As we all await the arrival of Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max on Dec. 25, we can look back at the 1970s Wonder Woman TV series as it debuts on HBO Max.
The Lynda Carter Wonder Woman series is now on HBO Max. The series ran for three seasons between 1975 and 1979. The first season was originally entitled The New, Original Wonder Woman, while season two and three were entitled The New Adventures of Wonder Woman, In later releases it was shortened to just being Wonder Woman.
Carter played Diana Prince/Wonder Woman throughout the series with Lyle Waggoner playing two versions of Steve Trevor.
It should be noted that HBO Max is labeling the series as being four seasons, but the season 1 videos are actually the original pilot movie and two follow-up specials. The series aired on ABC in season 1, but moved to CBS for seasons two and three. Each season also had a change in setting with season 1 being set in 1942. Season 2 was set in the 1970s in Washington D.C., and season 3 kept the 1970s, but transported Diana to working in California.
If you’ve never seen the series, this is a great chance to check it out before Wonder Woman 1984 hits the service.
Wonder Woman 1984 will release in theaters and on HBO Max in the U.S. on Dec. 25. Select international locations saw the film released on Dec. 16.