This week, Bill Cosby’s upcoming projects were unceremoniously canned by NBC and Netflix, and on Wednesday, TV Land announced it would no longer be showing episodes of one of the actor’s top TV hits, “The Cosby Show.” With a career that has spanned more than five decades, will the 77-year-old star’s classic works become a thing of the past?
Though TV Land made it clear it has no plans to resume reruns of “The Cosby Show” following sexual abuse allegations from three women—including one accusation from Janice Dickinson, a prominent TV host and model— not everyone is turning away from Cosby so quickly.
All of Cosby’s most-memorable TV moments are still readily available for viewing on Hulu Plus. A total of 201 episodes of “The Cosby Show” are available on the streaming service for subscribers and 82 episodes of “I Spy” and 36 of “Fat Albert” can also be viewed.
And though Comedy Central informed FOX411 they have canceled a planned rerun of the special “Bill Cosby: Far From Finished,” which was set for Thanksgiving, the famous funnyman’s standup can still easily be found elsewhere.
All of his top comedy albums are available for download in the iTunes store. Cosby also has his own official app that features audio and video of his standup, and there are many clips of his routines posted on YouTube.
Hulu Plus and iTunes did not immediately return FOX411’s inquiries into whether or not they planned to remove Cosby’s classics from their sites.
Meanwhile, Bill Cosby’s standup show set for Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Art in Melbourne, Fla., will go on as scheduled, the venue announced on Wednesday.
National Artists Corporation, the company behind Cosby’s standup tour, said it will not be canceling any shows.
Cosby has never been charged in connection with any of the sexual abuse allegations.