Actor Zach Braff has fuelled speculation hit U.S. TV show SCRUBS will be scrapped next year (11) - by posting a message on his page saying the series is "no more".
The hospital comedy has garnered a cult following since its launch in 2001, but its future was seemingly left hanging in the balance last year (09) when lead actor Braff announced he was quitting.
Show creator Bill Lawrence extended the show with a ninth season, following new castmembers as they train to become doctors at medical school.
Braff, who plays Dr. John 'JD' Dorian in the show, signed up to star in six episodes of the reformatted programme as a doctor training the cast of new students.
But now the actor seems to have confirmed the show will not return for another season, despite efforts to keep the series going.
In a post on his Facebook page, he writes, "Many of you have asked, so here it is: It appears that 'New Scrubs,' 'Scrubs 2.0,' 'Scrubs with new kids,' 'Scrubbier,' 'Scrubs without JD' is no more. It was worth a try, but alas ... it didn't work. ZB".
A representative for ABC insists an official decision on the show's future has not yet been made.