This Friday, December 25, HBO Max will add Wonder Woman 1984 for one month. However, that won’t be the only Wonder Woman coming to the streaming service. HBO Max has announced that the ’70s Wonder Woman TV series starring Lynda Carter is also available now.
.@DCComics‘ @DCWonderWoman series starring @RealLyndaCarter is now available to stream on @HBOMax ahead of the highly anticipated premiere of @WonderWomanFilm in theaters and on HBO Max. pic.twitter.com/lN8AJiuPJY
— Inside HBO Max (@InsideHBOMax) December 23, 2020
Carter wasn’t the first actress to play Diana Prince/Wonder Woman. Regardless, she defined the role in the ’70s. During the first of three seasons, Wonder Woman was set in the ’40s. However, the subsequent two seasons were set in the present.
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Lyle Waggoner also starred in the series as Major Steve Trevor. But when the series shifted its timeframe to the ’70s, Waggoner played Steve Trevor Jr. instead of his father.
The Wonder Woman TV series is also streaming on DC Universe. But that may change when DC Universe becomes DC Universe Infinite next month. The DC Universe original series have already transferred over to HBO Max.
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