"Effective immediately, Bounce is removing The Cosby Show from our schedule," the network said in a statement, per The Hollywood Reporter.
The move comes after a jury found the comedian guilty on three sexual assault-related charges.
A large number of people who have been following the trial seem to support the verdict, with journalist Dana Schwartz saying, "The Cosby verdict feels like a beautiful exhale."
To all of the women who were assaulted by Bill Cosby, I can’t imagine this takes away any of the pain he caused you, but I hope the guilty verdict brings you some peace.— Dana Goldberg (@DGComedy) April 26, 2018
"Literally gasped in my living room at the Cosby verdict. What a relief," added another Twitter user.
The Cosby verdict is a good reminder that despite all the crowing about men's lives being ruined by #MeToo, only one has actually been held to criminal account.— Jessica Valenti (@JessicaValenti) April 26, 2018
"Bill Cosby found guilty. Good night, you piece of s—. The strength of his accusers is everything," writer/actress Paula Pell fired off.
Several are citing the #MeToo and Times Up movements as a big reason for why Cosby was found guilty.
There are some, however, who have a slightly different take in the wake of the results.
Who has the chutzpah to publicly say Bill Cosby is a victim? I wish I did, because he never had a chance at justice and fairness in this environment of #metoo madness.— J Pierpont Morgan (@pierpont_morgan) April 26, 2018
In a since-deleted tweet, one user seemed to criticize Cosby's victims, writing, "I can't understand what these women thought they were going to do in a room with Bill Cosby at 3am. Were they intending to play dominoes? It was Hollywood during the sexual revolution. IF he drugged someone that's awful, but what was the goal of being in a room alone with him?"
Still, there are some who simply cite the good they feel his career has had on society. Los Angeles Lakers player Kyle Kuzma tweeted, "Most of these youngins out here don't even know who HeathCliff Huxtable was.. Bill Cosby had one of the best shows of all time."
Ironically, Kuzma is only 22 years old himself, having been born in 1995, which is a full three years after The Cosby Show went off the air.