News

Another Preview of Do No Harm and More Details on James Cromwell's Role

With its January 31st premiere date looming, NBC's "Do No Harm" has released another new promo video, and to go along with it, we have additional info on the character James Cromwell ("American Horror Story: Asylum") will be portraying on the show.

TVLine learned from executive producer David Schulner that Cromwell will appear in at least three episodes as “Jason’s mentor, who may or may not have his best interests at heart."

Synopsis:

In “Do No Harm,” Dr. Jason Cole (Steven Pasquale, "Rescue Me") is a highly respected neurosurgeon who has it all – a lucrative career, confident charm, the gift of compassion. But he also has a deep, dark secret. One morning when he wakes up disoriented in a wrecked hotel room amidst several near-naked women he's never seen before, he knows one thing: It's happening again. Every night at the same hour, something inside Jason changes, leaving him almost unrecognizable – seductive,
See full article at Dread Central »

2013 Midseason Pilot Preview

Deception

When and Where: Mondays at 10 on NBC, beginning January 7th

What’s the deal: The mysterious death of a childhood friend, who also happens to be a modern-day wealthy socialite, causes Detective Joanna Locasto, played by Californication’s Meagan Good (Think Like a Man, Saw V) to go back undercover as a guest of the family she grew up with, as a servant’s daughter, to find out the truth. The cast for this includes AliasVictor Garber, The O.C. and DamagesTate Donovan, and Breakout KingsLaz Alonso. This series replaces the apocalyptic drama Revolution on NBC’s schedule during the latter’s extended hiatus and is created by Liz Heldens, who wrote for Friday Night Lights as well as the Us version of Prime Suspect.

1600 Penn

When and Where: Thursdays at 9:30 on NBC, beginning January 10th

What’s the deal: This traditional sitcom follows a dysfunctional family,
See full article at SoundOnSight »

'Do No Harm' creator: 'Don't tax yourselves too much - have fun'

NBC's new drama "Do No Harm" focuses on a neurosurgeon (Steven Pasquale) who has a Jeykll-and-Hyde personality brought on by a (fictitious) condition similar to dissociative identity disorder.

But the show's creator, David Schulner, would prefer you focus more on the Jekyll-and-Hyde part and less on the medical condition.

"I think you go along for the ride," Schulner ("The Event," "Kings") said Sunday (Jan. 6) at the TCA winter press tour. "Don't tax yourselves too much -- tune in, have fun. It's a high-concept premise, but it's a very grounded world. That's what we're going for."

Pasquale's good-guy character, Dr. Jason Cole, is an excellent surgeon who has controlled his alter ego with drugs in the past. The drugs have stopped working, however, and the dark side, who goes by the name Ian Price, shows up every night at 8:25.

When Ian does take over, though, you won't see much physical change.
See full article at Zap2It - From Inside the Box »

Do No Harm Offers a Modern Twist on Jekyll and Hyde

Steven Pasquale will be pulling double duty this winter on NBC's Do No Harm.

Pasquale plays Dr. Jason Cole, a highly respected neurosurgeon tormented by his dark side. In this case, his dark side is his alternate personality Ian Price, a devious and wild sociopath hell-bent on destroying the lives of others. Yes, it's the story of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, but with its modern-day setting, it's more like "House meets Dexter," executive producer David Schulner told reporters Sunday at NBC's winter TV previews.

Read More >
See full article at TVGuide - Breaking News »

Midseason TV Shows: The Best And Worst

By Carson Blackwelder

Television Contributor

***

After an interesting — though lackluster overall — fall season of new broadcast TV, networks are set to unleash their midseason series.

What’s worth watching in that new crop of comedies and dramas? The sad truth: not much.

Luckily, I’m here to talk you through the best and the worst series that are poised to appear on your tube in the coming months — your DVR can only hold so much. Here’s your guide to what you should check out and those shows you should ignore:

Most Promising

1. The CW’s The Carrie Diaries (Premiere: Jan. 14 at 8 p.m. Est/5 p.m. Pst)

HBO’s hit series Sex and the City may have ended in 2004, but fashion and big dreams are still in vogue in The Carrie Diaries. Doe-eyed AnnaSophia Robb portrays the high school version of Carrie Bradshaw, the role that secured Sarah Jessica Parker
See full article at Scott Feinberg »

'He Becomes Me' in New Promo for NBC's Do No Harm

With NBC set to premiere the new series "Do No Harm" in just a little over a month, the network has released another promo, this one entitled "He Becomes Me," in which the show's star, Steven Pasquale, describes how his alter-ego Ian Price takes over in true Jekyll and Hyde fashion. Check it out!

Synopsis:

In “Do No Harm,” Dr. Jason Cole (Steven Pasquale, "Rescue Me") is a highly respected neurosurgeon who has it all – a lucrative career, confident charm, the gift of compassion. But he also has a deep, dark secret. One morning when he wakes up disoriented in a wrecked hotel room amidst several near-naked women he's never seen before, he knows one thing: It's happening again. Every night at the same hour, something inside Jason changes, leaving him almost unrecognizable – seductive, devious, borderline sociopathic.

This new man is his dangerous alternate personality who goes by the name of “Ian Price.
See full article at Dread Central »

A Second Promo Checks In for NBC's Do No Harm

NBC's Jekyll and Hyde themed new series "Do No Harm" arrives on January 31st, and we have a look at the second promo for the show released by the network.

Synopsis:

In “Do No Harm,” Dr. Jason Cole (Steven Pasquale, "Rescue Me") is a highly respected neurosurgeon who has it all – a lucrative career, confident charm, the gift of compassion. But he also has a deep, dark secret. One morning when he wakes up disoriented in a wrecked hotel room amidst several near-naked women he's never seen before, he knows one thing: It's happening again. Every night at the same hour, something inside Jason changes, leaving him almost unrecognizable – seductive, devious, borderline sociopathic.

This new man is his dangerous alternate personality who goes by the name of “Ian Price.” For years he's battled Ian, keeping him in check with a powerful experimental sedative. But now his – their – body has developed a resistance to the serum,
See full article at Dread Central »

'American Horror Story' star James Cromwell joins NBC's 'Do No Harm'

'American Horror Story' star James Cromwell joins NBC's 'Do No Harm'
James Cromwell is to appear on NBC's new drama Do No Harm. The Jekyll & Hyde update stars Steven Pasquale as Jason Cole, a doctor who transforms into the monstrous Ian Price each night. American Horror Story star Cromwell will play a renowned surgeon on the 2013 series, TV Guide reports. The 72-year-old actor is best known for his roles in such films as 1995's Babe and 1997's La Confidential but currently stars in FX series American Horror Story (more)
See full article at Digital Spy - Movie News »

James Cromwell Moving from American Horror Story: Asylum to Do No Harm

James Cromwell has been utterly despicable in "American Horror Story: Asylum," and we love him for it. Now that he's signed on as a guest star in NBC's upcoming "Do No Harm," we have to wonder if he'll be turning back into the nice guy we usually see him portray.

TV Guide reports that Cromwell's character - a "renowned," but as yet unnamed, surgeon - will join Steven Pasquale's mysteriously afflicted brain doc Jason Cole (who turns into the Mr. Hyde-like Ian Price at the stroke of 9 each night) for an unspecified number of episodes.

Synopsis:

In “Do No Harm,” Dr. Jason Cole (Steven Pasquale, "Rescue Me") is a highly respected neurosurgeon who has it all – a lucrative career, confident charm, the gift of compassion. But he also has a deep, dark secret. One morning when he wakes up disoriented in a wrecked hotel room amidst several near-naked women he's never seen before,
See full article at Dread Central »

New Promo for NBC's Premiere of Do No Harm

With its January 31st premiere date looming closer, the first promo video for "Do No Harm" has popped up on NBC, and of course we have it right here for you to check our. We're already fans of the show's lead, Steven Pasquale, from his "Rescue Me" days, so we'll be watching next month. What about you?

Synopsis:

In “Do No Harm,” Dr. Jason Cole (Steven Pasquale, "Rescue Me") is a highly respected neurosurgeon who has it all – a lucrative career, confident charm, the gift of compassion. But he also has a deep, dark secret. One morning when he wakes up disoriented in a wrecked hotel room amidst several near-naked women he's never seen before, he knows one thing: It's happening again. Every night at the same hour, something inside Jason changes, leaving him almost unrecognizable – seductive, devious, borderline sociopathic.

This new man is his dangerous alternate personality who goes
See full article at Dread Central »

NBC-tv series 'Do No Harm' casting background talent in Philadelphia - Los Angeles Acting Auditions | Examiner.com

The new NBC Universal Television American drama series "Do No Harm" is currently in production in Philadelphia, Pa through January 21, 2013. The casting director in New York is auditioning actors for guest starring and day player roles, and the extras casting director in Philadelphia is seeking new background performers to appear on the show. They need All types over the age of 18, and also need extras who are willing to use their vehicle in scenes being filmed. Starring in "Do No Harm" is Steven Pasquale in the starring role of Dr. Jason Cole/Ian Price. Pasquale is a polished theatre actor and starred in the Broadway play "reasons to be pretty". He is also well known for his role of Sean Garrity in the series "Rescue Me". Alana De La Garza plays the role of neurosurgeon Dr. Lena Solis. Phylicia Rashad portrays Dr. Vanessa Young. Michael Esper, another Broadway veteran plays Dr.
See full article at LA Acting Auditions »

Violence On TV: Can It Bridge The Cable-Broadcast Divide?

By Carson Blackwelder

Television Contributor

***

Some of the most popular shows on TV are obsessed with violence — but the catch is that almost all of these shows are on cable rather than broadcast television.

This fall, AMC’s The Walking Dead dominated the ratings, besting even ABC’s Modern Family and NBC’s The Voice by becoming TV’s highest-rated scripted program in the key adult demo.

The Walking Dead doesn’t hide the fact that it’s one of the most gruesome series on TV, and cable is full of similar programs providing scares, thrills and reasons to cover your eyes on a weekly basis. HBO’s Game of Thrones, AMC’s Breaking Bad and FX’s American Horror Story: Asylum are just some recent examples.

Although cable is capable of pulling off such gore, the question remains, can the trend successfully transfer over to broadcast (ABC, CBS, Fox,
See full article at Scott Feinberg »

NBC Announces Premiere Date for Do No Harm and Return Date for Grimm

One midseason replacement TV show we've been keeping an eye on, "Do No Harm," finally has a premiere date, and when making the announcement, NBC also included news on when "Grimm" will be returning in 2013.

From the Press Release:

NBC will premiere the new drama “Do No Harm” on Thursday, January 31, 2013 (10-11 p.m. Et), following the hour-long series finale of the Emmy Award-winning “30 Rock” (8-9 p.m. Et) earlier that same night.

The announcements were made today by Robert Greenblatt, Chairman, NBC Entertainment.

“January 31 will be a special night as one classic series will mark its finale with a great hour-long sendoff episode while a promising new drama will make its debut on Thursdays,” said Greenblatt. “‘30 Rock’ is acclaimed as a legendary comedy, and we will see a truly memorable and fitting last episode. In ‘Do No Harm,’ viewers will have a unique new dramatic storyline with an exciting
See full article at Dread Central »

NBC Schedules 'Do No Harm' Premiere & The '30 Rock' Finale

NBC Schedules 'Do No Harm' Premiere & The '30 Rock' Finale
"Do No Harm" is heading to NBC Thursdays. The new medical drama starring Steven Pasquale will premiere on Thursday, January 31 at 10 p.m. Est, the same day "30 Rock" ends its run. "Rock Center" moves to Fridays at 10 p.m. Est.

“January 31 will be a special night as one classic series will mark its finale with a great hour-long sendoff episode while a promising new drama will make its debut on Thursdays,” Robert Greenblatt, head of NBC Entertainment, said in a statement. "'30 Rock' is acclaimed as a legendary comedy and we will see a truly memorable and fitting last episode. In ‘Do No Harm,’ viewers will have a unique new dramatic storyline with an exciting new star in Steven Pasquale that takes them into dark and uncharted territory.”

"Do No Harm" follows Dr. Jason Cole, a neurosurgeon with a dark secret: an alternate personality known as Ian Price. Think Dr.
See full article at Huffington Post »

NBC Announces Do No Harm Premiere Date, Grimm Return Date

  • TVfanatic
NBC has announced the premiere date for Do No Harm, a Dr. Jekyll/Mr.Hyde-type drama that will take over for Rock Center with Brian Williams in the Thursday-at-10 p.m. time slot.

The Steven Pasquale-anchored drama will debut on January 31.

It centers on Dr. Jason Cole, a neurosurgeon by day and a borderline sociopath by night who goes by the moniker "Ian Price."

Rock Center, meanwhile, will shift to Fridays at 10 p.m. beginning February... which means Grimm - which aired its fall finale on November 16 - will return on March 8.
See full article at TVfanatic »

New Artwork for NBC's Hannibal and Do No Harm

Both "Hannibal" and "Do No Harm" will be premiering midseason on NBC, and the network has unveiled some new artwork for both. Check it out, and look for more on these two highly anticipated series soon!

"Hannibal" Synopsis:

One of the most fascinating literary characters comes to life on television for the first time: psychiatrist-turned-serial killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter. In this new drama from Bryan Fuller ("Pushing Daisies," "Heroes") based on the characters from Thomas Harris' classic novels, we see where this incredible story began.

Will Graham is a gifted criminal profiler who is on the hunt for a serial killer with the FBI. Graham's unique way of thinking gives him the astonishing ability to empathize with anyone - even psychopaths. He seems to know what makes them tick. But when the mind of the twisted killer he's pursuing is too complicated for even Will to comprehend, he enlists the help of Dr.
See full article at Dread Central »

Mousa Kraish Exits NBC’s ‘Do No Harm’

Exclusive: Mousa Kraish, regular on the Jekyll & Hyde-style NBC medical drama Do No Harm, has been let go from the midseason series after two episodes. Do No Harm, written by David Schulner, centers on Jeffrey Kohn (Steven Pasquale), a brilliant neurosurgeon wrestling with his dangerous alter-ego Ian Price who threatens to wreak havoc on his personal and professional life. Kraish played the attending clinical pharmacologist, a man of science and religion who has a sharp wit and sharper mind. His role will be recast. The series is just starting production on Episode 3.
See full article at Deadline TV »

San Diego Comic-Con 2012: Updates on Mockingbird Lane, Hannibal, and Do No Harm

We previously posted a few highlights of Bryan Fuller's panel at Comic-Con relating to "Mockingbird Lane", and now NBC has provided a pair of videos regarding both that show and "Hannibal" as well as a quick video update from "Do No Harm" co-executive producer David Schulner.

Written by Bryan Fuller and directed by Bryan Singer, "Mockingbird Lane" is described as a reinvention of the 1960s sitcom about "The Munsters", a family of “monsters” — vampires, werewolves and Frankenstein — and their “plain” cousin that will feature striking visuals in the vein of Fuller’s ABC dramedy "Pushing Daisies". The series stars Portia DeRossi and Jerry O’Connell as Lily and Herman Munster, Eddie Izzard as Grandpa, Mason Cook as Eddie, and Charity Wakefield as Marilyn.

"Hannibal" Synopsis:

One of the most fascinating literary characters comes to life on television for the first time: psychiatrist-turned-serial-killer, Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen). In this
See full article at Dread Central »

Three Lead Characters Leave 'Body Of Proof'

Three Lead Characters Leave 'Body Of Proof'
Big changes are afoot at ABC's "Body of Proof" for Season 3.

TVLine was the first to report thatJohn Carroll Lynch is leaving the ABC medical drama to join "Do No Harm."

Lynch, who played homicide detective Bud Morris in the first two seasons of "Body of Proof," guest starred in the pilot for the NBC crime drama. In "Do No Harm," he had a brief scene as the Na sponsor of protagonist Dr. Jason Cole -- and his alter ego Ian Price -- played by "Rescue Me's" Steven Pasquale.

But Lynch is not the only one moving on from "Body of Proof." According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nicholas Bishop, who played medico-legal investigator Peter Dunlop on the series' first two season, is also leaving "Body of Proof" behind.

TVLine later reported that Sonja Sohn also won’t be returning for "Body of Proof" Season 3. Sohn, who has also been
See full article at Huffington Post »

Three Lead Characters Leave 'Body Of Proof'

  • Aol TV.
Three Lead Characters Leave 'Body Of Proof'
Big changes are afoot at ABC's "Body of Proof" for Season 3.

TVLine was the first to report thatJohn Carroll Lynch is leaving the ABC medical drama to join "Do No Harm."

Lynch, who played homicide detective Bud Morris in the first two seasons of "Body of Proof," guest starred in the pilot for the NBC crime drama. In "Do No Harm," he had a brief scene as the Na sponsor of protagonist Dr. Jason Cole -- and his alter ego Ian Price -- played by "Rescue Me's" Steven Pasquale.

But Lynch is not the only one moving on from "Body of Proof." According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nicholas Bishop, who played medico-legal investigator Peter Dunlop on the series' first two season, is also leaving "Body of Proof" behind.

TVLine later reported that Sonja Sohn also won't be returning for "Body of Proof" Season 3. Sohn, who has also been with
See full article at Aol TV. »
An error has occured. Please try again.

See also

Credited With | External Sites