We're rounding up geek TV news that's been coming in this week.

Disney+ will stream a new docuseries called Marvel's 616 starting on November 20. It will explore the characters, creators, and storytellers that have built the MCU. The series will focus on the women of Marvel Comics, world-spanning artists, and rediscovering forgotten Marvel characters. This series will help fill the Disney+ release gap created by various Marvel movies being pushed off to 2021 (see "Three Marvel Movies Rescheduled").         

HBO Max released some updates on Zack Snyder's Justice League restoration shoot according to THR. The four-episode limited series deemed the “Snyder Cut” will bring back Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman, and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman for new scenes. Some controversy looms over the October shoot though, as Cyborg actor Ray Fisher's claim against Warner Bros. that their executives enabled Joss Whedon to be abusive on set is investigated. HBO Max recently dropped a trailer for the upcoming limited series over the summer (see "'Justice League' Snyder Cut Trailer!").

HBO Max also announced that they have ordered a DC Comics' Peacemaker series. It will be an action-comedy starring John Cena, of WWE fame, and is written and directed by James Gunn. Gunn is also at the helm of the second Suicide Squad movie (see "'The Suicide Squad' Featurette; 'Black Adam,' 'Shazam 2' News").

There was some sad news in the world of wrestling recently as wrestler Joe Laurinaititis, better known as Animal, has passed away at the age of 60. He was one half of the legendary tag team known as The Road Warriors in WCW/NWA, the Legion of Doom in WWF/WWE, and later, as The Hell Raisers in New Japan Pro Wrestling. They were three-time WWF/WWE Tag Team Champions, two-time IWGP Tag Team Champions, and were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2011.

The CW announced that Supergirl will be hanging up her cape after S6 according to Variety. The final 20 episodes of the series will premiere sometime in 2021. The in descript 2021 air date is a result of The CW recently pushing back their October season shows into January and then, their January season shows to a point later in the year (see " CW Pushes Back Dates for New Seasons").

Hulu recently revealed a new trailer for the upcoming Helstrom series. Helstrom is set to release on October 16 exclusively on their streaming network (see trailer below).