Matthew Perry must 'Go On' but doesn't leave 'The Good Wife' behind


NBC is leading the charge into the fall television season early, and Matthew Perry is the familiar face at the front of the pack.Not surprisingly, the network is using its Summer Olympics coverage as a launching pad for its new programming lineup ... starting with its "sneak peek" of "Friends" alum Perry's seriocomic show "Go On" Wednesday, Aug, 8. He plays a sportscaster ordered into therapy after his wife's death, and among the moments of Chandler Bing-like humor are more serious reminders of Perry's guest turn last season on CBS' "The Good Wife."In tackling regular series work for the third time -- following NBC's "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" and ABC's "Mr. Sunshine" -- in the eight years since "Friends" ended, Perry spoke with Zap2it recently about the task of establishing a new show (which starts its regular run Sept. 11) and character in the shadow of one of television's most successful comedies ever.PICS:...


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