• May 26, 2024

Malcolm-Jamal Warner: ‘The Cosby Show’ deserves to return to television

Malcolm-Jamal Warner: 'The Cosby Show' deserves to return to TV - National  | Globalnews.ca
Since Bill Cosby was accused of sexual assault by more than 50 women, reruns of the popular ’80s family sitcom The Cosby Show have been removed from many networks. Once almost inevitable on the air, the show has virtually disappeared from television in Canada.

One-time Cosby Show star Malcolm-Jamal Warner, who plays teenager Theo Huxtable, believes the show “deserves to return to television.” He told The Huffington Post that many people were inspired by the show and that not airing it would be detrimental to the viewing public. Warner also told the website that comments he made in October 2015 about the film’s legacy being “tarnished” were misinterpreted.

“It’s not my words that the show’s legacy is ‘tarnished,’” Warner said. “That was the word the interviewer used. A true legacy can never be tarnished, because there are generations of young people who went to college and became doctors and lawyers thanks to The Cosby Show and [the follow-up show] Another World. only available in the US

Bill Cosby was charged with sexual assault on December 30, marking the beginning of criminal proceedings against the 78-year-old actor after more than 50 women accused him of drugging and assaulting him. sexually attack them. He was charged with aggravated indecent assault, which carries a penalty of five to 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine.

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