A few last waves of TV news are coming before the holidays, and it's time for a geek TV news round-up.

DC Universe released a Stargirl teaser (below) via Twitter. The teaser shows an animated logo as well as a release date of Spring 2020. The CW recently announced that it will be airing Stargirl episodes the day after their premiere on the DC Universe (see "'Stargirl' on CW").  

Long-time TV and movie actor Rene Auberjonois has passed away after a battle with lung cancer, according to TMZ. Auberjonois is best known for his role as Odo on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and as Paul Lewiston from Boston Legal, but he had over 200 TV and film credits to his name including roles in Benson, Wonder Woman, Stripes, and M.A.S.H. He also had an extensive voice-acting career, and he is survived by his wife, his two children, and three grandchildren.

Amazon Prime unveiled a The Boys S2 teaser. A sneak peak of the second season of The Boys was revealed back in August through a picture from showrunner Eric Kripke's Twitter account (see "'The Boys' S2 Picture").

Netflix released a new Lost in Space S2 trailer for the upcoming December 24 release date. The new trailer features the group of intrepid explorers turning their spacecraft into a makeshift sailboat. Neflix released the last trailer for Lost in Space S2 in October (see "'Lost in Space' S2, ")

Netflix revealed a release date for the long-awaited Locke & Key series, based on the comic book series (see "Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez Return to 'Locke & Key'"). It will premiere on February 7, 2020.  

After airing on BBC America on January 1, Fathom Events will show the first two episodes of Doctor Who S12 on January 5 in theaters, plus a Q&A with the current Jodie Whittaker, Tosin Cole, and Mandip Gill. The live Q&A will be transmitted from the The Paley Center in New York to screens across the country. HBO Max added Doctor Who to its list of streaming rights in August (see "HBO Max Gets Doctor Who").