If the CW’s current attempt to bring DC’s Wonder Woman to television doesn’t work out, it turns out that writer/producer David E. Kelley would be more than eager to return to the scene of his little-seen crime:
I still believe [Wonder Woman is] viable for a television series. I think it’s ripe to do it. We made mistakes with ours. My only regret is we were never given a chance to correct them. We had a lot that was right about it and a great cast. In time, we could have fixed what we had done wrong, we just didn’t get that chance. All my series have been a work in progress to a certain extent where you figure them out by episodes three, four or five. This one actually gelled sooner than any that I have had in the past. We would have gotten there and I wish we were afforded a little more time. I do believe in the potential of the series and I wish them well with it. I think it could be a great success… I would [try again]. It’s different for me, [superheroes are] a genre that I have a lot to learn about. At this point in your life, everybody should do something that they’re scared of; I was a little scared of it, I remain a little scared of it and be happy to wade into the fear again.
Just think: In some alternate world, this actually made it to our screens: