AFAIK 120 is discontinued, and we all know that sheet sizes have been for some time. 35mm is all that remains being manufactured. This means that the only Kodak b/w 120 films being produced (not sold, but produced) are Tri-X 400 (not TXP, the different ISO 320 one, but TX, the same one that is made in 35mm) and T-Max 100 and 400. All that remains for b/w sheet films are TXP and T-Max 100 and 400.
All current Kodak b/w films but TXP are still made in 35mm. I'm not sure what the status of T-Max 3200 is.
They have also eliminated the two styles of 400 Portra and introduced a compromised single style.