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.