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Wonder Woman TV Show Is A No-Go

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First it was the movie and now it's the TV show.

David E. Kelley's Wonder Woman has been canned for now as several of the major broadcasters have said "no" to the project.

Sources say that the cost was a huge factor in why the show has been rejected. Wonder Woman has a costly license fee and it's unlikely that a cable network would be willing to pay up.

The project isn't officially dead, however, an insider says it's "not moving forward at this time."

Will a Wonder Woman reboot ever happen? Hmm, it's not looking too good. Maybe that's a good thing.

What do U think?

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The Incredible Hulk Coming Back To TV!

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We're pumped for superheroes coming to TV!

After Marvel was acquired by Disney last year for $4 billion, they've started a push to TV with the launch of Marvel Television.

Their first superhero show is on the way, which is a live-action version of The Incredible Hulk.

As far as Hulk progress is concerned, they're currently searching for a writer. Assuming all goes according to plan, the rumors going around are that the show may hit the small screen mid-summer.

In other superhero-tv-related-news, Warner Bros. TV and DC Comics are working on a Wonder Woman series, being developed by David E. Kelley.

Both shows sound awesome! We'll def be curious to hear who they cast as the Hulk.

Are U excited for superheroes to hit the small screen?

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Wonder Woman Headed To TV!

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Looks like a Wonder Woman movie is officially dead. At least for now.

David E. Kelly, the guy behind Ally McBeal, Boston Legal, and The Practice, is in talks to write a produce the superhero show, produced by Warner Bros. Television.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon was connected to the Wonder Woman movie project back in 2005, but abandoned the script, saying, "They just didn't like my take. It's pretty simple."

Even though, talk of a new Wonder Woman has been in the works for years, we think television is a much safer bet.

What do U think?

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