Hollywood production may be shut down, but there were lots of TV deals and announcements over the past few days, which we round up here.

The second season of Doom Patrol, greenlit last summer (see "DC Universe TV News Round-Up"), will debut on June 25 simultaneously on DC Universe and HBO Max.  The first season is also available on both streamers.

The CW has gone from a pilot to a first season order for Kung Fu, another Greg Berlanti production, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  The pilot was announced in January (see “’Kung Fu’ Reboot”), and although production was shut down in March (see "Dozens of TV Productions Come to Standstill"), the season order was placed based on the script, according to the report.  Olivia Liang will star.

Netflix has ordered eight one-hour episodes of a new series based on Sweet Tooth, a Vertigo series by Jeff Lemire.  On-screen talent includes Will Forte, Christian Convery, Nonso Anozie, and Adeel Akhtar, with James Brolin providing the voice of the narrator.  The series was originally headed for Hulu (see "Hulu’s ‘Sweet Tooth’").

Swamp Thing, which had a shortened first season at DC Universe last year and then was canceled (see "Three Geek Shows Canceled"), has found a home at The CW, according to The Hollywood Reporter.  A premiere date for the series on its new network was not announced.

DC Universe has released a new trailer for Stargirl (below), which premieres next Monday on the streamer, followed one day later on The CW (see "New Poster, Trailer, Cast Info for ‘Stargirl’").

Temuera Morrison will appear in Season 2 of Disney+ series The Mandalorian as Boba Fett, according to Variety.  Morrison played both the character’s father and clone Jango in the Star Wars prequel movies.  The new season will premiere in October.