Rooting for NBC’s ‘Go On’ To Do Just That

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Every once in a while, NBC actually does something right. Sure, it might not make up for some of their more colossal screw-ups (the banishment of Community to Friday nights, not broadcasting the Olympics live, the Knight Rider remake…), but I’m still always rooting for NBC to make better decisions. As much as I want that to happen, it never ceases to surprise me when it does. Go On is the perfect example of something I thought would be a complete train wreck but actually turned out to be one of the shows I’m most looking forward to this TV season, and if NBC hadn’t aired a preview of the pilot episode after their Olympic coverage, I probably wouldn’t have watched it….

*Read the rest of my review over at the Huffington Post! And watch a new episode of Go On Tuesday at 9 on NBC!


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Posted on September 11, 2012, in Television and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I wasn’t too sure about Go On and I think I want to like it more than I do. I’m not really sure if it’s just a clever copy of Community or if it actually has its own direction. I caught the premiere of Go On on my Hopper which records anything in prime time on NBC or the three other networks using the PrimeTime Anytime feature. It was mildly funny but I was really holding out for something a little more bizarre since this is a show about therapy sessions. Some of my Dish co-workers like the show though and have told me that I should just give it a chance to develop. I think I’m going to do just that and hope that this show will surprise me.

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