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Where to Stream the Classic Medical Comedy Scrubs - on Peacock

Scrubs is on Peacock in its entirety, which means you can see J.D., Turk and the gang any time you want.

By Matthew Jackson

Peacock is the streaming home to thousands of hours of content, from hit movies to reality TV to live sports. Sometimes, though, nothing really hits the spot quite like a classic sitcom you can keep on for hours at a time, reliving your favorite moments and revisiting old friends. Now, you can do that with Scrubs.

Yes, the hit medical comedy starring Zach Braff and Donald Faison has hit NBCUniversal's streaming service in its entirety, giving you nine seasons of hijinks at Sacred Heart Hospital to enjoy any time you want. Here's a closer look at how to watch.

What is Scrubs?

Created by Bill Lawrence, whose other work includes recent hits like Ted Lasso and ShrinkingScrubs debuted on NBC in the fall of 2001, and introduced audiences to an ensemble of quirky characters all working within the walls of Sacred Heart, a teaching hospital where a new crop of medical interns have just arrived. 

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Among them is Dr. John "J.D." Dorian (Braff), who narrates the entire series through an inner monologue, and whose vivid imagination often provides wild comedic fodder as he goes off on flights of fancy in the middle of the workday. J.D. is lucky enough to be assigned to the same hospital as his best friend Dr. Chris Turk (Faison), a confident and goofy surgeon, but he's also got some obstacles in his way. Among them is his attending physician, Dr. Perry Cox (John C. McGinley), a tough-talking and brash teacher, and of course the hospital's eccentric and combative Janitor (Neil Flynn), with whom J.D. quickly develops a rivalry. Then there's fellow intern Dr. Elliot Reed (Sarah Chalke), who J.D. immediately has eyes for, and nurse Carla Espinosa (Judy Reyes), who strikes up a relationship with Turk. 

Together, these characters and many more scene-stealing supporting players go through each day at Sacred Heart trying to save lives and have a little fun, and one of the show's strengths is its ability to blend genuinely medical drama with some truly goofy, broad comedy. No wonder it managed to run for nine seasons, including eight that starred the original cast and another final season that focused on a new crop of interns trying to make it through the same medical gauntlet.

Where to Stream Scrubs

Whether you've seen Scrubs a thousand times, you've caught a few episodes on reruns, or you're completely new to the show, now's a great time to dig into the entire run from the very beginning. Thankfully, Peacock has you covered.

Subscriptions to Peacock are available starting at $5.99 a month for a premium plan, which gives you access to the entire catalog, or $11.99 for a Premium Plus plan, which gives you all the same content ad-free, plus your local live NBC station and the ability to download select titles to watch on the go. Head over and sign up now, then watch all the Scrubs you want.

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