TV Stuff: Wonder Woman, Kurt Sutter, and JJ Abrams' Android/Cop Partnership
- Though NBC decided against airing their vinyl-coated vision of Wonder Woman, the CW is picking up the Lasso of Truth and ordering a script for an all-new take on the superhero from former Sex and the City and Wonder Woman (the comic) writer Allan Heinberg, whose plan is reportedly to tell Wonder Woman's early origin story "as a young, budding superhero." The first season is expected to mostly be about how the fuck to fit all those invisible jet parts together.
- Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter is reportedly working with FX to add another show to the lineup. Called Diva. Clown. Killer., the show would focus on an '80s rocker has-been (the "Diva," to likely be played by Sutter's wife, Katey Sagal) and her clown-for-hire/killer-for-hire son. Until that comes about, please sate your need for disturbing clown duality with the schizophrenia of Uncle Majic the Hip-Hop Magician and Shock-Kim the Clown.
- As Fringe begins to wrap up whatever threads the writers feel like bothering with, Fox is moving on to a new J.J. Abrams and J.H. Wyman-produced sci-fi series, "an action-packed buddy cop show, set in the near future, when all LAPD officers are partnered with highly evolved human-like androids." Somehow the pilot is already completed: