Fall TV Preview

Go On: Did Matthew Perry Give Good Grief?

So… how are we feeling today?

Matthew Perry’s newest sitcom Go On unofficially debuted Wednesday night, capping Day 12 of NBC’s Olympics coverage. And now that you’ve had a few moments to take some cleansing breaths and process your emotions, we want to know what you think about the former Chandler Bing’s latest endeavor. (Don’t worry; we don’t care whether or not you use “I” statements.)

A brief refresher: The comedy follows a grieving sports radio host (Perry) who’s forced to join a support group following the death of his wife. The Playboy Club’s Laura Benanti leads the band of bereaved oddballs, which includes Everybody Hates Chris’ Tyler James Williams (goodness gracious, when did he grow up?), and Harold & Kumar’s John Cho is the boss who orders Perry’s character to attend the soul-searching sessions. And if you fell asleep during the Olympics or your DVR had a fit about the unorthodox start time, no worries: The same episode will air again when Go On premieres at 9/8c on Tuesday, Sept. 11.

TVLine nation, answer the poll question below to let us know what you think, then back up your opinion in the comments: Are you going to make Friends with Go On?