The week of SDCC online was unusually quiet, but the TV news is slowly mounting and it's time for another Round-Up!

Netflix dropped the news that The Witcher has a prequel in the works according to Variety. The prequel series will be a six-part limited series which will be shot in the U.K., and it titled The Witcher: Blood Origin.  It will be interesting to see how this fits into Netflix's production schedule as The Witcher S2 had already experienced a production halt in March (see "'The Witcher' S2 Comes To A Halt").

Nickelodeon revealed a new Star Trek animated series according to Gizmodo. This Kevin and Dan Hageman production will arrive in 2021, and will further expand the Star Trek universe for kids, much as Lower Decks was intended to do for CBS All Access (see "'Star Trek: Lower Decks' Trailer").

CBS All Access has released a premiere date for Star Trek: Discovery S3 according to Variety. A 13-episode season will launch on their streaming service on October 15. CBS All Access also recently announced a spin-off to Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (see "'New 'Star Trek' Series ").

AMC has declared that The Walking Dead S11, which was announced last October (see "'The Walking Dead' Renewed For S11"), will not arrive as expected in October according to Variety. Angela Kang, the showrunner, dropped the announcement at a Comic-Con@Home panel, and blamed the delay on an on-going production shutdown due to COVID-19. However, there as a bit of positive news for TWD fans.  Kang said that S10 will feature six extra episodes that will arrive in 2021.

Amazon Prime Video will renew The Boys for S3. This news comes as they recently released a new trailer for The Boys S2 (see "'The Boys' S2 Trailer").

Marvel Studios recently dropped a trailer for Helstrom. This new series reveals a Helstrom family reunion, and it is set to stream on October 16, 2020 on Hulu. Click below to see the new trailer!