‘Do No Harm’ Pulled From NBC Schedule After 2 Episodes

Steven Pasquale split-personality drama's debut was lowest rated for an in-season scripted premiere in the history of the four networks

NBC's new drama "Do No Harm" has been pulled from the network's schedule after two episodes, the network said Friday.

The series got off to a very poor start in the ratings with its Jan. 31 premiere, drawing a 0.9 rating/3 share in the key 18-49 demo — the lowest rating for an in-season scripted premiere in the history of the four networks. The show dropped another 22 percent to a 0.7/2 with its second episode Thursday.

The network will run repeats of "Law & Order: SVU" in its Thursdays at 10 p.m. timeslot for the next two weeks.

The "Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde"-themed series starred "Rescue Me" alum Steven Pasquale as Dr. Jason Cole, a neurosurgeon with an evil alternate personality that emerges every night at 8:25 p.m. and stays around exactly 12 hours. Which, interestingly, is not that much shorter than the series lasted.