During an interview with Collider to promote the National Treasure: Edge of History television series at this year's Comic-Con (which will debut on Disney+ either at the end of this year or in 2023), it was noted by the show's producers Marianne and Cormac Wibberley that Trevor has returned as the scorer for presumably all ten episodes. And I think it's reasonable to assume that Paul Linford has joined him in the endeavor, although there's no verification of that as yet.
Marianne described what they have heard of the score in initial viewing of the episodes: "To see the score, like, on the show again but like a little Latinx twist, is just, like, it gives us chills."
Given the global locations for the show which include the American south and also Latin America, it is fitting to learn there will be Latin music elements included in the new score.
The series entire is directed by Mira Nair, and stars Lisette Alexis as Jess, described in the official synopsis as a brilliant and resourceful DREAMer in search of answers about her family -- who embarks on the adventure of a lifetime to uncover the truth about the past and save a lost Pan-American treasure. The series is considered an expansion of the franchise, which comprises the two films starring Nicholas Cage as Benjamin Gates: 2004's National Treasure and 2007's National Treasure: Book of Secrets. A third film has reportedly been green-lit and is in pre-production with a script by Chris Bremner.