New fall TV shows: Keep or cancel?
What Matthew Gilbert says: "'Go On' isnt really a cynical comedy or an easy slam on the usefulness of group healing. Its better than that. Ryan is certainly a cynic, using ridicule to tamp down his troubled emotions about the loss of his wife. And there are moments the group leader telling everyone to hug themselves when the show does satirize the talking cure. But the writers, including creator Scott Silveri from 'Friends,' clearly honor true grief and depression."