TNT announced they are postponing an episode of "Legends" that was set to air Monday. The episode reportedly shows a terrorist shooting at a crowd in Paris.
“As a result of the recent tragic events in Paris, tonight’s originally scheduled episode of ‘Legends’ has been postponed. Our thoughts and condolences are with the victims and their families," the network said in a statement to Variety.
The show's Season 2 premiere will air in place of the episode that exhibited similarities to the attacks in Paris that left at least 129 people dead on Friday night.
According to "Entertainment Tonight," the decision to postpone the episode follows that of CBS, who announced Sunday that they would postpone airing an episode of "Supergirl" that centered on "a series of bombings," and additionally decided to hold off on airing an episode of "NCIS: Los Angeles" that involves a young girl who is recruited by a terrorist organization.
Back in August, USA Network made a similar decision to postpone the Season 1 finale of "Mr. Robot," which depicted an on-air shooting, after two Virginia journalists working for Roanoke-based news station WDBJ were shot and killed on air.
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