The original Wonder Woman the television series, starring Lynda Carter, was released on HBO Max – days before the release of the last feature film led by Gal Gadot on the streamer.
WarnerMedia’s proprietary platform launched 60 episodes of the 1970s series today, Wednesday, December 23. The New Original Wonder Woman TV movie pilot that aired in November 1975, before the series started correctly in April 1976.
Starred Carter, who also stars in the CW Supergirl and has a small cameo in the next WW84 film, like the Amazon princess, initially rescuing the American pilot Major Steve Trevor, played by Lyle Wagoner.
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The pilot and the first season of 13 episodes aired on ABC, while seasons 2 and 3 went to CBS. The first season was set in the 1940s during World War II, while seasons 2 and 3 are set in the 1970s and are known as The new adventures of Wonder Woman with a new cast in addition to Carter and Wagoner.
Come as Wonder Woman 1984, directed by Patty Jenkins based on a script she wrote with Geoff Johns and David Callaham, released on HBO Max in the United States on December 25 (at noon ET).
I’m excited to share that Wonder Woman: The Complete Series is now broadcasting @HBOMax, next to @PattyJenks‘and @GalGadotWonder Woman, and soon # WW1984! Tell me about your favorite Wonder Woman moments on screen in the comments 💫💫💫 pic.twitter.com/EycErpyT3e
– Lynda Carter (@RealLyndaCarter) December 23, 2020