The Teen Titans series by Akiva Goldsman, in development at TNT, is dead, according to TV Line.  "It is not [still in development]," Network president Kevin Reilly said.  "We just decided it wasn’t quite where we wanted to go."  As recently as last May, Reilly had indicated that production was about to begin (see "Live-Action 'Teen Titans' Series Delayed – But Not Dead").

On the flip side of the comic TV series development world, NBC has given a pilot order to Powerless, the The-Office-meets-the-DC-Universe workplace comedy, according to Deadline.  It’s not a big surprise, as the pilot production deal had previously been announced (see "'The Office' Meets the DC Universe in 'Powerless'"), and there would have been penalties had the pilot not been produced, but this indicates a further level of commitment to the series.

Gravity Falls creator Alex Hirsch has a deal with Fox and 20th Century Fox TV to develop a new animated series, according to VarietyGravity Falls, a cult hit on Disney XD, is finishing its run with an hourlong final episode on February 15.  The deal is for a script and presentation pilot.

Season 6 of Game of Thrones will premiere on April 24, according to Hollywood Reporter.  Some video and images have appeared (see "'Game of Thrones' Book Update, Plus Pic and Video"), and the flow will presumably accelerate heading into the kick-off.

Also on the TV front this week, we saw the release of the Daredevil Season 2 poster, pics, and a teaser video (see "'Daredevil' Season 2 Poster, Pics, Date"); and the release of three promo videos, featuring White Canary, Hawkgirl, and Hawkman for The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow (see "White Canary, Hawkgirl, Hawkman in 'Legends of Tomorrow' Videos").