CBS has announced it will not air planned episodes of ‘Supergirl’ and ‘NCIS: LA’ on Monday out of respect for the events in Paris. Both shows' plots featured similarities to Friday’s attacks on Paris, which left at least 129 people dead.

Melissa BenoistMelissa Benoist stars in 'Supergirl'.

Monday’s planned episode of ‘Supergirl’, titled ‘How Does She Do It?’, revolved around a large city being hit by bombings. CBS will now show the episode ‘Livewire’ in its place, which was originally set to air on November 23rd.

Similarly, the scheduled episode of ‘NCIS: LA’, will be replaced by another which was due to air on December 7th. The originally scheduled episode featured a teenager who was recruited to join a terrorist organisation. It will now be replaced by one focusing on a missing woman.

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In the UK, ITV cancelled it’s planned airing of fantasy drama ‘Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ on Sunday evening, in consideration of the events in Paris. The show had previously been criticised by some viewers for its high levels of violence in its pre-watershed timesolt.

"Tonight’s episode of Jekyll & Hyde has been postponed in consideration of recent events in Paris," show writer Charlie Higson tweeted on Sunday."We are just trying to be sensitive,”

Due to the events in Paris, studio Lionsgate has also adjusted its plans for the Hunger Games Mockingjay --Part 2 premiere, due to take place on Monday evening. The film will now receive a ‘toned down’ opening, featuring no interviews with the cast members.

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“Out of respect for the very recent events in Paris, we have decided to modify our red carpet and we will not conduct interviews at Monday’s Mockingjay 2 premiere,” the studio stated. “We will proceed with the rest of the event as planned in honour of the incredible fans who have always supported our films with such passion.”