Do No Harm

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  • TV-14
  • 2013
  • 1 Season
  • 6.9  (3,184)

Do No Harm is a television series that follows mild-mannered neurosurgeon, Dr. Jason Cole, and the battle with his alter personality, an egotistical bad boy known as Ian Price. Dr. Cole is hard-working, kind, and has used medication to keep Ian Price at bay for five years. Enraged that Dr. Cole has suppressed him for so long, when Ian becomes immune he sets his sights on revenge. Ian shows up every night and for twelve hours attempts to derail and destroy Cole's life. When Cole awakes in the morning he has no recollection of the night's events. Consequently, all of Ian's decisions unravel to an oblivious Dr. Cole. NBC airs the medical drama in which both Dr. Jason Cole and Ian Price are played by Steven Pasquale, best known for his role in FX Network's television series Rescue Me. Joining him is 'Law and Order' actress Alana De La Garza, playing Dr. Lena Solis, and veteran star of The Cosbys Phylicia Rashad as supervisor Dr. Vanessa Young. English actress Ruta Gedmintas plays Olivia Flynn, Cole/Price's ex. Rounding out the eclectic cast is Samm Levine, former star from cult hit Freaks and Geeks, as Josh Stern. David Schulner is the creator of Do No Harm and an executive producer. Although Schulner is known for contributing to Emmy-winning Desperate Housewives, his popularity away from the mainstream involves comics presented at Comic Con. Schulner states that his inspiration comes from many places, including literary classic The Strange Tale of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Schulner decided to explore the struggle of Price and Cole through high concept visuals. Also contributing as executive producers are Rachel Kaplan and Michael Mayer. NBC ordered a 13 episode first season of Do No Harm in May of 2012. The premiere January 31st, 2013 is produced by NBC Productions, Universal Television and Traugott Company.

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This Is How It Ends
13. This Is How It Ends
September 7, 2013
Jason is about to undergo brain surgery to eliminate Ian for good, however due to the blackout drug he has taken for years, Jason is immune to the normal anesthetic.
You Made Me Do This
12. You Made Me Do This
August 31, 2013
Jason and Ruben's plan works perfectly after Jason collapses in front of Dr. Young, and an MRI reveals Jason has a brain tumor. The "tumor" surgery will act as a cover for Ruben's implant to destroy Ian once and for all, but will Lena intervene?
But I'm Allergic to Cats
11. But I'm Allergic to Cats
August 31, 2013
In a desperate attempt to keep "his" son from Jason, Ian kidnaps him and hides him from both Jason and Olivia. Meanwhile, Ruben closes in on the kill drug, but is faced with a dilemma.
Mine
10. Mine
August 24, 2013
Jason desperately wants a relationship with his son, but Olivia believes it would be too dangerous and painful. In a flashback, learn how Jason once saved Olivia from Ian and from herself.
Circadian Rhythms
9. Circadian Rhythms
August 17, 2013
An operation on Jordan's son is complicated by Jason's ingesting of the unfinished kill drug, which makes Ian's appearances more random than usual.
The Cookie Jar
8. The Cookie Jar
August 10, 2013
When complications during surgery force it to continue after 8:25pm, Jason takes a chance on Ruben's still-unfinished kill drug to hold Ian off long enough to finish the surgery.
Six Feet Deep
7. Six Feet Deep
August 3, 2013
Ruben plots to "mug" Ian so that he can get a sample of his spinal fluid -- a necessary element for his pending kill drug, but things don't go as planned.
I Can't Keep Your Secret
6. I Can't Keep Your Secret
July 27, 2013
Jason receives a text message from an unidentified source, threatening to reveal his secret. Olivia, on the run from Ian, takes Cole to a place overrun with memories of an earlier life with his father.
A Stand-In
5. A Stand-In
July 20, 2013
Ian falls in love with a woman in D.I.D. therapy, but when Jason suspects she has a life-threatening condition, her cure may prove to be devastating to Ian.
Me Likey
4. Me Likey
July 6, 2013
Ian becomes infatuated with a woman in D.I.D. therapy, but when Jason suspects she has a life-threatening condition, he races to cure her -a cure that may mean she no longer loves Ian.
Morning, Sunshine
3. Morning, Sunshine
June 29, 2013
Jason is willing to grant Ian his wish, but it comes with a catch.
Don't Answer The Phone
2. Don't Answer The Phone
February 7, 2013
Jason's plan to stop Ian's out-of-control spending backfires. Meanwhile, Jason and Lena clash over his behavior, and Jason takes a risk by visiting her after hours.
I Haven't Told You Everything
1. I Haven't Told You Everything
January 31, 2013
Dr. Jason Cole is a brilliant surgeon by day, but at night his sinister alter ego comes out to play.
Jason Talks To Dr. Young About A Risky Procedure
Jason Talks To Dr. Young About A Risky Procedure

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Jason Has A Reaction
Jason Has A Reaction

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Do No Harm
Do No Harm

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Do No Harm is a television series that follows mild-mannered neurosurgeon, Dr. Jason Cole, and the battle with his alter personality, an egotistical bad boy known as Ian Price. Dr. Cole is hard-working, kind, and has used medication to keep Ian Price at bay for five years.

Enraged that Dr. Cole has suppressed him for so long, when Ian becomes immune he sets his sights on revenge. Ian shows up every night and for twelve hours attempts to derail and destroy Cole's life. When Cole awakes in the morning he has no recollection of the night's events. Consequently, all of Ian's decisions unravel to an oblivious Dr. Cole.

NBC airs the medical drama in which both Dr. Jason Cole and Ian Price are played by Steven Pasquale, best known for his role in FX Network's television series Rescue Me. Joining him is 'Law and Order' actress Alana De La Garza, playing Dr. Lena Solis, and veteran star of The Cosbys Phylicia Rashad as supervisor Dr. Vanessa Young. English actress Ruta Gedmintas plays Olivia Flynn, Cole/Price's ex. Rounding out the eclectic cast is Samm Levine, former star from cult hit Freaks and Geeks, as Josh Stern.

David Schulner is the creator of Do No Harm and an executive producer. Although Schulner is known for contributing to Emmy-winning Desperate Housewives, his popularity away from the mainstream involves comics presented at Comic Con. Schulner states that his inspiration comes from many places, including literary classic The Strange Tale of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Schulner decided to explore the struggle of Price and Cole through high concept visuals. Also contributing as executive producers are Rachel Kaplan and Michael Mayer.

NBC ordered a 13 episode first season of Do No Harm in May of 2012. The premiere January 31st, 2013 is produced by NBC Productions, Universal Television and Traugott Company.

Do No Harm is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (13 episodes). The series first aired on January 31, 2013.

Where to Watch Do No Harm

Do No Harm is available for streaming on the NBC website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Do No Harm on demand at Vudu, Google Play and Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    January 31, 2013
  • IMDB Rating
    6.9  (3,184)