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."
Have you had a chance to check out the pilot for "Do No Harm" on NBC yet? No worries - we have it for you right here again along with a batch of new character posters for the show.
Curious about the Jekyll and Hyde sounding "Do No Harm"? Then why wait for its January 31st premiere date to check it out? NBC has released the pilot in its entirety, and we have it right here!
With its January 31st premiere date looming, NBC's "Do No Harm" has released another new promo video, and to go along with it, we have additional info on the character James Cromwell ("American Horror Story: Asylum") will be portraying on the show.
With NBC set to premiere the new series "Do No Harm" in just a little over a month, the network has released another promo, this one entitled "He Becomes Me," in which the show's star, Steven Pasquale, describes how his alter-ego Ian Price takes over in true Jekyll and Hyde fashion. Check it out!
NBC's Jekyll and Hyde themed new series "Do No Harm" arrives on January 31st, and we have a look at the second promo for the show released by the network.
James Cromwell has been utterly despicable in "American Horror Story: Asylum," and we love him for it. Now that he's signed on as a guest star in NBC's upcoming "Do No Harm," we have to wonder if he'll be turning back into the nice guy we usually see him portray.
With its January 31st premiere date looming closer, the first promo video for "Do No Harm" has popped up on NBC, and of course we have it right here for you to check our. We're already fans of the show's lead, Steven Pasquale, from his "Rescue Me" days, so we'll be watching next month. What about you?
Both "Hannibal" and "Do No Harm" will be premiering midseason on NBC, and the network has unveiled some new artwork for both. Check it out, and look for more on these two highly anticipated series soon!