‘Cosby Show’ Repeats Pulled by TV Land Amid Rape Allegations

Move comes after Bill Cosby’s upcoming NBC sitcom was ditched and Netflix special postponed

There’s more bad news for Bill Cosby.

TV Land has chosen to pull repeats of his classic sitcom “The Cosby Show,” amid allegations that he had sexually assaulted multiple women, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap on Wednesday.

TV Land’s decision to yanks the repeats is the latest setback for Cosby. On Tuesday, Netflix decided to postpone a comedy special starring the funnyman, which was to premiere over the Thanksgiving holiday. NBC likewise announced on Wednesday that it would not to go forward with a sitcom that would have starred Cosby, which was in the early stages of development.

“The Cosby Show,” which starred Cosby as family patriarch Cliff Huxtable, aired from 1984 to 1992.

In recent weeks, the actor has been besieged by accusations of sexual assault by multiple women, most recently former “America’s Next Top Model” judge Janice Dickinson, who told “Entertainment Tonight” that Cosby sexually assaulted her in 1982, after luring her to Lake Tahoe with the promise of career help.

Cosby’s attorney, Martin Singer, has denied Dickinson’s claims, calling them “a fabricated lie.”