The fireworks have come and gone, and now we are off and running with the first Geek TV News Round-Up of Q3!TV Line. This means that the episodes will air first on The CW then be shipped off to their network's streaming platforms. This is quite a change in release format for Stargirl which aired its first season this spring (see "New 'Stargirl' Trailer").
Amazon Studios dropped a bombshell just before the holiday weekend and announced that a Fallout TV series is in the works according to Variety. They have hired Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy, the duo responsible for Westworld which was renewed for S4 (see "'Westworld' Renewed"), to develop a series out of the best-selling video game franchise. Fallout has an enthusiastic fan base, and this will be one of the most anticipated upcoming TV series in pre-production.Variety. The Riverdale spinoff lasted one season before getting the axe after premiering in April (see "CW Shows Return this Month"). Entertainment Weekly. The series will be based on the often delayed game by CD Projekt Red which is supposedly scheduled to come out in November (see "'Cyberpunk 2077' Delayed"). The new anime series is safely scheduled for 2022, which should be well clear of the release of the game causing all the hype.
Syfy revealed that Wynonna Earp will be returning to their network on July 26 at 10/9 central. Wynonna Earp was reportedly having funding issues earlier in 2019 (see "'Wynonna Earp' Money Problems"), but it looks like Syfy worked through it as they have just released a trailer (trailer included at end of article).'The Boys' S2 Trailer"), and the new clip features a Stormfront making her debut (go to gallery to see the new trailer).