CBS replaces episodes after Paris attacks, movie studios cancel premieres

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Following Friday’s terror attacks in Paris, CBS has canceled planned episodes of “Supergirl” and “NCIS: LA.”

Both shows were scheduled to air on Monday, but they won’t go on as planned due to their plots’ likeness to the recent attacks.

According to TV Guide, the “Supergirl” episode that was set for Monday centered on a large city being hit by bombings. The network has decided to instead air an episode that was set for Nov. 23 and focuses on main character Kara’s relationship with her foster mother.

Similarly, Monday’s “NCIS: LA” is swapping out the planned episode for an episode that was scheduled to air on Dec. 7. The originally scheduled episode was about a teenager who was recruited to join a terrorist organization. The episode that will air in its place focuses on a missing woman.

TNT also isn't airing an episode of its drama "Legends" on Monday because it depicts a terrorist shooting into a crowd in Paris.

The network said Monday it will instead air a rerun of "Legends" that was originally shown a few weeks ago.

Lionsgate also adjusted its plans for the “Hunger Games Mockingjay --Part 2” premiere scheduled in Los Angeles on Monday evening. The studio announced the premiere would be toned down and not include interviews with the cast members.

“Out of respect for the very recent events in Paris, we have decided to modify our red carpet and we will not conduct interviews at Monday’s ‘Mockingjay 2’ premiere,” the studio stated. “We will proceed with the rest of the event as planned in honor of the incredible fans who have always supported our films with such passion.”

On Sunday, Twentieth Century Fox canceled the “Bridge of Spies” Paris premiere, and Mars Films shut down the planned Monday night Paris premiere of “Jane Got a Gun.”

Such gestures proliferated over the weekend, as the entertainment industry reacted to the deadly attacks where the toll was highest at the Bataclan concert venue during a performance by the American rock group Eagles of Death Metal.

Instead of its regular cold opening with a sketch, "Saturday Night Live" opened with a tender monologue of solidarity, given by cast member Cecily Strong in French and English.

"Paris is the City of Light, and here in New York City, we know that light will never go out," Strong said.

Concerts in Paris and tours across Europe were canceled by U2, the Foo Fighters, Coldplay and others. Madonna went ahead with a concert in Stockholm, Sweden, but said during the show Saturday that she was apprehensive about it.

"In many ways I feel torn, because it's like, 'Why am I up here dancing and having fun when people are crying over the loss of their loved ones?'" Madonna told fans. "However, that is exactly what these people want to do. They want to shut us up. They want to silence us, and we won't let them. We will never let them."

The Associated Press contributed to this report.