Last month, during the Olympics, NBC aired the first episode of Go On. The peacock network will be re-airing the pilot tomorrow night at 10:30pm and will air the second episode on Tuesday night at 9pm in its usual timeslot. We’d like to know if you think it’ll be quickly cancelled, a moderate success, or a big hit?
Matthew Perry returns to NBC in a new sitcom, Go On. The show revolves around Ryan, a radio sportscaster who’s returned to work following the death of his wife. Despite displaying his usual cocky demeanor, his friend and boss (John Cho) doesn’t want him back on the air until he seeks counseling.
Ryan reluctantly joins a support group with one goal in mind: get in, get out and get back on the radio as quickly as possible. He discovers however that he might be able to help the other members of the group and they might be able to help him as well.
The sitcom also features the talents of Allison Miller, Julie White, Laura Benanti, Suzy Nakamura, and Tyler James Williams.
NBC has ordered 13 episodes of Go On to start.
Before you share your opinion below, here are some interviews, a preview, and the full pilot:
So, what do you think? Does Go On look like a hit? Will you tune in, DVR the show, or skip it altogether? Do you think previewing and releasing the first episode online will help or hurt the show’s ratings?