the lead star of the show, which is one of the critically-acclaimed television series in the US during its original airing on NBC. The series had nine seasons and filmed in North Hollywood.
The Show Will Bid Goodbye Next Month
Fans of the popular show will definitely be sad, as the TV series is no longer included on the list of shows on Netflix next month. According to a report posted by Blasting News, Netflix has precisely declared that various television programs will no longer exist on the platform.
These shows are "Good Luck Charlie," "Kickin' It," and "Scrubs." Fans can watch the series on Netflix until May 2.
Other Shows, Aside From "Scrubs" To Leave Netflix
As Netflix plans to roll out its latest titles of shows for May, they will also remove other programs like "Anthony Bourdain:Parts Of Unknown," that aired on the platform for five seasons. Another show is, "Graceland" that lasted on Netflix for three seasons, as reported by Hidden Remote.
Netflix is one of the most popular online platform for watching your favorite TV shows and for sure they have more exciting shows this May to look forward to. There are shows that will be back for new seasons - one of these shows is "Master Of None." So stay tuned for more updates on Netflix and their upcoming shows.