(NBC) -- Tonight's line up is all new on NBC.
The new comedy "Go On" settles into its Tuesday night home tonight after "The Voice."
Matthew Perry plays a wise cracking sports talk show host coping after the death of his wife.
"He chooses to be relentlessly upbeat about it," Perry says.
That attitude carries over when he's forced into an colorful grief therapy group.
Next, a gay couple hopes to find out in "The New Normal".
They try to start a family with the help of a surrogate, who's trying to turn her own life around.
Finally, comedian Ray Romano goes from being just a fan of "Parenthood" to guest starring in the new season.
"That's a real family, all that's real, so to walk into the world, it's kind of trippy for me," he says.
Romano plays an embittered divorcee who hires Sarah Braverman as a photographer's assistant.
Romano has signed on for several episodes.