Lynda Carter, iconic star of the "Wonder Woman" television series from the 70s, has been cast on post-Sheen struggling Two and a Half Men. Lynda, 62, is supposedly going to portray a version of herself on the sitcom. Reports say Carter is likely to be the object of character Alan Harper's crush, according to The Wrap on Monday, Aug. 26.
Although "Wonder Woman" star Lynda Carter has been booked onto the CBS sitcom for its 11th season, it's still not known the extent of her stay on the show.
EW.com writes that Carter's set-up revolves around Alan Harper, played by 80s fringe brat-packer Jon Cryer, having a massive Lynda crush dating back to her days as an actress on the original "Wonder Woman" series, which ran from 1975-1979.
"Two and a Half Men" is set to return on Sept. 26, but despite revealing Lynda's casting, news of exactly when she'll appear, or for how many episodes, has yet to be disclosed.
News broke just weeks ago that "Joan of Arcadia" star Amber Tamblyn has also been cast to play Charlie Harper's long-lost lesbian daughter on the series.
The popular sitcom is under going yet another overhaul, since creator Chuck Lorre fired Charlie Sheen from the show in March of 2011, after the actor notoriously melted down.
In November of 2012, "half" men star Angus T. Jones posted an online tirade, calling the show "filth". His character is rarely seen anymore.