Former “Friends” star Matthew Perry re-teams with Peacock and Scott Silveri for new offering
Matthew Perry officially has a new NBC series.
The former "Friends" star's comedy pilot, "Go On," has been picked up to series by the network, an individual with knowledge of the situation confirmed to TheWrap.
On the show, written and executive-produced by "Friends" alum Scott Silveri, Perry will play "an irreverent yet charming sportscaster" who finds solace from the members of his group therapy sessions as he attempts to recover from a loss.
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The series co-stars "Transformers" star Julie White, Laura Benanti of "The Playboy Club," "Men of a Certain Age" actress Suzy Nakamura and Khary Payton.
Perry's most-recent series, the short-lived ABC offering "Mr. Sunshine," was canceled last May.
Deadline first reported the news.