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Go On
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Show Summary

Go On stars Matthew Perry as an irreverent yet charming sportscaster Ryan King, who, trying to move on from a loss, finds surprising solace from the members of his mandatory support group. The Transitions group, led by the controlling Lauren, is juxtaposed with Ryan's office life, highlighted by his boss/best friend Steven and his assistant Carrie.Go On is a single-camera project written by Scott Silveri and produced by Universal TV. The pilot was directed by Todd Holland, who also executive produces.

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  • i wanna see season 2

    10
    love the show. NBC sucks
  • I actually miss Go On

    9.0
    Too bad this show was canceled. Perry was great in it.
  • Disappointed

    8.5
    Shame this has been cancelled. Good show, great cast, great characters. Thought this would have survived aleast another season.



    -Well after seeing the new comedies (4 episodes in) for this coming winter im even more disappointed that this is no longer around.
  • Not a smart move from NBC to cancel it!

    8.5
    Its been a while since we had that number of comedy shows that we are willing to watch and actually laugh while watching, and Go on was one of them and NBC wasn't that smart with canceling it.

    The rating of show's episodes last year was quite impressive with average of 8. The cast was great and funny all over the season and I'm really sad to see it come to an end.moreless
  • Horrible

    2.0
    Horrible show starting from episode 1. Showrunners relied too much on Matthew Perry's skills to play a character and scripts that were beyond stupid. There was not even a single one-liner to rescue out of the whole mess. Don't blame NBC on this one, the show was awuful. At least the actors got a good paycheck.
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