David E. Kelley’s Wonder Woman TV Show is Dead? Again?

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Man, being queen of the Amazons just isn’t what it used to be. After getting dropped before it even got started, then resurrected weeks later, David E. Kelley’s much talked about (in equal parts negatively and positively at last count) appears as if it’s dead for a second time.

While no official announcements have been made by NBC (indeed, official announcements are rarely made for shows that never get on the air in the first place), Deadline is reporting that the second incarnation of “Wonder Woman” on TV (set to star Adrianne Palicki as the superheroine) is “not going forward”.

This certainly sucks for those of us anxiously awaiting Palicki in that Wonder Woman costume. Of course, just because it’s not going forward at NBC doesn’t mean Kelley can’t still shop it to another network. Or a cable net. Personally, I’d like to see it on a cable net, where it doesn’t have to do 22 grueling episodes a season.

If this turns out to be true, are you guys rejoicing right now, or sadden that this may be the end for “Wonder Woman”?

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  • Danmillion99

     YES! CELEBRATE, HOLIDAYYY! I bet the creator of the character is relieved, coz I would be! This was an insult to Wonder Woman, the original series looked better than this crap, and that is saying something!

  • Fire_heart20

    I hope CW gets it…screw the fans the 70′s is over and gone get over Linda already losers…the new age is here

  • Lexavi80

    Linda Carter won’t be forgot. So beautiful Wonder Woman.

    This is not about the fans of the 70′s but to make a character right, and unfortunately, this character was being thrown to the mud.

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

      They didn’t exactly get her right then either, but it was close enough.

      Sent on the go.