With an appearance coming up in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice and a rumored solo movie in the offing, could we still see Wonder Woman come to the small screen (presumably played by someone other than Gal Gadot)?
It sounds like it, if you hear The CW's Mark Pedowitz tell it. The exec, who passed on a script for a Smallville-like Wonder Woman pilot called Amazon not long ago because it wasn't up to snuff, said that if they could find the right script, it could happen. Asked whether she could become a TV hero again, Pedowitz suggested that if she were to do so, at least for now, the plan would be to do it at The CW.
"If she is and we can get the right script we will do it," Pedowitz said yesterday at the Television Critics Association. "One of the nice things is that a lot of the other broadcasters and cable networks have done comic book characters based on the success of Arrow. So for our purposes, it is a rich source material, we know what the mythology is, and if you have the right superhero character you go for it."
Johns added that he felt "there's room for everything," as long as there's enough differentiating the stories being told in different media that it doesn't feel redundant.
The most recent attempt at actually filming a Wonder Woman series came from NBC, who did a TV movie with Adrianne Palicki, produced by Ally McBeal's David E. Kelley. While a series like that would be difficult to pull off while Wonder Woman is in theaters, something like the planned Amazon series may buy them some leeway by being different enough to avoid any kind of brand confusion.