It was one of the most closely watched trials in recent years and when Bill Cosby was sentenced to 3 to 10 years in prison on Tuesday, the news — and photos of the comedian in handcuffs — made front pages across the country.
Of course, it was big news in Philly, Cosby's hometown.
Up in New York City, where Cosby's fictional character, Dr. Cliff Huxtable, made his home, the sentencing made the fronts of the three major dailies.
The Daily News headline played off Cosby's years of being a pitchman for Jello pudding.
The Post went with Cosby's most famous TV role to fashion its headline.
The New York Times, of course, played it straight, on a front page that featured stories about allegations of sexual abuse against Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court.
In Chicago, the Tribune ran the Cosby story below the fold, in the lower right corner, while the Sun-Times played it big.
In Los Angeles, Trump and politics dominated the top of the front page, but a photo of Cosby in handcuffs made it above the fold.
And his sentencing was news north of the border — Constand is a Canadian — with the Toronto-based National Post playing it prominently on its front page.