The creators of “Clinic” admitted that a full-length film will be released on the series
The creators and actors of “Clinic” during the festival ATX TV allowed the reboot of the series in the form of a full-length film, according to Deadline.
“Here’s the thing: I think we all want a reboot and want to work together again, but it can’t be about a whole season. Maybe there will be a movie or something that we could shoot in a few months,” said Donald Faison, who played the role of Christopher Turk.
Series creator Bill Lawrence stated that the crew enjoy spending time with each other, so they are really thinking about reuniting. In addition, fans are still showing interest in the show.
Earlier it became known that from the series “Clinic” they decided to remove episodes that offend the feelings of black people. The Hulu service removed from its collection several episodes containing blackface (a caricature image of black people – approx. ed.). This happened after a corresponding request from the show’s producer Bill Lawrence and the television company ABC Studios.
We are talking about the 7th episode of the third season, as well as the 4th and 17th episodes of the fifth season. In one of them, the main character John Dorian, played by Zach Braff, appears at a party with his face painted black.