Scrubs Season 8 Spoilers

You’ve watched him climb the ranks from intern to attending physician with more than a few comical mishaps. Zach Braff returns as Dr. J.D. Dorian for the hilarious eighth season of Scrubs. Sacred Heart Hospital’s doors open to its new home on Citytv with two weeks of brand new, back to back episodes starting Tuesday, January 6.

Broadcast Schedule is as follows:

Citytv Toronto
Tuesday, January 6 at 9pm ET and 9:30pm ET
Single episode airings begin Tuesday, January 20 at 9pm ET

Citytv Winnipeg
Tuesday, January 6 at 9pm CT and 9:30pm CT
Single episode airings begin Tuesday, January 20 at 9pm CT

Citytv Calgary
Tuesday, January 6 at 10pm MT and 10:30pm MT
Single episode airings begin Tuesday, January 20 at 10pm MT

Citytv Edmonton
Tuesday, January 6 at 10pm MT and 10:30pm MT
Single episode airings begin Tuesday, January 20 at 10pm MT

Citytv Vancouver
Tuesday, January 6 at 8pm PT and 8:30pm PT
Single episode airings begin Wednesday, January 21 at 8pm PT

Saving lives isn’t always serious business! Having survived his own medical training, J.D Dorian (Braff) is now charged with the task of mentoring a whole new crop of interns. He may look like he’s at the top of his game but Dorian continues to navigate personal and professional obstacles in addition to taking on his arch-nemesis, the hospital janitor (Neil Flynn). Helping J.D. along the way is Dr. Chris Turk (Donald Faison) and his no-nonsense wife, head nurse Carla Espinosa (Judy Reyes), the beautiful but socially awkward Dr. Elliot Reid (Sarah Chalke) and the obnoxious Dr. Perry Cox (John C. McGinley). Former Chief of Medicine Dr. Bob Kelso (Ken Jenkins) now keeps a watchful eye on the staff from his post at the coffee shop making way for new Chief Dr. Maddox, guest star Courtney Cox.

Laughter is truly the best medicine! In the premiere episode, “My Jerks”, Dr. Kelso’s beautiful but unethical replacement, Dr. Maddox (Courteney Cox), shakes things up at Sacred Heart, while J.D. struggles to manage a new crop of incompetent interns and Carla helps Elliott put her ego in check. On the second episode “My Last Words”, J.D. and Turk set aside their decade-long steak night tradition to comfort a dying patient, while Dr. Maddox begins to show her true colors.

Patients aren’t the only ones who need looking after! Get your funny bone in check with Zach Braff and the cast of Scrubs, starting Tuesday, January 6 on Citytv.

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