News for Season 1


'Nurse Jackie' Enlists 'Go On' Alum for Recurring Role (Exclusive)

Julie White will join the cast of Showtime's Edie Falco starrer and have a major presence in season six.    

'Go On' canceled as NBC comedy purge continues

NBC's house-cleaning at its comedy division continues: First-year series "Go On" has been canceled.As things stand now, only one of the 11 comedies NBC aired this season, "Parks and Recreation," will return in 2013-14. The fates of "Community" and "Go On's" Tuesday companion "The New Normal" have yet to be decided."Go On" starred Matthew Perry as Ryan King, a radio host who enters grief therapy after his wife dies and comes to rely on the assorted oddballs in the group and its well-meaning but underqualified leader, Lauren (Laura Benanti). Julie White, John Cho, Tyler James Williams, Suzy Nakamura and Brett Gelman also starred.PICS 2012-13 canceled showsThe show debuted to solid ratings last fall with "The Voice" as a lead-in but fell off drastically when the singing competition went on hiatus during the winter. "Go On" rebounded some when "The Voice" returned in March, but a two-week run to close the season on Thursday nights didn't...

Go On Season Finale Episode 22 “Urn-ed Run”

Go On season finale Episode 22 “Urn-ed Run” airs Thursday, April 11 on NBC (9:30-10 p.m. ET). Episode synopsis: Go On (NBC) Episode 22 “Urn-ed Run” – Ryan, (Matthew Perry) in the continuing effort to recover after the loss of his wife, Janie, (Christine Woods) is presented with a plan “masterminded” by Mr. K (Brett Gelman) and Anne (Julie White) to help force Ryan to lay his wife’s ashes to rest, but the plan goes awry. Meanwhile, the group grumbles they’re not getting anything out of their sessions and blame Lauren (Laura Benanti) to such an extent that Yolanda (Suzy Nakamura) and Sonia (Sarah Baker) make up a big problem for her to fix. After the failure of both plans, the group comes together with new perspectives. Also starring, Tyler James Williams, Tonita Castro, John Cho, Bill Cobbs READ MORE...

'Go On' season finale - 'Urn-ed Run': Why Matthew Perry and Co. deserve a second season

The season finale of "Go On" is in the books, and the show's prospects for next season are up in the air. After a strong fall run airing after "The Voice," the show's ratings dropped off sharply without the lead-in, putting its prospects for a second season very much in question (although Zap2it readers would like it to return). So would this Zap2it writer. Early in the season, I wrote about how well "Go On" was coming together, and it's continued to improve as the season has gone on. The show has remained true to the idea that Ryan King (Matthew Perry) and the other members of his therapy group are all bent or broken in some way. Its supporting characters have continued to grow, and it hasn't rushed to put Ryan and group leader Lauren (Laura Benanti) together.Could the show head that direction with Lauren and Ryan in the future? It absolutely could, particularly...

'Go On' Finale: Is Ryan King Ready to Move On? (Exclusive Video)

THR debuts a clip from Thursday's season closer, "Urn-ed Run."

'Go On': Ryan and Lauren attempt to solve each other's problems

"Go On" has a new timeslot for its final two episodes of the season, so after "The Office" on Thursday (April 4) you'll have the pleasure of seeing Matthew Perry dressed as a basketball.Ryan (Perry), it seems, becomes jealous of the new KBAL mascot in Thursday's episode, "Fast Breakup" -- but not so much that he's above putting on the costume. He's having trouble processing a message from a drunk-dialing Carrie (Allison Miller), so he turns to Lauren (Laura Benanti) for advice.Lauren, in turn, is having serious doubts about going through with her marriage, and he offers his thoughts on what she should do. Somewhat surprisingly to both of them, the advice on both sides is pretty sound -- though neither one of them is ready to deal with it in person."Go On" airs at 9:30 p.m. ET Thursday on NBC. Take a look at the clip:...

'Go On's' Julie White on how 'Guys and Dolls' saved her from detention

Julie White was having a terrific week: Her character, Anne on NBC's "Go On," had an important storyline; her indie film, "Language of a Broken Heart," opened; and her voice was the only other one heard in Holland Taylor's one-woman Broadway show, "Ann."White, who has been an actor for decades, is happy."Go On," which airs Thursday, April 4, revolves around a grief counseling group Matthew Perry's character must attend."I love that my character is such an unusual character on television," White tells Zap2it of Anne, a lesbian whose partner died. "She is really a woman not about the male gaze at all, and with no apology at all. She is not part of the landscape."After you have acted as long as I have, your criteria for a part is, 'Please let it not be embarrassing in any way!' " White says.White grew up in an artsy home in Austin, Texas. Her mom had been a...

Go On (NBC) Episode 21 “Fast Breakup”

Go On Episode 21 “Fast Breakup” airs Thursday, April 4 on NBC (9:30-10 p.m. ET). Episode synopsis: Go On (NBC) Episode 21 “Fast Breakup” – Ryan (Matthew Perry) finds a new rival in the K-Ball Mascot. Also, Ryan is unsure how to handle a flirty, drunk-dial call from his secretary Carrie(Allison Miller). In a strange role reversal, Ryan becomes counselor to Lauren (Laure Benanti) in her confused love life while the group prepares a bachelorette party that will never be.Also starring Brett Gelman, Suzy Nakamura, Julie White, Sarah Baker, Tonita Castro, John Cho and Hayes Macarthur. READ MORE...

'Go On': Did Carrie Profess Her Love for Ryan King? (Exclusive Video)

The NBC comedy moves to Thursdays next week, and in a scene from the penultimate episode, the two K-BAL co-workers are forced to deal with a drunken revelation.

TV ratings: 'The Voice' gives 'Go On' a big bump Tuesday while 'Splash' dips

Fast National ratings for Tuesday, March 26, 2013As it did Monday, "The Voice" gave NBC a sizable ratings boost on Tuesday. The show led its hour in adults 18-49 and also helped "Go On" more than double its demographic rating from last week, giving the comedy its best numbers in three months. "The New Normal" improved by half a point.Also Tuesday, ABC's "Splash" took a hit opposite increased competition, but the first "Dancing With the Stars" elimination of the spring was up over the fall's first results show. "DWTS" helped push "Body of Proof" to its best numbers of the season. CBS was down some in both viewers and adults 18-49, but still strong enough to lead the night both measures. "New Girl" was steady for FOX.CBS averaged 13.5 million viewers and an 8.5 rating/13 share in households to finish comfortably ahead of ABC (9.8 million, 6.5/10). NBC (6.6 million, 4.2/7) took third, more than...