Four clips of the notorious NBC pilot leak! Cringe as business executive Wonder Woman talks about marketing her perfect tits!
What to watch on Friday, July 8 through Sunday, July 10.
Plus: A pair of actresses returns to Law & Order: SVU, Wonder Woman joins another reboot, and Jersey Shore loses a housemate.
CALL TO ACTION
A new video tease and scathing online reviews make it one of the most sought-after failed TV pilots in recent memory.
SOME GOOD, SOME BAD, SOME UGLY
Every year during upfronts, we find ourselves nodding along with the networks' good decisions and shaking our heads at their bad ones. Here are this year's best and worst.
THE SHOW THAT CAN'T BE KILLED
Harry's Law and Parenthood were also renewed, four more new comedies were picked up, and several pilots (including 17th Precinct) received bad news.
It's doubtful that the high-profile superheroine will make NBC's fall lineup, but the network has says yes to four other wonderful women.
Plus: Fairly Legal gets a good omen, two of pop music's biggest names will co-host SNL, and Wonder Woman will be more badass.
IN HER PANTS
Photos of NBC's Wonder Woman regurgitation have splashed onto the web, and her costume has changed... but only a little bit.
Plus: ABC's summer will be just as crappy as everyone else's, FX is close to renewing two favorites, and Wonder Woman picks up a hunky piece of meat.
This is it! Your first glimpse of Adrianne Palicki as NBC's Wonder Woman. Are you thrilled? Disappointed? Before you decide, read this guide to everything new and exciting about the Wonder Woman costume.
With about 100 different projects currently in-development at TV networks, there are bound to be few stinkers. Here are ten pilots we hope die early instead of ending up on our screens and ultimately becoming dusty reminders of must-not-see TV.
Plus: More Battlestar reunions on NBC, Wonder Woman snags the Dread Pirate Roberts, and an Ugly Betty hottie finds a new job.
Plus: NBC's Wonder Woman might have found its villain, a Battlestar Galactica reunion is happening at NBC, and welcome to TV, Kevin Spacey.
THE GOLDEN LASSO OF HARSH TRUTH
One of TV's most promising actresses is making the wrong choice by playing NBC's Wonder Woman, but it isn't her fault.