Amazon warrior Wonder Woman is set to return to the small screen - more than three decades after actress Lynda Carter made the role famous.
The New Adventures of Wonder Woman, adapted from the classic DC Comic series, aired in America from 1975 to 1979.
Another TV series was attempted in the 1990s, but the project was scrapped due to casting concerns over Carter's successor.
Now Boston Legal creator David E. Kelley has signed a deal with Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment bosses to write and produce a revamped version, reports Deadline.com.
Casting details have yet to be announced. However, Hollywood actresses have previously lined-up to take over the role in a long-awaited Wonder Woman movie, including Jennifer Love Hewitt, Megan Fox, Eliza Dushku, Sandra Bullock and Beyonce Knowles.