We round up some of the news from the world of geek TV from the past week.
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.
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 Cemetary, Overlord, 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.
Variety. An earlier attempt at a reboot by Seth MacFarlane (see "Seth MacFarlane to Revamp the Flintstones") eventually fizzled.