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'Tricky' Wonder Woman Pilot Still In Development at The CW; No Third Chance for The Selection


An Amazon story may still surface on The CW, as the network’s “origin story” series about Wonder Woman is being redeveloped. READ MORE

The CW Eyes Wonder Woman Origin Tale


Well, rope us with a Lasso of Truth and call us Diana: It looks Wonder Woman may actually return to the small screen after all.

The CW is developing a new script based on the female superhero’s early years …READ MORE

First Look: Erica Durance Transforms Into Wonder Woman for Harry's Law


Lois Lane is… Wonder Woman?

Not quite, but Erica Durance, who played Smallville‘s enterprising journalist, will be slipping into the superheroine’s duds when she guest-stars on Harry’s Law on Wednesday, Jan. 11 (NBC, 9/8c). READ MORE & VIEW PICTURES

NBC Exec on Chuck's Big Finish, SVU Minus Mariska/Chris, and Wonder Woman Troubles

Fall TV Preview

NBC’s fall schedule is out, and we’ve got some burning questions. Luckily, new Peacock president Bob Greenblatt took a few minutes (literally) out of his jam-packed day to tackle a few of our biggest ones. Suffice it to say, TVLine was just as interested in what didn’t make the sked as what did.

TVLINE | You famously plucked Wonder Woman from the ashes. What were you hoping for from the pilot that you didn’t get?
I was happy to make the pilot. I don’t know that I’m the best audience for this genre. It was tricky for me to step back and take a look at it and see if this was going to be the right take on this show. With this kind of audience, you have to get these things absolutely right; there’s no room for error. At the end of the day, I didn’t think we had done that.

TVLINE | Everyone and their sister wants to get their hands on the pilot — mostly to see how bad it really is. Are you concerned about it leaking? Would it embarrass you? READ MORE

Super Scoop! TV's New Wonder Woman Has a Third Look In Her Closet, NBC Boss Reveals

Fall TV Preview

If you were one of the many (many!) who saw the costume Adrianne Palicki dons for NBC’s Wonder Woman pilot and tittered, “No… seriously?” you were probably gratified when a seemingly revamped get-up was unveiled. “The producers listened!” you might have cheered. “Amazing!”

Only, it turns out, they didn’t change anything — and they didn’t have to, because according to NBC president Robert Greenblatt, the particular outfit sported by the superheroine in the Hollywood Boulevard set photos spied last month was always in Diana Prince’s closet. In fact, in addition to that and the “shiny” look unveiled in the original publicity still, there’s a third version that has yet to leak — and it should make fans of the original series very happy. READ MORE

Wonder Woman Gets a Makeover: Yea Or Nay?

Fall TV Preview

TV’s (prospective) new Wonder Woman was spied out and about, chasing some ne’er-do-well on the streets of Los Angeles this week — and Great Caesar’s Ghost, she was sporting super new threads! READ MORE, VIEW PHOTOS & VOTE

Pilot Scoop: Wonder Woman Adds Knight Hunk

Fall TV Preview

Former Knight Rider star Justin Bruening has joined another reboot for NBC: Wonder Woman.

The David E. Kelley-penned pilot stars Adrienne Palicki as Wonder Woman/Diana Prince, who is a successful corporate executive working to balance all the elements of her complicated life.

Bruening will play …READ MORE

Wonder Woman First Look: Yay or Nay?


Here’s your first look at Friday Night Lights‘ Adrianne Palicki channeling her inner Lynda Carter in NBC’s David E. Kelley-produced Wonder Woman reboot. The pilot — which is currently in production — is one of several high profile projects in contention at the Peacock.


Elizabeth Hurley Targets Wonder Woman


It looks like Adrianne Palicki‘s title heroine will be doing battle with Elizabeth Hurley in NBC’s Wonder Woman reboot. … READ MORE

Lynda Carter Weighs In On Wonder Woman Adrianne Palicki: 'I Hope She Kicks Butt!'


Not long after the news broke that Friday Night Lights alumna Adrianne Palicki had landed the lead in David E. Kelley’s Wonder Woman pilot for NBC, Lynda Carter — TV’s previous Amazonian lasso-wielder — effectively passed the baton … READ MORE