'Scrubs' taps two, rounding out cast

Michael Mosley, Kerry Bishe land starring roles on series

Michael Mosley and up-and-comer Kerry Bishe have landed the remaining two new starring roles on ABC's "Scrubs."

The two join Dave Franco as the three new regulars on the veteran comedy, which is shifting its setting to a medical school next season.

Mosley will play Drew, a scruffy and attractive thirysomething med student, who is getting his second shot at medical school after a major meltdown 10 years ago when he was a top candidate at Harvard Medical School.

Despite being a decade older than the other students, he is not happy about being given the role of de facto "mentor" to the young students and completely resists any friendships that may come out of that.

Bishe will play Lucy, a 22-year-old first-year med student who is an attractive all-American girl and the first in her close-knit family of commercial fishermen to go to college. Lucy is bright and has learned impressive surgical skills from gutting fish, but is overwhelmed by the pressure of the workload, the new environment and the expectations of her family.

Mosley, recently seen in "The Proposal," is repped by Gersh and Smith Talent Group.

Bishe (Fox's "Virtuality") is repped by Innovative and Brookside Artist.