Were you among the tiny group who checked out "Do No Harm" before NBC yanked it after just two episodes due to its abysmal ratings? Or maybe you're curious as to exactly how bad it was. Well, you'll all have a chance to watch the remaining eps beginning June 29th.
Well, we can't say we didn't see this coming, although we do feel bad for series star Steven Pasquale: After posting the lowest-rated scripted premiere in the history of the Big Four networks, "Do No Harm" has been taken off NBC's schedule after just two episodes.
We can't say we're completely surprised by this news, but after flying high for the past few months, it's gotta hurt the powers-that-be at NBC that last night's premiere of "Do No Harm" was the lowest rated in-season debut ever of any scripted show on any of the Big Four networks.
With just one episode down, the jury's still out on NBC's "Do No Harm," but if you're leaning toward the positive side of the fence, we have a look at next week's Episode 1.02, "Don't Answer the Phone," by means of an overflowing image gallery and a preview of the ep.
We're just a few days from the premiere of "Do No Harm" on NBC, but maybe you've already watched the pilot (see it here if not) and are already looking ahead to future installments. Here's what's coming in Episode 1.03, "Me Likey."
Image Gallery for Do No Harm Episode 1.01 - Pilot; Synopsis for Episode 1.02 - Don't Answer the Phone
With its January 31st premiere looming, NBC has released a big batch of stills for the "Pilot" episode of "Do No Harm" along with official synopses for both that ep and #1.02, "Don't Answer the Phone."
We previously posted a few highlights of Bryan Fuller's panel at Comic-Con relating to "Mockingbird Lane", and now NBC has provided a pair of videos regarding both that show and "Hannibal" as well as a quick video update from "Do No Harm" co-executive producer David Schulner.
NBC has picked up two drama pilots from its sister studio, Peter Traugott’s new Universal TV production company, and while they both sound more "thriller" than horror, one seems to have a "Twin Peaks" vibe and the other sounds like yet another spin on Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde so we figured we'd mention them and then see how Dread-worthy they turn out to be.
Though we can’t say for sure how strong the horror elements in “The Oaks” will be, I have to admit the idea of the show is pretty intriguing. Apparently new Fox Entertainment president Kevin Reilly agrees with me, one of the many things he and I have in common.