Dave Meltzer reported on Saturday's Wrestling Observer Radio that the NWA will hold a set of TV tapings from March 21-24 as they resume original content.
Meltzer also said "a positive announcement" that doesn't have anything to do with AEW is coming this week in regard to all of their content being pulled off of YouTube. He didn't say where the tapings are taking place or if fans will be allowed, but Atlanta, GA, has been their home since relaunching in October 2019.
Their last set of tapings was held in late-January 2020 and helped carry the company for weekly YouTube episodes from late-January through March. The last original Power episode was a one-off that aired in mid-May.
A lot has changed for Billy Corgan's company since then. They struck up a deal with both AEW and UWN to have their champions appear and defend their titles, most notably the Women's title currently held by AEW roster member Serena Deeb. Former champion Thunder Rosa has been a fixture in AEW since late-August.
Unless they have worked out an affiliation agreement with another group, the roster will look different than their last set of tapings which featured Rosa, Eli Drake, Eddie Kingston, Caleb Konley, James Storm, Tasha Steelz, and the late Joseph "Jocephus" Hudson who passed away last week.