The Cosby Show Is Coming Back To TV Amid Bill Cosby’s Sexual Assault Trial!

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Welcome to Donald Trump‘s America.

Like most channels airing reruns of The Cosby Show, Bounce TV removed the popular ’80s sitcom from its lineup last year following a wave of sexual assault allegations against its lead star Bill Cosby.

But as it turns out, the country really isn’t bothered by an alleged sexual assaulter in the White House — so, why should we care if one is on TV??

Related: ‘Legally Blind’ Cosby’s Attorneys Argue He Can’t Identify His Accusers!

Well, Bounce TV is giving the people what they want, announcing over the weekend it would once again air reruns of the beloved (though forever tainted) sitcom at the end of 2016!

The Atlanta-based network made the announcement on Twitter, sharing:

Reruns are slated to resume on December 19, which is good news for fans who were upset when Hulu recently stopped streaming the show.

It’s also good news for those who want to remember the good old days where the comedian was a lovable, sweater-wearing TV dad and not a widely-known sexual deviant. Oh, the good old days!!

What do YOU think about the controversial choice? Can you watch the show without thinking about the real Bill Cosby??

[Image via NBC.]

Nov 14, 2016 1:25pm PDT

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