NBC has given a series order to two new shows: "Do No Harm," a "Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde"-inspired medical drama, and "Notorious," which will be renamed "Infamous," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
"Do No Harm" stars Steven Pasquale -- who recently appeared on NBC's freshman comedy "Up All Night" as Luke, Ava's boss Yvonne's right hand man -- as a brain surgeon who struggles to control his dangerous alter-ego.
Phylicia Rashad, of "Cosby Show" fame, is set to co-star in the drama. The series will be written by David Schulner, the writer of NBC's short-lived sci-fi thriller "The Event."
"Infamous" is set to star Laz Alonso and Meagan Good. The show has been described as an "opulent soap" in which Good's character, a detective, goes undercover to investigate her former best friend's murder. The twist? She's investigating the wealthy family whose home she was raised in (as the housekeeper's daughter).
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