Paris Attacks Prompt Changes to Terror-Themed Shows Like Supergirl and Homeland

CBS and TNT postpone episodes

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Following Friday's attacks in Paris, several networks have made changes to TV shows that echoed those awful real-life events. CBS and TNT have delayed episodes of their shows set to air tonight with storylines that uncomfortably parallel the events in France, while other networks opted to air their shows as planned, adding content advisory warnings.

On Sunday, CBS announced it was pulling episodes of Supergirl and NCIS: Los Angeles that had been scheduled for tonight, substituting them with less controversial episodes.



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