NBC Pulls the Plug on DO NO HARM After 2 Episodes
NBC has officially cancelled its freshman Jekyll/Hyde drama DO NO HARM, Entertainment Weekly has learned.
The series only first aired on January 31 - but its first outing was remarkably dismal. The debut episode ranked as the second-lowest midseason premiere in television history (at least since Nielsen was founded), and last night's episode only brought in 2.2 million viewers, EW confirms.
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The series also starred Alana De La Garza ("Law & Order"), Michael Esper ("A Beautiful Mind"), Ruta Gedmintas ("The Borgias"), Lin-Manuel Miranda ("House"), Phylicia Rashad ("The Cosby Show"), John Carroll Lynch ("The Drew Carey Show") and Samm Levine ("Freaks and Geeks"). "Do No Harm" is produced by Universal Television and TBD Entertainment. The executive producer/writer is David Schulner ("Desperate Housewives," "The Event"). Peter Traugott ("Ringer") and Rachel Kaplan ("Ringer") also are executive producers.