'Do No Harm' Series Finale Will Air Saturday, September 7 on NBC

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August 16th, 2013

Do No Harm July 27

Though it only aired two episodes during the broadcast television season and has performed poorly in its Saturday night summer run, all thirteen filmed episodes of Do No Harm will air on NBC. The series finale, aptly titled "This Is The End" will air Saturday, September 7 at 10PM. NBC has released this description of the episode:

"Do No Harm" "THIS IS HOW IT ENDS"

09/07/2013 (10:00PM - 11:00PM) (Saturday) : Jason's (Steven Pasquale) brain surgery is about to begin, a neurotransmitter implant that will "cut out" Ian (also Steven Pasquale) for good, however due to the blackout drug he has taken for years, Jason is immune to the normal anesthetic. A much stronger drug is given to Jason and in the midst of his twilight sleep he flashes back to his childhood and the origin of Ian Price is finally revealed. Meanwhile, Jordan (Michael Esper) and Lena (Alana De La Garza) are on seperate tracks to uncover Jason's secrets all of which could prevent the surgery’s completion.

 

 
  • Connman

    What, no last minute renewal??? Damn!

  • TV Addict

    This is by far the most highly anticipated series finale of this century, hell, maybe even the millennium.

  • Azzman

    I happen to like the show–I wish more people did..Wish some cable network would take it..

  • MikeInCanada

    I also am enjoying this show. Too bad it never found an audience.

    At least we will see an ending!

  • GARebelman

    I actually like the show and glad NBC aired it instead of just cutting it off entirely.

  • Billiam

    I, too, like the show and grateful for all 13 episodes.

  • DuMont

    I, as well, enjoyed this show. It is a good companion series to last seasons ‘Awake’ for the way it explored dualities.

    It was also good to see Mr. Steven Pasquale carry a series so capably. I really liked his performances in ‘Rescue Me’ and hadn’t seen him on the tube since that cabler series wound up.

    And kudos to the Peacock for treating us to a broadcast of every single episode. Bravo NBC!

  • Anna Bones Clarkwood

    Def a PR Move, “Try our shows, even if we cancel them, we’ll air all that we filmed.”

    Good for them.

  • Samunto

    I’ve watched every episode and it’s very entertaining. Sometimes it doesn’t even make sense or is ridiculous.

    Steven Pasquale delivers a good job.

  • TVMAN

    What’s te point??? Just put it online.

  • j.

    Sad to see it end. This was a really good show.

  • JSunkist

    haven’t missed an episode, and will continue not to – terrific series just met a bad fate

  • RBR

    I have also been enjoying this series very much and wish it caught on to a wider audience. I am glad the NBC will run the whole series that was filmed and bring it to a conclusion, but I will be sorry to see it go. I agree, Bravo to Mr. Pasquale.

  • Dan

    I’m glad NBC aired All episodes and I know they will have less trouble in that slot with a full season of reliable Parenthood

  • Hope

    Man, I really did enjoy this show. NBC is so confused…they put things on, thay take it off quick. We need a newly created network called ACS network…(All Cancelled Shows network) Now that would be a fun network to watch.

  • Cerebro

    I, too, have found myself enjoying the series more and more as it’s progressed. I don’t blame NBC for cancelling it (the debut ratings were abysmal). But, after seeing how the story has unfolded, I do wish that it could have found an audience. Hopefully, the finale won’t end on a cliffhanger.

  • Sonia Serna

    I happen to love this show (Do No Harm)since it started I never missed an episode of it. Why do you all have to do this all the good show’s NBC have to cancelit. I sure hope you all reconsider not to take it off the show please.

  • Xaviersx

    Good show, sorry to see it get the slight treatment by the network. It probably should have been a limited run series anyway due to the nature of the story, and how dragging it out for too long would become a labor. Maybe the ‘big’ networks could look more towards a quality run of a short term miniseries with a good ending point if they can’t get the long scripted shows to last. It might help sales of the shows later that they don’t seem to be a dumped series.

  • Esmelda

    This is the best series out there. Characters so well developed and intriguing. So many twists and turns. Great acting. Great plot. Yes, it does get a little weird sometimes, but in a creepy fascinating way. Thanks to NBC for at least airing all of the episodes!

  • Markea

    I don’t understand why people didnt like the show, it’s a lot better than most of the shows there right now! *cough* honey bo bo *cough* thanks for airing all the eps though!

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