Zach Braff got “Scrubs” fans excited on Saturday night. The actor posted a photo of the cast with the caption “Season 10?” but fans shouldn’t expect a revival any time soon.

Braff and the cast reunited with creator Bill Lawrence for Vulture Festival in Los Angeles. During the panel in Los Angeles, Lawrence explained that while he loves the “Scrubs” cast and crew, he isn’t a big fan of revivals.

“I would do anything to not only get to work with not only this group, but the writers, and do it again,” Lawrence said (via Deadline). “It was the best time in my life…you can never equal that experience. But that said, sometimes reboots, not all the time, but sometimes, they feel like a money grab.”

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The "Scrubs" cast has reunited, but it isn't for a revival. From left: Donald Faison, Ken Jenkins, Judy Reyes, Sarah Chalke and Zach Braff are pictured at Vulture Festival on Nov. 17, 2018 in Hollywood, California. Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for New York Magazine

Lawrence seems to be referring to full revivals that intend to go for multiple seasons. It sounds like he would be more open to something a little smaller. “If we ever do it, it’ll be a short little movie or something like that,” he said.

“Scrubs” aired for nine seasons, seven on NBC and two on ABC. The comedy followed the lives of employees at Sacred Heart Hospital and starred Braff, Sarah Chalke, Donald Faison, Judy Reyes and more. Unfortunately, the majority of the original cast left by the time Season 9 started, which one fan pointed out by “correcting” Braff’s tweet asking about Season 10 by saying, “Season 9*.” Braff responded with laughter.