Grab your bullet-deflecting bracelets and your golden lariat! Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman arrives on Blu-Ray today.

Wonder Woman: The Complete Collection offers a fully remastered look at the beloved 1970s TV show. The Blu-ray box set includes all three seasons and 59 episodes of the series, plus the TV movie that started it all.

Wonder Woman: The Complete Collection

The 10-disc set also includes a number of exclusive bonus features. Bonus features for Wonder Woman: The Complete Collection include audio commentaries and multiple featurettes about the impact of the series. Here’s a more detailed look at what’s included:

  • Audio commentary of the pilot movie by Lynda Carter & executive producer Douglas S. Cramer
  • Featurette – Beauty, Brawn and Bulletproof Bracelets: A Wonder Woman Retrospective
  • Featurette – Revolutionizing a Classic: From Comic Book to Television
  • Audio commentary by Lynda Carter on episode, “My Teenage Idol is Missing”
  • Featurette – Wonder Woman: The Ultimate Feminist Icon

Wonder Woman starred Lynda Carter in the title role, alongside Lyle Waggoner as Steve Trevor and Debra Winger as Wonder Girl/Drusilla. The show’s first season featured adventures set during the World War II era, like in the comics series. Seasons two and three jumped ahead to the 1970s, bringing Wonder Woman to the (then) modern era.

The TV movie pilot The New Original Wonder Woman premiered on November 7, 1975 on ABC. After its success, ABC debuted the Wonder Woman series in February of 1977. Seasons two and three moved to CBS. The final episode aired September 11, 1979.

You can order Wonder Woman: The Complete Collection on Amazon now.

Wonder Woman: Then and Now

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman

Carter’s TV series helped introduce new fans to the comics character in the ‘70s and beyond. 

Today, Wonder Woman continues to thrive on page and on screen. Fans eagerly await the theatrical release of Wonder Woman 1984. Warner Bros. pushed the summer premiere due to COVID-19 concerns. The new release date is set for October 2. Meanwhile, DC Comics recently released Wonder Woman 759 – The Battle Is Just Beginning.

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