CBS primetime will look different Monday night because of the Paris attacks -- the network is swapping out "Supergirl" and "NCIS: Los Angeles" episodes that dealt with ISIS and terrorism.
The network says the scheduled "Supergirl" episode revolved around a bombing ... so, instead viewers will see a less violent episode that was supposed to air around Thanksgiving.
The plot on "NCIS: Los Angeles" featured a group of women recruited by an Islamic State group. That's been traded out for one where a woman simply goes missing.
The last minute change comes as CBS is heavily promoting "Supergirl" -- a new show whose ads have been running almost non-stop on radio and TV.