After having watched the first three episodes of Go On, I kind of love it. This may be the only comedy I'll be watching from this year's batch of new shows.
The show is based around Ryan King (Matthew Perry), who after having lost his wife in a car accident, is told by his boss to seek therapy at a support group for life change.
One of the best things I can say for Go On (albeit only three episodes in) is that there isn't a weak link in the rest of the cast. In most comedies, I usually encounter at least one supporting character that either irritates me or bores me. Of the many supporting characters in Go On -- from Steven and Carrie at Ryan's workplace, to the nine members of his support group -- I like them all.
Of course, as much as I enjoy all of them, the show is lead by Matthew Perry, who does a wonderful job of being both sincere and hilarious.
Even after just three episodes, Go On is already one of my favorite comedies on TV.