As February wraps up, take a look at the latest geek TV news.

The hotly anticipated Starz series based on Neil Gaiman’s bestseller American Gods now has a release date: April 30. Starz made the reveal via Twitter and also released new promotional images for the series.

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The Starz debut comes a few weeks after the launch of Dark Horse’s comic adaptation of the novel (see “'American Gods' Gets Comic Adaptation”).

Producer Adi Shankar used Facebook to reveal the poster for the first season of the Castlevania animated series that will air on Netflix later this year. The first season follows the plotline of Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse and consists of four half-hour episodes. Warren Ellis, who was once attached to a feature-length film for the franchise (see “Warren Ellis to Write 'Castlevania' Movie”) is writing and producing the series and is already at work on another season for release in 2018. “Writing season 2 (2018) of CASTLEVANIA while going through animation passes on episode 3 of season 1 (2017) is kind of like those stories where time travel involves sending a consciousness from the future into a body in the past,” Ellis wrote in his weekly email newsletter. “We've been on this job a long time.”

The Black Lightning series found a home at the CW in early February (see “'Runaways,' 'Black Lightning,' and 'The Devil'”), and now the show has a CW alum for the lead: Hart of Dixie’s Cress Williams, according to Deadline.  Williams will play the superhero, who was created for DC Comics by Tony Isabella and Trevor Von Eeden.  Black Lightning is pulled from retirement back into the vigilante business by his daughter and a star student, who is being recruited by a local gang.

Netflix’s MST3K also has a release date: April 14. Netflix took to Facebook to reveal the date and a photo of the cast of the revival. MST3K recently partnered with Dark Horse Comics on a new comic series and licensed merchandise (see “Dark Horse Partners With 'MST3K'”).

Game of Thrones’ Iwan Rheon will play Maximus, Black Bolt’s supervillainous brother, in Marvel’s new Inhumans television series. Inhumans is set to premier on IMAX in September before moving to ABC for the network run (see “'Iron Fist' Showrunner Takes on 'The Inhumans'”).

The as-yet untitled Bryan Singer-directed Marvel Universe television series for Fox has cast its second character. Jamie Chung (Once Upon a Time) will play Clarice Fong, a.k.a. Blink, a teleporter who is adjusting to a sudden spate of traumatic upheaval in her life. Chung joins Blair Redford on the cast (see “First Mutant Cast for Fox's 'X-Men' Series”).