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Go On + Hannibal = NBC Comedy Gold!

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NBC’s not dead yet! No, really! They’re finally fixing that Thursday schedule tonight—well, sort of. ---

Go On (NBC) New Night: Now that the meh-received 1600 Penn is over, Matthew Perry moves back to NBC Thursdays, leaving that dog The New Normal behind on Tuesdays (or, in Utah, leaving behind filler cooking shows for the whole family). Go On, wherein Perry plays a glib sports-radio host in a wacky grief-therapy group (you read that right), has improved since its premiere last fall (see horrific promo below), but it's still not up to the Ha! standard of Parks & Recreation and the withering-but-still-solid Community and The Office. The funniest part of Go On is actually NBC's Twitter hashtag: #goon.

Hannibal (NBC) Series Debut: It’s bloody, it’s creepy, it’s reviewed in True TV (Item 2).

Comic Book Men, Freakshow, Immortalized (AMC) Season Finales: Those AMC shows that aren’t The Walking Dead? Or even Talking Dead? They were still on, but they’re over tonight. And to think you missed genius like this:

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