Dan Byrd and Courteney Cox
Question: Now that Happy Endings and Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23 have been banished to Sundays nights to wither away, isn't this a lesson we all saw coming by piling on sitcoms against each other on Tuesdays? I can potentially see ABC saving Happy Endings to prolong its syndication opportunities, but both shows were buried without much support (premiering in late October) and ABC seems to have gone down the Cougar Town route again. Apart from protected golden child Modern Family and reliable The Middle, ABC has a poor record of keeping their sitcoms on the air over the last several years, and now we have two more to add to the long list here. It's only a matter of time before Suburgatory enjoys a similar fate. Throwing them opposite hot thing New Girl and a Matthew Perry vehicle Go On seemed foolish on ABC's part.
Bradley Whitford and Matthew Perry
Go On will host a Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip reunion next year!
Bradley Whitford has landed a guest-starring role on Matthew Perry's NBC sitcom Go On, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Go On spies Covert Affairs' Piper Perabo for multi-episode arc
Whitford, who will appear in an episode titled "A Ring and a Miss," will play...
What will Auggie (Christopher Gorham) think?!
Covert Affairs star Piper Perabo — whose character finally shared a kiss with Auggie in the season finale of the USA spy drama — has landed a major role on Go On as a new...
Matthew Perry mocks Angus T. Jones' now-infamous YouTube rant against Two and a Half Men in a new Funny or Die video, but the Friends alum also takes a few big shots at himself.
In the video, posted Thursday, Perry urges the public not to...
What unbecomes a legend most? Look no further than this long weekend's well-timed candidate for the TV Turkey Hall of Fame: Liz & Dick (Lifetime, Sunday at 9/8c), an epic of stunningly cynical and pathetic miscasting, a TV-movie so laughably inept it doesn't deserve to be on a first-name basis with anything resembling humanity.
The brand new Friends: The Complete Series Blu-ray set boasts more than 20 hours of bonus material, including three hours of never-before-seen features, but it's what's missing from the collection that has some fans disappointed: deleted footage.
The extras were included in previously released DVD versions of Friends, but producers opted to only feature the original broadcast episodes of the show on Blu-ray. "[The Blu-ray set is] more about seeing them again in a new way," co-executive producer/director Kevin S. Bright told TVGuide.com last week.
Friends boss on coming to Blu-ray, the episode that never happened and where everyone is now
In light of the fan reaction, we caught up with Bright again to get the full story behind the exclusion. Plus: What may bring the cast back together?
Friends, Kevin Bright
Now we can finally watch Green Acres Friends the way it was meant to be seen.
Friends: The Complete Series Blu-ray box set hits stores Tuesday for the first time, featuring all 236 episodes completely remastered, with 17 hours of extras from the original DVDs and more than three hours of all-new bonus features. Among the new content: New retrospective documentaries, a never-before-seen gag reel, and the original script and producer's cut of Season 8's "The One Where Rachel Tells Ross," which includes a Monica (Courteney Cox) and Chandler (Matthew Perry) story line that had to be modified in the wake of 9/11. The 21-disc collection is must-have for any diehard Friends fan who has been there since Ross (David Schwimmer) grabbed a spoon or is just learning what the "Joey special" is now in syndication. "I think we have something that's going to make Friends fans really happy," co-executive producer/director Kevin S. Bright tells TVGuide.com.
Friends exclusive: Peek at an extra from the complete series on Blu-ray!
Working with Warner Home Video, Bright was "very involved" in ...
Go On was one of the first three new shows to earn a full-season pickup this fall, and its success comes as big of a surprise to the cast and crew as it may anyone else.
"Nobody knew whether it was going to work," Matthew Perry told reporters on a conference call. "Nobody knew, really, whether people were going to laugh at these sad situations."
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The show's premise reads more like a drama than a comedy: Sportscaster Ryan King (Perry) attends group therapy to deal with his wife's death. But Perry believes the series — or more specifically, creator/executive producer Scott Silveri, with whom he worked on Friends — has managed to find ...
Matthew Perry, Andrew Rannells
And the first series of the fall TV season to get full-season pickups are... NBC's Go On, The New Normal and Revolution!
NBC ordered nine additional episodes of each series, bringing their episode totals for the season up to...
Matthew Perry is getting a little help from his friend, Lauren Graham, on his new NBC comedy.
The Parenthood star is set to guest-star on an upcoming episode of Go On as a....