Two cancelled dramas will have second lives of sorts on the summer schedule.
ABC’s “Zero Hour” and NBC’s “Do No Harm” will both have burnoff Saturday slots.
“Zero Hour” only aired three episodes before getting dropped. Ten more episodes are in the can. It will return June 15 at 8 p.m. with two back-to-back episodes.
“Zero Hour” will then air in the 8 p.m. hour until a two-hour finale is aired Aug. 3. It was created by Lorenzo di Bonaventure, Paul Scheuring and Dan McDermott, and written by Scheuring, Pierre Morel, di Bonaventura and McDermott.
It starred Anthony Edwards (“ER,” “Revenge of the Nerds”), Scott Michael Foster Addison Timlin and Jacinda Barrett. Edwards played the publisher of a paranormal-skeptics magazine trying to save his abducted wife (Barrett) and also discovers he must save the world from a coming catastrophe.
There are 11 unaired episodes of “Do No Harm,” which was scrapped after two airings.
The “Jekyll & Hyde”-ish medical drama will return June 29 and air at 10 p.m.
“Do No Harm” starred Steven Pasquale (“Rescue Me”) as a man with an alter ego. The show debuted Jan. 31, 2013 on NBC after the “30 Rock” one- hour finale.