(USA TODAY) Do No Harmdid too much harm to NBC.

The network has yanked the series from its schedule after two episodes and a worst-ever ratings record.

Harm, starring Steven Pasquale (Rescue Me) as a surgeon with a Jekyll-and-Hyde-style split personality, premiered last Thursday with 3.1 million viewers, the lowest turnout on a major network for a new drama in the regular TV season. Thursday, its second episode sunk to 2.2 million.

Remaining episodes are unlikely to air anytime soon.

Instead, for the next two weeks, NBC will air repeats ofLaw & Order: SVUin the 10 p.m. ET/PT time period on Thursday. March will likely see further reshuffling as two other dramas,DeceptionandSmash, which returned this week, also have been rejected by viewers.

Among potential reinforcements are another new drama,Hannibal(about theSilence of the Lambscharacter) andReady for Love, a dating show produced by Eva Longoria that is currently not slated to air until March 31.

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