Ryan tries to separate the support group from all other aspects of his life, yet he comes to realize he may actually need the group. Elsewhere, Steven fumbles in his efforts to help Ryan overcome his loss.
Fast National ratings for Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012NBC got pretty decent ratings from its new Tuesday lineup, as "Go On" pulled in solid numbers in its time-period premiere and "The New Normal" drew ratings almost identical to its Monday debut. "The Voice" more
NBC employed the novel strategy of airing the "Go On" pilot not once, but three times, before the show's official, time-period premiere Tuesday night (Sept. 11). So now that you've finally seen a second episode, what's your verdict?As with a lot of new sh more
" Go On " re-aired its premiere episode last night, and tonight marks the show's official premiere with Episode 2, "He Got Game, She Got Cats" (premieres Tues., Sept. 11, 9 p.m. ET on NBC), where grieving widow Ryan King ( Matthew Perry ) realizes he may more
The new NBC series "Go On," starring Matthew Perry as sportscaster Ryan King, gives costume designer Nancy Gould a main character with many layers that she helps reveal through the clothes she selects."There is a lot of room for distinction between the sp more
The pilot for "Go On" has now aired three times -- a highly rated preview during NBC's Olympics coverage in August, plus two repeats that have pulled in decent numbers.Tuesday (Sept. 11), viewers will at last get to see the show's second episode, in which more
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11:53 EDT, 11 Sep, 2012Review
In “Go On,” Tuesdays on NBC, Matthew Perry plays the recently widowed host of a sports talk show. http://tv.nytimes.com/2012/09/11/arts/television/go-on-with-matthew-perry-on-nbc.html?partner=rss&emc=rss
Audiences want something very specific from Matthew Perry: They want "Friends." Not something "Friends"-like, they want that actual show, and are pretty satisfied catching Perry in the countless reruns that air on a constant loop all the time. They just w more
Matthew Perry and his sarcastic attitude have returned to TV, with his new comedy sitcom, Go On.