'Cosby Show' Reruns halted after Bill Cosby was found guilty in Molestation retrial

The proposed rerun of “The Cosby Show” has been halted after Bill Cosby was found guilty of all the charges preferred against him in the sexual assault retrial, according to reports.
According to Page Six:
The Atlanta-based network Bounce TV has decided to scrub all repeat episodes from its schedule following Thursday’s court decision.
“Effective immediately, Bounce is removing ‘The Cosby Show,’” the network said in a statement to multiple media outlets.
Cosby starred in the award-winning sitcom for eight seasons, with TV Guide calling it the “biggest hit” of the 1980s. The now-disgraced comedian was convicted of sexual assault on Thursday.
The famous comedian was found guilty of three counts of sexual assault, each of which carries a potential 10 years in prison.

The actor, 80, has been on trial for drugging and assaulting ex-basketball player Andrea Constand in 2004.
Cosby, the first major black actor on primetime TV, will remain out of jail until he is sentenced, the judge ruled.