Fans of the Lynda Carter Wonder Woman television series rejoice! On the eve of the new Patty Jenkins/Gal Gadot Wonder Woman sequel, Wonder Woman 1984, HBO Max has released the entire Wonder Woman series on its streaming service.
The WarnerMedia-owned platform has launched 60 episodes of the 1970s series today, Wednesday December 23. It features The New Original Wonder Woman TV movie pilot that aired in November 1975 before the series started properly in April 1976.
It starred Carter, who also stars in The CW’s Supergirl and has a small cameo in the upcoming WW84 film, as the Amazonian princess, initially rescuing fallen American pilot Major Steve Trevor, played by Lyle Waggoner. The series had slew of guest stars one of whom was a very young Debra Winger as Wonder Girl.
Lynda Carter broke the news via Twitter:
With DC Universe, the short lived DC Comics streaming service, a lot of the older/nostalgic content that was featured on that service was left floating in the air once it was discontinued. Following the Lynda Carter Wonder Woman series to HBO Max (in January) is the iconic Batman The Animated Series and its spin-off series, Batman Beyond.