Lynda Carter's "Wonder Woman" is heading back to your small screen come Christmastime.
Me-TV announced earlier this week that they'll show all 60 episodes of the 1970s series starring Lynda Carter starting Dec. 27 with the pilot. The show will join Me-TV's Saturday night line-up.
"Wonder Woman" ran from 1975 to 1979 and since then, many networks have tried to recreate Carter's iconic portrayal on TV. Few have succeeded. Carter once told ET that Hollywood doesn't understand Wonder Woman's powers. "She is an Amazon Princess and she's got really strong sisterhood values. She's smart, and she just happens to be beautiful and super strong..."
Now, it looks like Me-TV has the right idea by giving life to the classic show without altering a single thing.
Catch the pilot of "Wonder Woman" on Me-TV on Dec. 27 at 8 pm EST.
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