38 TV Shows That Need To Get Revived By Netflix ASAP
Matthew Perry doesn’t seem to have great luck with any of his post-Friends shows. Go On, Mr. Sunshine, and Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip only lasted a season each, and frankly, all of them were better than that. But Go On was especially touching and charming. It followed Ryan King as he joined an emotional support group following the death of his wife and worked his way back to good mental health with them. A show like this, one that talked about mental health but kept its characters moving forward with its comedy, might also be good medicine for viewers in this cultural moment when conversations about mental health are taking place more often.