CBS Swap Episodes of ‘Supergirl’ & ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’ After Paris Attack
In a recent update it is revealed that CBS has allegedly cancelled their episodes of “Supergirl” based on DC comic character and “NCIS: Los Angeles” featuring police procedural and military drama series. The cancellation came shortly after the deadly attacks in Paris last week that claimed more than 120 people. The episodes were cancelled due to their similarity of plots with the terrorizing attack in France. Read on to find out more about the “Supergirl” and “NCIS: Los Angeles” CBS cancellation scoop ahead.
According to Fox News, the episodes were scheduled to air on Monday but were later cancelled by CBS. The “Supergirl” episode was likely to feature about bombings in a city instead the channel will air a segment that will showcase the main lead Kara played by Melissa Benoist and her foster mother starred by Helen Slater as Dr. Eliza Danvers. The segment was originally shot to be aired next week on November 23.
In the same way, “NCIS: Los Angeles” was about to feature an episode based on a teenager who is recruited to a terrorist organization but now has swapped the segment with another one which will be centred on a missing woman. The teenager episode is postponed for later date, which is still not known.
It not just CBS that has shuffled the episodes, TNT has also reportedly cancelled its upcoming episode that features terrorist violence in the crime drama series “Legends”.
It is reportedly said that Lionsgate has also rescheduled their plans for premiere of “Hunger Games Mockingjay -Part 2” at Los Angeles. The studio mentioned that, there will be no interviews on the red carpet of premiere, out of respect for the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, but the remaining event remains as it is.
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