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Damage Assessment: NBC’s First-to-Fourth Free Fall

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.

NBC Cancels ‘Do No Harm’

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

From ‘Awake’ to ‘Do No Harm’: A Brief Ratings History of Failed Double-Life Dramas

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

Shortest Reviews Ever, Vol. 2: ‘Do No Harm’

This is already too much ink.

‘Do No Harm’ Producer on Pilot Tweaks and Being NBC’s Latest Split-Personality Show

"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.

NBC Slots ‘Do No Harm’ on Thursdays, Moves ‘Rock Center’ to Fridays

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

‘Do No Harm’: ‘Freaks and Geeks’ Alum Returning for Recurring Role

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

First Look: Watch Trailers for All of NBC’s New Shows

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

NBC Renews ‘Parenthood,’ ’30 Rock’; Gives Series Order to ‘Do No Harm,’ ‘Infamous’

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.