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David E. Kelley hasn't given up on 'Wonder Woman' reboot
David E. Kelley came to the Television Critics Association press tour to talk about his new NBC drama "Harry's Law," but after that panel, all of the talk was about a show that had already been reported as dead.
Speaking to a slew of reporters, Kelley insisted that he continues to hope that "Wonder Woman" will find a network home next year, just days after news broke that the project had been rejected by all five networks.
"It's a huge project and we just rolled it out last week. It was a bit much to expect people to chew it off for this next season," Kelley told NYMag's Vulture. "But I think everybody's confident that we're gonna see it."
He added, "The bottom line is, I had a lot of fun writing it and we're still optimistic that we're gonna do it," he told us. "We have a script that Warners and DC are very excited about."
If you care, "Harry's Law" premieres on Monday, January 17.