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Do No Harm (NBC) Episode 5 A Stand-In

Do No Harm "A Stand-In" episode 5 airs Saturday, July 13 2013 on NBC (10-11 p.m. ET) Episode Synopsis: Do No Harm Episode 5 "A Stand-In"- Ian (Steven Pasquale) falls for a woman in D.I.D. therapy, but when Jason (also Steven Pasquale) suspects she has a life-threatening condition, he races to cure her – a cure that may mean she no longer loves Ian. When Dr. Jordan (Michael Esper) alerts Dr. Young (Phylicia Rashad) that someone tampered with her daughter’s chart, all signs point to Jason. Lena (Alana De La Garza) is ready to move on from Jason with a new boyfriend, but is Jason willing to let her go? READ MORE...

Do No Harm (NBC) Episode 4 - Me Likey

Do No Harm "Me Likey" episode 4 airs Saturday, July 6 2013 on NBC (10-11 p.m. ET) Episode Synopsis: Do No Harm Episode 4 "Me Likey"- Jason (Steven Pasquale) agrees to grant Ian (also Steven Pasquale) his wish – a rendezvous with the object of his desire, Olivia (Ruta Gedmintas). But it comes with a catch: Ian must pose as Jason at a black-tie event honoring Dr. Vanessa Young (Phylicia Rashad). Ian’s antics threaten to ruin the night, pushing Lena (Alana De La Garza) into the arms of another man, and putting Young’s daughter Abby (guest star Jurnee Smollett) in mortal danger. But Jason stays true to his word, and Olivia later greets Ian in a hotel room… with a dangerous ulterior motive. READ MORE...

Do No Harm (NBC) Episode 3 - Morning, Sunshine

Do No Harm "Morning, Sunshine" episode 3 airs Saturday, June 29 2013 on NBC (10-11 p.m. ET) Episode Synopsis: Do No Harm Episode "Morning, Sunshine"- After five years of being imprisoned by a blackout drug, Ian Price (Steven Pasquale) is finally free. But that freedom comes with a strict set of rules imposed by Dr. Jason Cole (also Steven Pasquale). When Ian breaks the ultimate rule – "do no harm" – Jason scrambles to save the life of a man Ian attacked in a bar brawl. Meanwhile, Jason also attempts to repair his rocky relationship with Dr. Lena Solis (Alana De La Garza), and Ian’s stalking sets Jason’s former fiancée – and love of Ian’s life – Olivia (Ruta Gedmintas) on edge. READ MORE...

Dead Shows Airing!

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‘Do No Harm’ and ‘Zero Hour’ to Finish Out Their Seasons on Saturdays This Summer

NBC’s Do No Harm and ABC’s Zero Hour were yanked from the airwaves due to low ratings earlier this season, but both series will be back to finish out their runs this summer. Do No Harm, which starred Steven Pasquale as a modern day Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, will return to NBC’s lineup Saturday, June 29th at 10/9c, as reported by The Futon Critic. Meanwhile, The Futon Critic also revealed that ABC’s Da Vinci Code-style conspiracy theory drama Zero Hour will resurface Saturday, June 15th at 8/7c leading up to a two-hour finale on August 3rd. READ MORE...

'Do No Harm' canceled by NBC after two episodes

NBC has pulled its freshman drama "Do No Harm" off the air after just two dismally rated episodes.The network will replace it with repeats of "Law & Order: SVU" for the next couple of weeks, and they could scarcely do worse than "Do No Harm." The show, a Jekyll-and-Hyde story starring Steven Pasquale, premiered to just 3.1 million viewers and a 0.9 rating among adults 18-49 a week ago. That was the smallest debut ever for an in-season scripted show on one of the big four networks.Thursday's (Feb. 7) fell further, drawing only 2.2 million people and a 0.7 in the 18-49 demographic. Only The CW's "Beauty and the Beast" drew a smaller audience Thursday night on the broadcast networks. "Do No Harm" finished 10th in adults 18-49 in its timeslot, behind ABC and CBS but also "Suits" on USA, "Archer" on FX and "Impractical Jokers" on TruTV, among others."Do No Harm" is the second... //

Do No Harm (NBC) Episode 2 “Don’t Answer the Phone”

Do No Harm  "Don’t Answer the Phone" episode 2 airs Thursday, Feb 7 on NBC (10-11 p.m. ET) Episode Synopsis:  Jason (Steven Pasquale), furious over Ian’s (also Steven Pasquale) out of control spending, cuts off his cash flow… only to wake up at the wheel of a "borrowed" sports car with a trunk full of money and an angry drug dealer in his rearview mirror . Meanwhile, Jason and Lena (Alana de la Garza) have a falling out over Jason’s questionable conduct, which prompts Ian to make a dangerous after-hours visit to Lena. Dr. Kenneth Jordan (Michael Esper) is also growing suspicious of Jason’s odd behavior, and demands answers from Jason’s confidante, Dr. Ruben Marcado (Lin-Manuel Miranda). And Olivia (Ruta Gedmintas) fears her son’s new imaginary friend is not so imaginary after all. READ MORE...

'Do No Harm' Premiere: Modern-Day Jekyll And Hyde

NBC premiered the latest television take on the classic tale of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. In this case it's the strange case of Dr. Jason Cole and his alter ego, Ian. Steven Pasquale takes on the dual role of a renowned neurosurgeon by day and a crazed psychopath by night. When the series picks up, Jason had managed to keep Ian subdued by knocking himself out for twelve hours every night. His alter ego normally takes over between 8:25 p.m. and 8:25 a.m. The problem is that Ian has built up an immunity to the serum, and so he starts breaking free. Read More... //

'Do No Harm': Modern-day Jekyll & Hyde hits Philadelphia

One of the more telling behind-the-scenes aspects about the NBC drama "Do No Harm," which premieres Thursday, Jan. 31, is that star Steven Pasquale has two start times for work.One is for Jason Cole, a respected neurosurgeon; the other is for Ian Price, a violent psycho.Dr. Cole rules from 8:25 a.m. until 8:25 p.m.; Price controls the body they both occupy at night. And to help make sure he's in the right frame of mind, Pasquale has a separate chair for each character.Yes, another split-personality show, and the logical comparison for this one is Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde."At 8:25 he becomes a different guy," Pasquale tells Zap2it. "They sound the same and walk the same. From a performance standpoint, I didn't want to make them so violently different. Ian is a drug addict, a sex-addict sociopath, a sexual predator."The character has dealt with dissociative identity disorder for as long as he can remember, Pasquale... //

'Do No Harm' pilot: Watch Steven Pasquale in NBC's new show now

NBC's new series "Do No Harm," inspired by "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde," doesn't premiere on TV until Thursday, January 31 at 10 p.m. EST, but you can watch the whole first episode here on Zap2it right now. In the show, Steven Pasquale plays neurosurgeon Dr. Jason Cole -- by day. Every night, at 8:25 p.m., Jason transforms into his devious alternate personality, Ian Price. For most of his adult life, Jason has been able to keep Ian at bay by taking a daily drug cocktail, but he's grown tolerant of it, and now he finds himself forced to let Ian roam every night for twelve hours. At 8:25 a.m., Ian promptly turns back into Jason.Those 12 hours, though, are plenty of time for Ian to do his best to ruin Jason's life -- professionally and personally. Of course, Ian has to exercise a bit of restraint, because he and Jason share the same body.... //