NBC Cancels Do No Harm

Steven Pasquale in Do No Harm

Steven Pasquale as Dr. Jason Cole/Ian Price in 'Do No Harm' -- (Photo by: Matthias Clamer/NBC)

Well, that didn’t take long at all. After just two episodes NBC has given up on Do No Harm starring Steven Pasquale, Alana de la Garza, and Samm Levine. The Hollywood Reporter broke the news, although everyone could see the writing on the wall. The early decision to pull the series is actually a no-brainer for the network.
 
Despite an interesting premise – a doctor has a Jekyll and Hyde personality – the show earned the dubious distinction of being the dramatic series with the lowest premiere viewership in NBC’s history. And episode two didn’t do anything to turn things around, pretty much guaranteeing the show was not going to be around for long.
 
Do No Harm will be replaced by repeat episodes of Law & Order: SVU.
 

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