NBC has decided to drop the new comedy.
May 10, 2013
NBC has cancelled freshman series Go On after one season. The Matthew Perry-led laugher premiered last September and was picked up for a full season a month later. Ratings for the show were solid during the first half of its run, but dropped off dramatically to finish the season.
Go On is the fourth comedy axed by NBC this week, along with 1600 Penn, Guys with Kids, Whitney, and Up All Night.
(Source: The Hollywood Reporter)
05/10/13 at 10:34pm
Loved it to start, but felt it dropped off. Maybe a 13 episode first season would have worked better, giving them the chance to build the following season
05/10/13 at 07:50pm
Remember back in the day when NBC ruled prime time?.......stupid, stupid decision.
05/10/13 at 05:48pm
And NBC makes another stupid decision. Go On was the best new show this year.
05/10/13 at 02:42pm
A dark yet heart-warming and often absurd comedy that was actually worth watching. Really sad that utter garbage can linger forever, but anything that breaks the mold or tries to address real issues gets burned. Will be missed.
05/10/13 at 01:56pm
Bah!!! This was one of the only polished, funny new sitcoms. I don't remember the pilot, but I do know it's one of the few shows I watch as soon as I see it on my DVR.
05/10/13 at 01:04pm
Boo! This was actually one of the only big network shows that I actually watched! It was hilarious!
05/10/13 at 12:44pm
I found the pilot to be painfully unfunny. I liked Mr. Sunshine (Perry's previous comedy effort) better than this one. Glad it's gone, but what now? NBC has a grand total of about 2 shows that haven't been cancelled, LOL.
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