‘Supergirl,’ ‘NCIS: LA,’ and ‘Legends’ episodes replaced after Paris attacks

Following the attacks in Paris last Friday, CBS will be not be showing the terrorism-themed episodes of “Supergirl” and “NCIS: Los Angeles” that were supposed to run tonight. New episodes that were scheduled to air later in the season will take their place. And TNT has decided not to air an episode of “Legends” set in Paris.

A Thanksgiving episode of “Supergirl” where Kara's foster mother comes to visit for the holiday (also, we meet Livewire!) will be on tonight. It was originally scheduled to air next week. The episode that was supposed to be on tonight had Supergirl trying to stop a rash of bombings around National City.

“NCIS: Los Angeles” will air an episode that was previously scheduled for December 7. It will replace “Defectors,” in which a woman is recruited by ISIS.

And TNT announced that tonight's episode of “Legends,” in which Martin looks for Kate in Paris as she attends a protest he fears will become violent, will not air.

Neither TNT nor CBS have said when the episodes will be shown.