Three shows airing Monday night are shuffling their episodes in the wake of Friday’s Paris attacks.
All three shows — CBS’ “Supergirl” and “NCIS: Los Angeles” and TNT’s “Legends” — had stories related to terrorism. The two CBS shows will air episodes originally scheduled for later in the season, while “Legends” will air a repeat.
“Supergirl” had been scheduled to air an episode called “How Does She Do It?” in which Kara (Melissa Benoist) deals with a series of bombings around National City. It will be replaced by “Livewire,” a Thanksgiving episode originally set to air next week.
The “NCIS: LA” episode, “Defectors,” dealt with women being recruited to join ISIS. It will be replaced by “The Long Goodbye,” which has the team looking for a missing woman Sam (LL Cool J) helped find asylum several years ago. CBS hasn’t rescheduled the original episodes yet.
The “Legends” episode probably hits closest to the actual events of last week. It’s set in Paris and involves Martin (Sean Bean) searching for Kate (Aisling Franciosi) at a peaceful protest that he believes will turn violent. A repeat of the Season 2 premiere will air in its place; it hasn’t been rescheduled.