When I was a very young Outposter there was a TV show that featured a woman so breathtakingly beautiful that something happened to me. I was so young I didn’t know what it was that was happening but I liked it!
Now, to celebrate the Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO and in any theaters that are open, that breathtakingly beautiful woman has some news. Lynda Carter has announced that the entire 1970s Wonder Woman TV series has just gone up on HBO Max.
I am excited to share that Wonder Woman: The Complete Series is now streaming on @HBOMax, alongside @PattyJenks' and @GalGadot's Wonder Woman, and soon #WW1984! Tell me about your favorite on-screen Wonder Woman moments in the comments 💫💫💫 pic.twitter.com/EycErpyT3e
— Lynda Carter (@RealLyndaCarter) December 23, 2020
The Warner Bros. owned platform will carry every episode of the show including the TV movie pilot from 1975, before the series aired in April 1976.
Originally known as The New, Original Wonder Woman and then retooled in it’s third season as The New Adventures of Wonder Woman, the show’s first season aired on ABC and was set in the 1940s during World War II.
The second and third seasons aired on CBS and were set in the 1970s, with a complete change of cast other than Carter and Waggoner. Waggoner’s character was changed to Steve Trevor Jr., the son of his original character.
Yes, this news is basically a thinly veiled excuse to share some pictures of the magnificent Lynda Carter. Merry Christmas!