David E. Kelley’s Wonder Woman Will Fly at NBC After All


Apparently when David E. Kelley said that he was still optimistic about his “Wonder Woman” TV show getting off the ground sooner or later, he must have had inside information, because with NBC having just gone through a major shift in personnel, Kelley’s “Wonder Woman” has now been given the greenlight over at the peacock network thanks to incoming entertainment president Bob Greenblatt.

Plus, we also get a little bit of story details:

The project is described as a reinvention of the iconic D.C. comic in which Wonder Woman — aka Diana Prince — is a vigilante crime fighter in L.A. but also a successful corporate executive and a modern woman trying to balance all of the elements of her extraordinary life.

So yes, kids, you will get to see what a writer known primarily for writing ridiculously eccentric (re: can’t possibly ever exist in real life) lawyers can do with a superhero character after all. Speaking purely for myself, I am both excited and terrified.

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  • Alexis

    That doesn’t sound anything like Wonder Woman. There’s a reason she’s still around and considered one of the DCU’s big three, her story already works.

  • Hela

    sounds like some kind of Smallville bullshit.

  • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool

    So this is batman meets Ally McBeal? Really? And DC is allowing this? UGH!!!