The fourth episode of the Jekyll and Hyde series has been pulled from ITV's schedule on Sunday night (15 November) following the Paris terrorist attacks. The episode which contained an incident involving firearms has been postponed in consideration of the recent events in the French capital.

It is not known when the episode will be aired. The show's creator Charlie Higson took to Twitter to let the public know of the schedule change. The episode was scheduled to air at 7pm UK time. It is believed to contain scenes of violence involving firearms, according to the official synopsis, Radio Times reported.

ITV later confirmed this with its own tweet. An ITV spokesperson told RadioTimes: "Tonight's episode of Jekyll and Hyde has been postponed in consideration of recent events in Paris."