‘Do No Harm’ Cancelled After Two Episodes

Steven Pasquale in "Do No Harm" (Matthais Clamer/NBC)

NBC has pulled the plug on the new midseason drama “Do No Harm” after just two airings.

The show has been yanked from the network’s schedule effective immediately. Repeats of “Law & Order: SVU” will air in its time slot on Thursdays at 10/9c for the next few weeks.

The Jekyll-and-Hyde-themed series starred Steven Pasquale in the dual role of a neurosurgeon with a split personality who has a nightly battle with his evil alter-ego.

Harmed by disastrously low ratings — 3.1 million viewers — for its debut last week, “Do No Harm” dipped even further in its second outing, drawing a meager 2.2 million viewers and a 0.7 rating in the key 18-49 demo Thursday night.

The Second Episode of “Do No Harm” Is Below:

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