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The creator of The Practice and Ally McBeal will pen the miniseries, based on the horror author's hard-boiled detective novel.
Learn how a pre-Iron Man Downey was fired from Ally McBeal, leading to the big plans for the Season 4 finale to be scrapped.
CBS adds Sarah Michelle Gellar to David E. Kelley's Crazy Ones comedy pilot, which also stars Robin Williams and James Wolk.
Acknowledging mistakes were made with his rejected 2011 pilot, prolific producer David E. Kelley insists Wonder Woman can still work on television, and says The CW is "smart to try it" with the planned origin story Amazon.
The Avengers director Joss Whedon, who has his own history with DC Comics' Amazon Princess, explains why David E. Kelley's planned Wonder Woman television revival didn't work out.
NBC has premiered the first footage of Smallville alum Erica Durance in her Wonder Woman costume from Wednesday's episode of the David E. Kelley dramedy Harry's Law.
NBC has released the first images of Erica Durance as Wonder Woman in the Jan. 11 episode of Harry's Law, in which the Smallville alum plays a psychologically damaged woman who retreats into the persona of the DC Comics heroine.
Smallville alum Erica Durance will appear in an episode of NBC's Harry's Law as a psychologically unstable woman who retreats into the persona of Wonder Woman.
New footage from David E. Kelley's planned television revival has leaked online, showing star Adrianne Palicki in action. NBC passed on the pilot in May, saying that Wonder Woman didn't fit on its fall schedule.
More than a week after NBC passed on David E. Kelley's Wonder Woman revival, a photo has finally surfaced of star Adrianne Palicki wearing the superheroine's iconic star-spangled shorts.
Signs point to a fifth season for the NBC action-comedy Chuck. However, contrary to an early report, it looks like the network may pass on David E. Kelley's Wonder Woman revival.
New pages from the script of NBC's Wonder Woman pilot reveal a "more formidable" Diana and a flashback to her meeting with Steve Trevor on Paradise Island.
The star of the network's short-lived Knight Rider reboot will play the Justice Department lawyer, and Diana's former love interest, in David E. Kelley's reinvention of the DC Comics superheroine.
I'm calling it right now: NBC's Wonder Woman is the Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark of television, the show that nerds and non-nerds are paying attention to and judging all news about, purely because they're convinced that it is going to be a trainwreck. Is there a way to turn it around?