A TV show featuring the DC Comics character Wonder Woman was supposed to be coming a couple of years ago, but after the pilot failed to impress networks it was dropped. According to ComicBookMovie.com on Oct. 5, Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara said they need to get something moving on the character.
Tsujihara was talking about the upcoming re-launching of the “Harry Potter” universe with numerous prequels and spin-offs on the way, and then moved on to the DC Comics properties they have at their disposal. Much like Disney owns Marvel Comics, Warner Bros. owns DC Comics.
They already re-launched the Superman franchise with “Man of Steel” this year and have “Superman vs. Batman” coming in 2015. They also have a number of TV shows coming. “Arrow” is about to start its second season and the character of Flash will be introduced this season for an upcoming spin-off show. Also coming is a show based on John Constantine and a Batman-universe show starring a young Commissioner Gordon.
Now, Tsujihara said they need to get moving on Wonder Women – whether it is on TV or in the movies. It seems like outside of Superman and Batman, and a possible Justice League movie, DC Comics is concentrating on television right now over movies, so that looks like it might be where fans will finally see Wonder Woman return to the screen.