The show "Do No Harm" is canceled after just two episodes. The NBC series which had a "Jekyll and Hyde" theme to it, apparently failed to attract enough interest from viewers to stay on television much longer.
A report on Feb. 8 from OMG! Yahoo! says that only 3.1 million viewers watched the debut of the show, with a 0.9 rating in the 18-49 demographic. The show centered around a man with a split personality and starred Steven Pasquale. It has the distinction of matching "Made in Jersey" as one of the fastest dramas canceled for the 2012-13 season.
Other members of the cast included Alana de la Garza, Ruta Gedmintas, and Phylicia Rashad of "Cosby Show" fame. The show still has a place on the NBC website with "full episodes" available for viewing online.
To replace "Do No Harm," NBC plans to show several re-runs of "Law & Order: SVU." These include episodes titled "Dreams Deferred" and "Friending Emily," which can be seen on Roanoke's Cox Cable channel 10 for NBC affiliate WSLS.
Did you catch either of the episodes of "Do No Harm" before the show was canceled? Should another network pick it up?