Go On Season 1 Finale Review “Urn-ed Run”

At the beginning of the series’ run, Go On was a show about people (namely Ryan King) attempting to move on from some tragic event. The storylines addressed how the tragedy affected the everyday lives of some of the characters. In particular, Ryan King seemed lost without the one woman who held him together. Somewhere along the line (I’m looking at you, Piper Perabo), the show became less about grief and seemed like it was actively trying to be a broader version of Community. As a result, the show was not very good. These characters simply aren’t funny enough on their own to make this show a true ensemble piece. Fortunately, the show’s final few episodes of the season have reminded me of why this show was interesting in the first place. The comedy can be witty, but it’s the quieter moments where the show rises a notch above every other mediocre comedy on television. READ MORE...


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