The reason Joshua Jackson opposes a Dawson’s Creek comeback

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The reason Joshua Jackson opposes a Dawson's Creek comeback

The star of Doctor Death does not agree so much with the idea of ​​a reboot from the series that brought him international fame.

Joshua Jackson is not waiting for a return of Dawson’s Creek. In fact, you don’t want it to happen.

The reasons, in the video above.

Dawson’s Creek recounted the drama-filled lives of a group of distraught teenagers turned young adults. Joshua’s main character, Pacey, and James van der Beek, Dawson, were constantly caught in a love triangle with Joey, played by Katie Holmes. The end of this triangle caused mixed reactions among fans.

The show also starred the now Emmy winner and Oscar nominee, Michelle Williams, whose character, Jen, had an ending that also caused controversy.

After what Dawson’s Creek ended its six seasons in 2003, Joshua Jackson starred in the shows Fringe Y The Affair, as well as the miniseries Little Fires Everywhere and most recently Peacock’s new crime drama miniseries, Dr. Death, in which he plays a doctor who is serving a life sentence in real life for intentionally injuring a patient in a failed spinal surgery.

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