Three of this TV season’s short-lived freshman shows will finish up their runs on Saturday nights, starting in June.
NBC’s Do No Harm, which had its plug pulled after two airings, will return on June 29, airing Saturdays at 10/9c, The Futon Critic reports.
NBC this spring relocated its ratings-challenged sophomore drama Smash from Tuesdays to Saturdays; that series will air its finale on a Sunday, May 29.
Also bound for a not-so-hot Saturday night date is ABC’s Zero Hour, another midseason entry that only lasted a few episodes before getting yanked from the schedule. Per The Futon Critic, it will return June 15, airing Saturdays at 8 pm, starting with one night of back-to-back episodes. The conspiracy drama will clock out with a two-hour finale on Aug. 3.
Like Zero Hour and Do No Harm, ABC’s 666 Park Avenue, as TVLine previously reported, is due to finish out its freshman season on Saturday nights, starting in late June — perhaps on June 22, leading out of Zero Hour (though ABC has yet to lock in a date/time slot).