Networks shuffle shows for sensitivity following attacks in Paris

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NEW YORK— The TNT network 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.

TNT isn’t the only network to shuffle its schedule because of sensitivity surrounding the attacks last Friday. CBS said it was replacing episodes of the Monday prime-time dramas “Supergirl” and “NCIS: Los Angeles.” The “NCIS” episode concerned Islamic state recruitment of women, and the “Supergirl” episode was supposed to deal with a bombing.

“Legends” is in its second season on TNT.

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