Saturday TV Show Ratings: Do No Harm Series Finale, NASCAR, College Football

Do No Harm series finale on NBCSaturday, September 7, 2013 ratingsFinales: Do No Harm. Sports: NASCAR Racing and College Football. Reruns: NCIS: Los Angeles, American Ninja Warrior, and 48 Hours.

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  1. Andrew Suffice says

    This show is a masterpiece! I hope the network executives at least acknowledge that it was an exceptionally well written, well performed television series. The ending was absolutely haunting in a good way. What a marvelous twist! I do however feel very little closure about the ending. It’s almost jarring and even worse to think it may be all she wrote. I think that a second season could bring about the proper resolution that the audience needs for a conclusion. For example is the character Dr. Ruben Marcado dead? Is Ian Price going to even out his behavior with Jason’s and settle down with Dr. Vanessa Young or his previous wife and child? These are the things I need to know people.

    • Anonymous says

      I agree! I thought it was marvellous… though on occasion I felt it skirted around a very serious issue with cliche. But then so did Dexter for much of the time – so I’d say that Do No Harm was on a par. How sad that Jason is gone for ever, we were encouraged to root for him. I don’t think anyone who took part in the show has anything to be ashamed of. it was a work of art.

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