'Do No Harm' Medical Drama Series Cancelled After Two Episodes

'Do No Harm' television series was cancelled after two episodes aired

Last night NBC pulled the plug on Do No Harm; the Jekyll and Hyde-themed medical drama series set and filmed in Philadelphia, PA, was cancelled after only two episodes.

No doctor, especially not lead actor Steven Pasquale’s Jekyll-esque “Jason Cole” could have saved Do No Harm. Neither could Pasquale’s mean-spirited alter ego – the Hyde-like “Ian Price” – punch and pound new life into it. The television series, co-starring Phylicia Rashad, Alana De La Garza, Ruta Gedmintas and Michael Esper won the most unusual honor in its first week: it was the lowest rated major network regular season premiere since the current ratings systems came into existence in 1987. What could be worse than that? The even lower ratings the series earned for its second episode on February 7.

We’ll miss seeing the City of Brotherly Love represented as handsomely as it was in Do No Harm. Broad Street, the Franklin Institute and the Union League never looked so good.

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Posted on Saturday, February 9, 2013