NBC's 'Go On' Canceled, Irony Fully Achieved

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Well, so much for NBC's 2012 lineup. After yesterday putting 'Guys With Kids' and '1600 Penn' in the ground, NBC's Matthew Perry-fronted 'Go On' has officially been given the axe. Irony jokes aside, we had hoped Perry might finally find post-'Friends' success, and 'Go On' certainly had some strong moments, but to ultimately no avail. Full details on the cancellation inside!

'Go On' will not, it seems. The Matthew Perry-starring, grief-counseling drama has officially been given a cancellation order at NBC, joining just 2012 series as 'Guys With Kids,' '1600 Penn,' 'Deception,' 'Animal Practice' and 'Do No Harm.' 'Go On' had been paired behind 'The Voice' in an attempt to bolster NBC's comedy ratings, but sadly seems to have struck out once again.

Stay tuned for more upcoming announcements, but in the meantime what say you? Will you miss NBC's 'Go On,' or was the network right to pull the plug after its first season?

Filed Under: Go On, Matthew Perry, NBC
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