LOS ANGELES, Nov. 20 (UPI) -- Reruns of The Cosby Show have been pulled from TV Land on their channel as well as their website after rape allegations resurfaced against Bill Cosby.
The comedy, in which Cosby played the patriarch, ran for eight years and ended in 1992. TV Land, whose parent company Viacom owns the rights to the show, said they will no longer run the show on their channel.
The show still runs on sister network Centric and both Hulu and Amazon have streaming rights to the show. There is no word whether they will be removing the show from their platforms as well.
All links to episodes and clips from the show have been deactivated and removed from the TV Land website.
Since Cosby's accuser wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post last week, Netflix and Comedy Central scrapped upcoming Cosby specials and NBC backed out of a planned comedy series starring Cosby as a family patriarch with three adult daughters and grandchildren.