Go On is an American sitcom that premiered on August 8, 2012 on NBC and is currently airing its first season. It was created by Scott Silveri and was produced by Silver & Gold Productions, Dark Toy Entertainment, and distributed by Universal Television.
After the death of his wife, Ryan King (Matthew Perry) enters an employer-mandated group therapy session for grief counseling called Transitions. Although initially skeptical of the idea, King realizes the healing power that friends and honesty can bring.
The group is led by Lauren Schneider and features an eccentric group of people who have also faced loss recently in their lives, including fellow widow Anne, the shy Owen who is struggling with his brother's coma, the bizarre Mr. K, and the neurotic Yolanda who is trying to recover from her parents' divorce.
- Matthew Perry as Ryan King, a sportscaster who joins a support group while trying to move on from his late wife's death.
- Laura Benanti as Lauren Schneider, the leader of the support group.
- Julie White as Anne, a lesbian lawyer coping with the death of her partner, and stuck in the "anger" stage of grief.
- Suzy Nakamura as Yolanda, a member of the group whose parents are divorcing.
- Tyler James Williams as Owen, a member of the group whose brother is in a coma following a skiing accident.
- Brett Gelman as Mr. K, a mysterious member of the group coping with grief that others are too afraid to ask him about.
- John Cho as Steven, Ryan's boss and best friend, who forces him to seek counseling.
- Allison Miller as Carrie, Ryan's assistant.
- Bill Cobbs as George, a member of the group who is blind.
- Sarah Baker as Sonia, a member of the group upset over the death of her cat, Cinderella.
- Tonita Castro as Fausta, a member of the group, who is grieving the death of her father and brother.
- Seth Morris as Danny, a member of the group whose wife had a son with another man whilst he was in the army.