ITV did not air Sunday night’s episode after the Paris terror attacks.
The show, which have been scheduled to air at 19:00 GMT, was expected to feature a “gunfight”, according to the Radio Times.
A ITV spokesman said: “Tonight’s episode of Jekyll and Hyde continues to be postponed in consideration of recent events in Paris.”
Creator Charlie Higson described occasions 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 frightening” by some audience.