TV Land Pulls The Cosby Show Following Rape Allegations

Bill Cosby performs at the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida on Mother's Day.
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In the 24 hours since Janice Dickinson became the 15th woman to accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault, both Netflix and NBC have indefinitely shelved projects they were working on with the comedian. Now the rape allegations are affecting Cosby’s previous work as well. TV Land announced on Wednesday that it is pulling all reruns of The Cosby Show. The sitcom was set to run in several marathons between Thanksgiving and Christmas. The show is still streaming on Amazon and Hulu, for now at least.

TV Land Pulls Cosby Show After Rape Allegations