It's another week, and another swath of geek TV news has come in. Time for a round-up!

Netflix and Ubisoft have come together for an Assassin's Creed TV series according to THR. Under the deal, Netflix will develop a slate of properties for the IP; the first project being a live-action series. Ubisoft revealed their intentions to expand the game series into TV back in 2017 (see "'Assassin's Creed' TV Series in the Works").

The CW released the first images of Javicia Leslie in her new Batwoman suit. Leslie will take over for Ruby Rose on the series in S2 (see "The CW Finds a 'Batwoman") as Rose had departed from the show in May (see "Ruby Rose off 'Batwoman").

Zack Snyder continues to add characters to his Justice League Director's Cut according to THR. Recently, he tacked on scenes with Jared Leto as The Joker (see "Jared Leto Back As The Joker "), and now, he has shot some scenes with Joe Manganiello in as Deathstroke for the film. The Snyder Cut will arrive in summer of 2021 on HBO Max (see "'Justice League' Snyder Cut Trailer!").   

Oscar Isaac is in talks with Disney and Marvel Studios to play the title character in the Moon Knight live-action series according to Deadline. The Moon Knight series was announced last August at D23 along with two other shows (see "Marvel Announces Three More Disney+ Series at D23").

FX on Hulu has begun production on Y: The Last Man, according to Deadline. The new series stars Diane Lane, Ashley Romans, and Olivia Thirlby, and is based on the Eisner-winning Vertigo comic series (see "Vertigo Goes Big for 'Y: The Last Man Omnibus'").

Hulu also released a new Animaniacs trailer. The rebooted series will launch on their streaming service on November 20 (see "'Animaniacs' Previewed At NYCC").