Another batch of TV news has come in, and here is the round-up!

CBS Television Studios and the Television Academy Foundation announced a unique internship for college students looking to jump-start a career in television production. In 2020, they will launch the Star Trek Command Training Program that places two interns per semester on a Star Trek series production. The selected interns will be fully-immersed in production, engaging in on-set production, animation, post-production, and more. This announcement comes as CBS All-Access prepares to embark upon the launch of Star Trek: Picard in January (see "CBS All Access Reveals New 'Star Trek: Picard' Trailer and Premiere Date").

Hasbro has unveiled that their Allspark Animation unit will produce a new series, My Little Pony: Pony Life, for release in 2020 according to License Global. There will also be new merch inspired by the series that will be available from select retailers this winter. Recently, the My Little Pony IP was featured in a Magic: The Gathering charity set (see "'My Little Pony' 'Magic: The Gathering' Card Set Will Be Sold To Raise Money For Extra Life Charity").

The Witcher series has been renewed for a second season by Netflix, even before the start of its first season, according to Variety. The eight-episode first season starring Henry Cavill will kick off on December 20 (see "'The Witcher' Main Trailer").

Netflix has also announced a multi-year output deal with Nickelodeon to produce new animated series and films. This deal is an expansion of the existing relationship between the two companies as Netflix has already streamed Nickelodeon animated specials like Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling and Invader Zim: Enter the Florpis (see "'Invader Zim' Teaser").

Quibi has greenlit the Russo Brothers' Slugfest, a documentary series about the rivalry between Marvel and DC Comics, according to Deadline. The new series is inspired by the book Slugfest: Inside the Epic, 50-year Battle Between Marvel and DC by Reed Tucker (see "The DC/Marvel Rivalry, Making Comics, and Comics Retail"), and they've already named two directors for the series, Don Argott and Sheena M. Joyce.

The DC Universe announced that a third season of Titans will be arriving in Fall 2020. Titans S2 was launched on September 6 on DC Universe (see " 'Harley Quinn' Trailer; 'Doom Patrol', 'Titans'").