DC may well have produced one of the most success full Comic themed TV series with Smallville. In fast Smallville has been so popular it has even made it to the elusive 10th Series which most TV series aim for, even Lost only made it to season 6.
Smallville’s success comes down to the creators of the show, adapting the the current TV audience and keeping it tied into the comics when ever possible.
That in mind the next DC TV series will be Wonder Woman. All we have confirmed so far is that it will be produced by David E. Kelley (Ally McBeal, Lake Placid).
So far nobody knows if the series will be based on the classic origin or the modern revamp which begun with issue Wonder Woman #600 although it will likely be somewhere in between for a TV audience and and the average comic book fan which would have only seen Diana Princess of the Amazons in cross overs and the Justice League comics.
Wonder Woman was purposely left out of Smallville even when the creators wanted to include her, there has been rumored movie since 2001 so the series could have been planned any time since then.
Posted by Adi Mursec on October 2, 2010
Thanks to the people behind Smallville and Arrow we might have another chance of getting a Wonder Woman TV series which will be based arround her origin as an Amazon.
Thanks to EW.com we have the first look at Adrianne Palicki in the full Wonder Woman costume.
The chance of a Wonder Woman movie is slim to none for at least a decade but we are one step closer with model slash actress Elizabeth Hurley joining the cast for the pilot.
Awesome news for Wonder Woman fans. They have cast the leading lady in David E Kelley’s new show.
The new series. has been created by Jeremy Slater with Mohamed Diab directing the first few episodes. Oscar Isaac will be playing Marc Spector aka the Moon Knight.
Clark Kent / Superman and Lois Lane return to Smallville with their sons Jonathan and Jordan. It’s a new take on Superman and we see a side to him we’ve not seen before in a live action movie or show.
The new Masters of the Universe Revelation TV show has just hit Netflix and here is our review for part 1 covering the first five episodes and a return to Eternia we’ve been waiting for.
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