Zach Braff and James Marsden are practically members of the Bachelor Nation.
Fans have been pointing out that current Bachelor star Arie Luyendyk Jr. has a striking resemblance to Braff — and EW has an exclusive video to prove it.
Braff and Luyendyk are network costars as Braff’s new comedy
Over the first three days of February, small-screen stars (hi, Miss J!) and creators (hello, Marta Kauffman!) gathered in Atlanta for the Savannah College of Art and Design’s (SCAD) sixth annual aTVfest to debut their latest work, share their experiences in the industry, and celebrate the event’s honored guests.
It’s been seven years since Zach Braff cured ailments on “Scrubs,” but at least he’s not forgotten: The actor’s well-coiffed likeness is apparently being used in a Russian-language ad for a medical treatment.
On Wednesday, Braff tweeted a grainy image of the ad, which inexplicably features a cutout of
We all know that robots are getting smarter by the day – and now they're even after our creative jobs. Well, kind of.
BOTNIK Studios has decided to both terrify and amuse us all by training predictive keyboards on old Scrubs scripts and then having them write "the exact
Scrubs may have ended seven years ago, but its stars are still enjoying hanging out together.
Zach Braff (JD) has made fans' dreams come true by sharing a photo of him hanging out with co-stars Donald Faison (Turk) and Sarah Chalke (Elliot) for a steak night.
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Scrubs' Zach Braff will be making you laugh on ABC next season without a hospital in sight.
The comedian and filmmaker has taken an intriguing real-life success story and turned it into the comedy-drama Alex, Inc. You can check out the first preview of the upcoming series below:
ABC wants to distract you from grumbling about the loss of ⅔ of the cast of Once Upon a Time with an intriguing array of trailers for its new fall series.
The network has spent the last week unveiling sneak peeks at new fantasy dramas and the return of
Zach Braff handed in his, well, scrubs for Scrubs back in 2010, but he's now decided it's time to get back onto our TV screens.
His new untitled sitcom, which will take him back to ABC, is inspired by the podcast StartUp, and the pilot has been directed by