Fans of canceled series Do No Harm, Zero Hour and 666 Park Avenue will be able to get some closure. The shows’ final episodes will air on Saturdays beginning in June, The Futon Critic reports.
Zero Hour will return with back-to-back episodes on June 15 at 8/7c on ABC. It will air new episodes each week, leading up to a two-hour finale on Aug. 3.
NBC’s Do No Harm will return on June 29 at 10/9c.
TV Line previously reported that ABC will also air the final episodes of 666 Park Avenue on Saturdays this summer, though a return date has not been confirmed.
NBC has permanently suppressed Dr. Cole’s evil alter ego.
The network on Friday afternoon pulled the plug on its Jekyll-and-Hyde-esque medical thriller Do No Harm after just two anemically rated episodes.
The freshman drama’s Jan. 31 debut garnered 3.1 million total viewers and a 0.9 demo rating, making it the lowest-rated, in-season debut of any scripted Big 4 series ever. This week’s second installment fared worse, dropping to just over 2 million viewers and a 0.7 demo rating.
Do No Harm wrapped production on its initial 13-episode order last month; it’s unclear if the 11 remaining episodes will see the light of day.
Encores of Law & Order: SVU will fill the Thursday-at-10 void through Feb. 21. It’s possible that Bryan Fuller’s anticipated Hannibal will take over the time slot in the spring.
Made in Jersey‘s Toni Trucks is joining NBC’s upcoming Do No Harm on a recurring basis, TVLine has learned exclusively.
The actress, who played receptionist Cyndi Vega on the cancelled CBS legal drama, appeared in Do No Harm‘s pilot but couldn’t continue with the show due to her Jersey schedule.
Now that Trucks is free again, she’ll appear as Dr. Patricia Rivers in at least three additional episodes of the Jekyll-and-Hyde-inspired medical drama – which stars Steven Pasquale (Rescue Me) as a neurosurgeon with an alter ego who may not have the doc’s best interest at heart.
Trucks’ other TV credits include House, Veronica Mars and CSI: NY. She also played American Nomad vampire Mary in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 2.
Do No Harm bows Thursday, Jan. 31 at 10/9c.
NBC has announced a premiere date of Jan. 31 for Do No Harm, its new Jekyll-and-Hyde-like medical drama, which will air Thursdays at 10/9c.
Do No Harm will thus launch on the same night as 30 Rock‘s hour-long series finale, which will run from 8 to 9 pm.
As a result of the new drama — which stars Steven Pasquale (Rescue Me) as a doctor with a very dark side he struggles to keep leashed — copping the Thursday spot, Rock Center With Brian Williams will relocate to Fridays at 10 pm starting Feb. 8, where it will lead out of a 9 o’clock Dateline.
As a result, NBC’s Grimm — which aired its fall finale on Nov. 16 — will now be on hiatus until March 8.
John Carroll Lynch’s run on Body of Proof is as dead as the vics that his Det. Bud Morris investigated.
Sources tell TVLine exclusively that the Dana Delany-led ABC crime drama, which Lynch has been with since the pilot, didn’t pick up his option for Season 3.
But when a medical examiner-drama door closes, a medical drama window opens. We hear that Lynch is joining NBC’s new procedural Do No Harm as a series regular. The actor had appeared in the pilot as a guest star.
Harm, which stars Rescue Me’s Steven Pasquale, Alana de la Garza (Law & Order), Phylicia Rashad and Mousa Kraish, centers on a neurosurgeon (Pasquale) whose dangerous alter-ego is poised to seriously mess with his life. Lynch plays the NA sponsor to Pasquale’s character
30 Rock: Renewed
Fashion Star: Renewed
Law & Order: SVU: Renewed
The Office: Renewed
Parks and Recreation: Renewed
Up All Night: Renewed
The Voice: Renewed
Are You There, Chelsea?: Canceled
Best Friends Forever: Canceled
Free Agents: Canceled
Harry’s Law: Canceled
Prime Suspect: Canceled
The Firm: Canceled
The Biggest Loser: TBD
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