Renewed: Parenthood, Harry’s Law. But NBC passes on Wonder Woman.
NBC renews two of it dramas but passes on David E. Kelley's Wonder Woman revival.
NBC has renewed family drama Parenthood for a third season.
The network also picked up Kathy Bates’ Harry’s Law for a second season. The show had a fairly large audience of 11.6 million viewers but not as good in its demos.
However, NBC has passed on David E. Kelley’s Wonder Woman revival.
The network isn’t saying why but scuttlebutt reveals the pilot earned mixed reviews at test screenings. And then there was all the online blow back about the costume – which seemed to de-emphasize the patriotism and play up the comic’s Greek mythology. Ultimately, the wardrobe department went back to the drawing board.
Also not making the cut were Don Johnson’s return to TV in Mann’s World, a drama about a hairstylist, and the Civil War-era Western Reconstruction and Ron Moore’s magic cops drama 17th Precinct.
That leaves us waiting word on Chuck, The Event and the Law & Order franchise. Chuck is apparently looking likely to come back for season five.