After taking some time to deal with the death of his wife, sportscaster Ryan King (Matthew Perry) is ready to push his feelings down and get back to work. However, Ryan's boss (John Cho), preferring that Ryan work through his grief first, refuses to let him back on air until he gets counseling. Reluctantly, Ryan joins a support group, where his lack of interest in healing not only makes therapy interesting but also may just serve as the breath of fresh air needed to get his fellow group members back on track to health.
Go On was nominated for--and won--several awards during its time on air, receiving recognition from organizations focused on representation in media (GLAAD-the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation), Alliance for Women in Media (Gracie Allen Award), NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) and the Entertainment Industries Council (Prism Award, honoring the creative community for accurate depictions of drug use, addiction and mental health in entertainment programming.)
Go On featured an excellent cast with familiar actors, many starring in some of the most prestigious and popular shows and movies today. Credits include: