TV news has been flowing in steadily in anticipation of 2021, and it's time for another round-up!

Netflix has both announced that Cobra Kai S3 will release on January 8 and that the series will be renewed for S4. Cobra Kai was one of the breakout hits for Netflix over the summer, and has been seeing a resurgence since Netflix snagged the series from YouTube TV (see "'Helstrom,' 'Lucifer' Drop Dates, Netflix Gets 'Cobra Kai,'").      

Netflix's Stranger Things 4 had been shut down for the COVID-19 pandemic (see "'Black Widow' Release Date Pulled, Dozens of TV Productions Come to a Standstill Over Coronavirus Concerns"), but now, it is back to filming. Production resumed October 1, but there is still no word on a release date for the much anticipated season.

The CW has put several of its shows' production schedules on pause again according to THR. The root of the problem was a spike in COVID-19 cases in Vancouver, where many of the shows are being filmed, which caused a backlog of tests at local labs and making public safety difficult to ensure. The pause has impacted Charmed, Nancy Drew, Riverdale, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl, which was set for its final season next year (see " 'Supergirl' Ending"). The length of the production delay is described as a "hour by hour and day by day" delay.

Marvel Studios has announced that they've found their Ms. Marvel according to Deadline. Iman Vellani will star as Kamala Khan in the new Disney+ series which was announced at D23 in 2019 (see "Marvel Announces Three More Disney+ Series at D23").

Netflix revealed that Conan the Barbarian will be featured in a new live action series according to Deadline. The project is headed up by Fredrik Malmberg and Mark Wheeler's Pathfinder Media. Fredrik Malmberg was a producer on the 2011 Conan movie (see "Conan'").  

Apple TV released a new teaser for The Snoopy Show. The new series featuring America's favorite beagle will be streaming on February 5 (see teaser below).