Watch Wonder Woman Online - Full Episodes
Seeing a comic book character come to life on a screen is very exciting! But when it's a female who fights evil and always wins, there is a certain charm and allure that captures audiences around the world! The plot is always pure and simple and contains enough action packed adventures to interest even the smallest of viewers. Wonder Woman herself believes in what she is doing and her passion for helping and saving gives every story a unique feel to which the viewer can relate.
Armed with strength, agility and weaponry that includes a magic belt, bracelets that can stop bullets, a tiara that is used as a throwing weapon, and the magic lasso that forces the enemy to tell only the truth, Wonder Woman navigates her way through the mire of human life. She has superhuman strength, can fly, and has outstanding combat skills and war tactics.
Wonder Woman comes from Paradise Island, where other females had fled many years ago to escape male persecution. While on this island, the women found a substance called Feminum that provided them with superhuman strength and made their weapons magical. During WW II, Major Steve Trevor of the U.S.Army crash lands on the island. Wonder Woman rescues him, secretly falls in love with Steve and under the name of Diana Prince, joins the U.S. Army Air Corps as a yeoman and returns to America as his secretary. She wears glasses and dresses like other females which prevents Steve from knowing that Diana and Wonder Woman are one in the same. Under this guise, she keeps her powers hidden until the need arises for super protection whereupon Diana emerges from a tremendous whirl as Wonder Woman! She not only stops the criminals in their tracks but she also turns them into productive humans.
This classic series offers the viewer goodhearted superhero action and the prevailing theme that good will win over evil. The language, behavior, and plots of the episodes are suitable for family viewing. With her examples of self-reliance, respect for human life, and her dislike of violence and aggression, Wonder Woman is an excellent role model.
Wonder Woman Full Episode Guide:
Season 3 (68 full episodes)
Episode 24 - Phantom of the Roller Coaster (2)
First Aired: September 11, 1979
Episode 23 - Phantom of the Roller Coaster (1)
First Aired: September 04, 1979
Episode 22 - The Man Who Could Not Die
First Aired: August 28, 1979
Episode 21 - The Boy Who Knew Her Secret (2)
First Aired: May 29, 1979
- Episode 20 - The Boy Who Knew Her Secret (1)
- Episode 19 - The Girl with a Gift for Disaster
- Episode 18 - A Date with Doomsday
- Episode 17 - The Richest Man in the World
- Episode 16 - Amazon Hot Wax
- Episode 15 - The Starships Are Coming
- Episode 14 - Spaced Out
- Episode 13 - Going, Going, Gone
- Episode 12 - Gault's Brain
- Episode 11 - Pot of Gold
- Episode 10 - Stolen Faces
- Episode 9 - The Deadly Dolphin
- Episode 8 - Skateboard Wiz
- Episode 7 - Time Bomb
- Episode 6 - Formicida
- Episode 5 - Disco Devil
- Episode 4 - The Fine Art of Crime
- Episode 3 - The Deadly Sting
- Episode 2 - Hot Wheels
- Episode 1 - My Teenage Idol Is Missing
Season 2 (62 full episodes)
- Episode 22 - The Murderous Missile
- Episode 21 - The Girl from Islandia
- Episode 20 - The Man Who Wouldn't Tell
- Episode 19 - Seance of Terror
- Episode 18 - Flight to Oblivion
- Episode 17 - I.R.A.C. Is Missing
- Episode 16 - Death in Disguise
- Episode 15 - Diana's Disappearing Act
- Episode 14 - Screaming Javelin
- Episode 13 - Light-Fingered Lady
- Episode 12 - The Deadly Toys
- Episode 11 - Mind Stealers from Outer Space, Part ...
- Episode 10 - Mind Stealers from Outer Space, Part ...
- Episode 9 - The Man Who Made Volcanoes
- Episode 8 - I Do, I Do
- Episode 7 - The Queen and the Thief
- Episode 6 - The Pied Piper
- Episode 5 - Knockout
- Episode 4 - The Bermuda Triangle Crisis
- Episode 3 - The Man Who Could Move the World
- Episode 2 - Anschluss '77
- Episode 1 - The Return of Wonder Woman
Season 1 (55 full episodes)
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Wonder Woman News
When a network passes on a pilot, we're often left wondering what it was like and why the network passed. But when a pilot has as much buzz as the "Wonder Woman" one did, there's a good chance it's not going to go away entirely. Three leaked scenes from the "Wonder Woman" pilot sort of explain why NBC passed on it. Watch them here.
The Wonder Woman pilot is dead. You might not have cared before, but maybe seeing a picture of Adrianne Palicki wearing the classic costume with revealing hotpants will change your mind. Click through for the full image!
Put your golden lassos away, people. The much-anticipated "Wonder Woman" pilot in development for NBC has been rejected by the network, so it looks like we won't be seeing Adrianne Palicki as the Amazon Princess on TV anytime soon. The show had a promising cast (Palicki, Cary Elwes, Elizabeth Hurley) and has some buzz out of the gate. Apparently the network screening for the show went poorly, though, and the show lost some buzz as time went on.
Phew! That was close. A while back we saw promo photos of Adrianne Palicki in her Wonder Woman costume for the new NBC pilot, and boy was it a disaster. You can see it pictured at left: shiny, cheap-looking fabric, blue boots, no stars...fans were in an uproar. Luckily, sometimes when fans get in an uproar they end up getting their way. Two new set photos from the show have been released, and the new, improved Wonder Woman costume looks much, much better.
Yesterday we were treated to the first image of "Wonder Woman" star Adrianne Palicki in her costume. Opinions differed widely on internet forums as to whether the new costume is any good. Personally, I like the addition of the pants and the removal of the stars, it makes the costume a bit more practical. However, the fact that the costume is shiny pleather head to toe and that the boots have been turned blue bother me.
I'll admit - when they first announced the new "Wonder Woman" TV series, I didn't think it would get off the ground. Superhero TV shows go into development constantly, and almost none of them ever make it out of that alive. Couple that with the difficulty they've had making a big-screen version of the character, which has been at some stage of development pretty much forever, and it seemed like a recipe for disaster.
Just last week, we learned that "Friday Night Lights" star Adrianne Palicki will be playing Wonder Woman in the upcoming NBC pilot. Well, the star-spangled heroine now has a villainess: Elizabeth Hurley. Earlier today, Hurley (who is known to most as the leading lady in the first "Austin Powers" movie or as the devil in the Brendan Fraser comedy "Bedazzled") tweeted that she is "Thrilled to be doing the NBC pilot Wonder Woman.
When NBC announced last October that they would be taking on a "Wonder Woman" TV series, the big question was who would take up the star-spangled mantle and wield the golden lasso. Now, we have an answer: the iconic comic book heroine will be played by Adrianne Palicki. Her name might not be one you recognize, but if you're a big TV and movie watcher you're sure to know Adrianne Palicki by her face, or maybe by her voice.