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David E. Kelley’s imagined Wonder Woman reboot will be staying in his imagination: EVERY network has passed on his pilot script. Although Deadline calls it a case of “unfortunate timing,” it turns out each network passed for a different reason, “The project was never considered a fit for Fox and was taken to the network mostly out of courtesy.” The CW couldn’t afford the cost of the superhero show, and because of NBC’s “managerial changes,” the network couldn’t dredge up the “licensing fees.” CBS considered it but ultimately said no.
Since Disney owns both Marvel and ABC, it might cause strife within the Disney family if ABC looked to DC instead of closer to home.
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Variety reports that ABC is currently developing a TV series centered on Marvel’s Jessica Jones character. The series has a lot of potential to be sure, but unlike the comic, I’m guessing the TV show will not be titled “Alias.”
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I’m starting to think maybe there isn’t much future for ‘V’ on ABC. They originally were down to a 13 episode season, and now it’s been chopped down to 10 episodes for this upcoming season. Guess we are lucky it’s going to air at all. Thoughts?
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Some very interesting LOST news, WARNING only read if you want to be spoiled, and not 100% sure it’s true.
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The ratings for sci-fi shows on network TV is way down from previous seasons, is this just another sign that network TV’s relationship with Sci-Fi / Fantasy is coming to an end?
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