Do No Harm

'Zero Hour,' '666 Park Avenue' and 'Do No Harm' Get Summer Premiere Dates

by Kevin Fitzpatrick April 29, 2013 @ 12:50 PM
It's getting to be that time of year when networks roll out their Upfront presentations, shoring up existing series for next year, though ABC, for one, has yet to make many official announcements over its renewed series. Even will all the cancellations and renewals, however, many have begun to announce premiere dates for unpopular series to burn off their remaining episodes, so when can you check out the final episodes of 'Zero Hour,' '666 Park Avenue' and 'Do No Harm'? find out inside!

'Do No Harm' Cancelled At NBC, Is 'Hannibal' On Call?

by Kevin Fitzpatrick February 8, 2013 @ 5:30 PM
What's this? 'Do No Harm,' the show that no one expected to do anything out of the gate...isn't doing anything! Yes, it seems after achieving the worst ratings debut in recorded history, and and even less-impressive follow up this week. NBC has officially pulled the plug on future airings of its "Jekyll and Hyde"-style medical drama 'Do No Harm.' The show's epic fail marks the latest in a particularly troubled recent run for NBC, but could good news be on the horizon? Might the good doctor 'Hannibal' save the day?

James Cromwell Books Next TV Gig on NBC's 'Do No Harm'

by Kevin Fitzpatrick December 11, 2012 @ 11:15 AM
For months now we've seen veteran actor James Cromwell pop up in the most unusual of places, first taking a regular, bald and goateed role as sinister Nazi Dr. Arden of 'American Horror Story: Asylum,' and even unexpectedly popping up on the third season of 'Boardwalk Empire' as historical figure Andrew Mellon. Now, Cromwell will next take his talents to network TV for NBC's Jekyll/Hyde drama 'Do No Harm,' but how lengthy a stay will it be this time?