As it continues to piece together its fall broadcast schedule, NBC on Wednesday closed the books on one of its freshman dramas.
Do No Harm
Broadcasters this week squeezed out two of the final scripted series premieres of the 2012-13 campaign, and as has been the case throughout the season, the results were unspectacular.
A special premiere of CBS’ midseason cop show Golden Boy showed little luster Tuesday night, drawing 10.6 million viewers and an unremarkable 1.8 rating in the 18-49 demo.
With just two nights remaining in the period, CBS is on track to win its first February sweeps in 15 years.
Four weeks into its primary run, FX’s ‘80s spy drama The Americans is getting its visa renewed for another season.
ABC’s Thursday 8 p.m. time slot continues to be a dead spot in the network’s prime-time lineup, as the new drama series Zero Hour premiered to record low ratings.
After NBC enjoyed its strongest fall quarter in recent memory, the loss of Sunday Night Football and The Voice have erased the network’s early gains.
After two historically low-rated episodes, NBC has canceled its new drama series Do No Harm. A gloss on the Jekyll-and-Hyde psychodrama, Do No Harm starred Steven Pasquale as a surgeon at war with his darker nature.
CBS’ Thursday night comedy juggernaut The Big Bang Theory topped the 6.0 mark for the third time this season, running roughshod over its 8 p.m. competition.
NBC’s Broadway baby last night toppled off the stage and into the orchestra pit, as Smash delivered disconcertingly tiny ratings.