NBC Bringing Back ’70s Cop Drama ‘Ironside’

NEW YORK (AP) — NBC is ordering up a new comedy for fall from “Scrubs” creator Bill Lawrence and an updating of the `70s cop drama “Ironside.” The revived “Ironside” stars Blair Underwood as the paralyzed lawman who uses a wheelchair. That memorable character was originally played by Raymond Burr. Another new drama, “Chicago PD,” […]

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Courteney Cox guest stars on "Go On" (Photo: NBC)

Sneak Peek: Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry’s On-Screen Reunion on ‘Go On’

Nine years after we said good-bye to “Friends,” former TV couple Matthew Perry and Courteney Cox are reuniting on-screen for NBC’s “Go On.” [xfinity-record-button id=”6173635870840998112″ program_type=”series”] Cox will guest star on the April 2 episode of Perry’s latest NBC sitcom as a woman who’s set up on a date with Perry’s character, Ryan. And from […]

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Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry on the Set of NBC's "Go On" (Photo: Twitter)

First Look: ‘Friends’ Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry Reunite on ‘Go On’

Monica and Chandler, together again! Okay, not really, but the former “Friends” co-stars are reuniting on-screen when Courteney Cox guest stars on Matthew Perry’s sitcom “Go On.” Cox teased fans with a first glimpse of the pair on set Tuesday (reminding us that our love for “Friends” will always “Go On”). “My first box husband,” […]

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Matthew Perry and Courteney Cox in 2006 (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Courteney Cox, Matthew Perry to Reunite on ‘Go On’

Attention “Friends” fans, Monica and Chandler are getting back together… sorta. NBC series “Go On,” which stars former “Friends” actor Matthew Perry, has cast Courteney Cox to guest star in an episode of the sitcom, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Cox and Perry, of course, played the on-screen couple of Monica and Chandler on the […]

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NBC’s ‘Revolution,’ ‘The New Normal,’ ‘Go On’ Picked Up for Full Seasons

At least three of NBC’s freshman shows will “Go On.” The network announced Tuesday the first renewal news of the 2012-13 TV season, granting full-season pick-ups to three of its new shows: the Monday night adventure drama “Revolution” and two sitcoms, Matthew Perry’s “Go On” and “The New Normal” from creator Ryan Murphy (“Glee,” “American […]

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