We round up some of the news from the world of geek TV from the past week.

Seth McFarlane’s The Orville, produced by Disney’s 20th Century Fox Television, is moving to Hulu as a Hulu Original beginning with the upcoming third season, according to Deadline.  The third season will appear on Hulu in late 2020, according to the report.  The series had previously appeared on Fox, which was not part of the Disney acquisition, while Hulu became part of the Disney empire with the acquisition of Fox’s share and the subsequent acquisition of Comcast’s share (see “Disney Takes Over Hulu”).

Heart-breaking news came from the DC Universe show Titans this week.  A crew member died during a stunt involving a car.  According to Variety, a piece of the car broke off and hit a special effects coordinator. Production was cancelled for two days.

Marvel: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. will end after Season 7.  Marvel TV's Jeph Loeb made the announcement on July 18. Loeb indicated in an interview with Deadline that the Season 6 would end "delightfully" and the writers would head into Season 7 knowing that they can do "anything" with the 13 remaining episodes.  This should make for a very interesting wrap to the flagship Marvel series.

The nominations for the 45th annual Saturn Awards have been announced. Marvel/Walt Disney Studio's Avengers: End Game leads the pack with a total of 14 nominations, including a nod in the category of Best Comic-To-Motion Picture Release.  Also of note, Paramont received 3 nominations in the Best Horror Film Release category for Pet CemetaryOverlord, and A Quiet Place.  With a new advisory board that includes a host of high-profile producers and a planned awards ceremony in September on a streaming partner to be announced, the Saturn Awards are making a new move toward greater prominence.

Showrunners Alan Cohen and Alan Freedland (King of the Hill, American Dad) are working on eight episodes of a new adult animated series based on The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers underground comics, to make their debut in early 2020.  The seminal underground comics series by Gilbert Shelton was a backbone comics title for head shops, record stores, and other alternative outlets during the 60s and 70s, and sold well for some comic stores as well.

Warner Bros. and Elizabeth Banks' Brownstone Productions have begun development of an adult animated series featuring the Flintstones characters, according to Variety.  An earlier attempt at a reboot by Seth MacFarlane (see "Seth MacFarlane to Revamp the Flintstones") eventually fizzled.