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  1. Damage Assessment: NBC's First-to-Fourth Free Fall

    5:00 am 2/13/2013

    A historic flop in "Do No Harm," chaos on "Up All Night" and a schedule full of holes have insiders (and Brian Williams) grumbling about how to right the ship.Read more

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  2. NBC Cancels 'Do No Harm'

    1:55 pm 2/1/2013

    UPDATED: After sleepwalking out of the gate, the network's low-rated drama starring Steven Pasquale gets taken off the schedule. Read more

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  3. From 'Awake' to 'Do No Harm': A Brief Ratings History of Failed Double-Life Dramas

    10:07 am 2/1/2013

    Joining the ranks of "Lone Star" and "Ringer," the NBC series is just another example of viewers overwhelmingly rejecting the popular premise. Read more

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  4. Shortest Reviews Ever, Vol. 2: 'Do No Harm'

    5:11 pm 1/31/2013

    This is already too much ink.Read more

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  5. 'Do No Harm' Producer on Pilot Tweaks and Being NBC's Latest Split-Personality Show

    4:02 pm 1/6/2013

    "What we decided was we didn't want to do the classic thing where one guy was clearly a monster," said series star Steven Pasquale during the winter TCA panel.Read more

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  6. NBC Slots 'Do No Harm' on Thursdays, Moves 'Rock Center' to Fridays

    10:15 am 11/30/2012

    "Do No Harm" will launch in January following the one-hour series finale of Tina Fey's "30 Rock."Read more

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  7. 'Do No Harm': 'Freaks and Geeks' Alum Returning for Recurring Role

    12:47 pm 8/17/2012

    Samm Levine will reprise his role as Josh, an administrative assistant to Steven Pasquale's Jason Cole.Read more

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  8. First Look: Watch Trailers for All of NBC's New Shows

    12:10 pm 5/13/2012

    The network picked up four dramas, including one from J.J. Abrams, and seven comedies with one hailing from "Glee's" Ryan Murphy.Read more

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  9. NBC Renews 'Parenthood,' '30 Rock'; Gives Series Order to 'Do No Harm,' 'Infamous'

    1:39 pm 5/10/2012

    UPDATED: The Jason Katims drama will return for a fourth season, while Tina Fey's comedy will end its run with a 13-episode final season. Tthe network also continues to add to its drama pickups. Read more

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