Dr. Jason Cole is a highly respected neurosurgeon who has it all - a lucrative career, confident charm, and the gift of compassion. But he also has a deep, dark secret. One morning, when he wakes up disoriented in a wrecked hotel room amidst several near-naked women he's never seen before, he knows one thing: it's happening again. Every night at the same hour, something inside Jason changes, leaving him almost unrecognizable - seductive, devious, borderline sociopathic. This new man is his dangerous alternate personality who goes by the name of "Ian Price." For years as he's battled Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), Jason has been able to keep Ian in check with a powerful experimental sedative. But now his - their - body has developed a resistance to the serum, setting Ian free once again. And to make matters worse, after being suppressed for so long, Ian's hell-bent on taking revenge on his oppressor.
Michael Esper, who plays Dr. Kenneth Jordan, talks about his character's obsession with Dr. Cole.
Ian foils Dr. Marcado's escape plan and totally ruins his vacation.
Jason tries Dr. Marcado's experimental drug, hoping to hold off Ian long enough to save a little girl's life in the operating room.
Phylicia Rashad tells you everything you need to know about Do No Harm and her character, Dr. Vanessa Young.
Steven Pasquale discusses the similarities and differences between his two characters, Dr. Jason Cole and Ian Price.
Jason wakes to discover that Ian has befriended a troublesome woman with a similar affliction.
While undergoing a complicated brain surgery, Jason finally discovers the truth.
As Dr. Cole struggles to save the victim of Ian's latest violent outburst, Dr. Jordan begins to suspect that Jason is more dangerous than he seems.
Lin-Manuel Miranda discusses the ongoing conflict between Jason Cole and Ian Price.
For years, Jason has been keeping Ian under control with a powerful sedative. Now that the sedative is no longer keeping Ian at bay, Jason must rely on cunning and guile to out-smart his nefarious alter ego.