The Cosby Show aired for eight seasons on NBC, but it was on the small screen long after the show ended its run because of syndication and its popularity. That ended in November 2014 when the allegations against Bill Cosby went public.
The case against the show’s star caused several networks to stop airing episodes of The Cosby Show. This action has caused issues for Cosby’s TV family. Malcolm-Jamal Warner spoke about those issues while promoting his next project, American Crime Story: The People vs O.J. Simpson.
According to The Wrap, he said, “Yes, there are financial repercussions that we’ve experienced because of that.”
The actor would not go into detail about those repercussions, but the fact that there has been fallout from the Bill Cosby scandal is not at all surprising. Were you a fan of The Cosby Show? Tell us what you think.