Paris attacks: ITV pulls Jekyll And Hyde episode

ITV studios

ITV did not broadcast Sunday night's episode of Jekyll and Hyde after the Paris terror attacks.

The show, which had been scheduled to air at 19:00 GMT, was expected to feature a "gunfight", according to the Radio Times.

An ITV spokesman said: "Tonight's episode of Jekyll and Hyde has been postponed in consideration of recent events in Paris."

Creator Charlie Higson described events in France's capital as "shocking".

Last month, Ofcom opened a probe into the programme after it received 459 complaints about an episode broadcast before the 21:00 watershed and deemed "too scary" by some viewers.