Do No Harm Axed After 2 Episodes

As we predicted in our savage (but kinda fun to write) review , NBC has swiftly cancelled its dire new Jekyll meets E.R . series Do No Harm after just two disastrously low-rated episodes.

The show premiered on 31 January as the lowest rated new drama ever on any of the the States’ big four TV networks, with just 3.1 million. The second episode dropped to just over two million viewers. And then it flatlined as NBC decided not only to axe the show, but to pull the remaining 11 filmed episodes from the schedule, to be replaced by repeats of Law & Order: SVU .

If anyone dares to complain that NBC “didn’t give it a chance”, we will laugh. Long and heartily.