'Wonder Woman' pilot lands at NBC, Ethan Hawke tries out TV

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David E. Kelley's reboot of "Wonder Woman" has landed at NBC. Though the network is said to have initially passed up the project during its executive shake-up, it's given a pilot order for the new incarnation of the comic book heroine and TV icon. Start placing your bets on casting... now.  [ THR]

Ethan Hawke could be headed to TV. FOX has given a pilot order to "Exit Strategy," a "high octane procedural" about 5 experts who assist the CIA, with Hawke attached to star and produce. His "Training Day" collaborator Antoine Fuqua will direct. [ Deadline]

"Raising Hope" boss Greg Garcia loves to keep things in the family. He's tapped his former "My Name is Earl" star Eddie Steeples for a gig on his new show. Details on his character and episode date are still developing. [ TVLine]

In addition to eying a "Glee"-esque scripted project about a the making of a Broadway show, NBC just delivered a pilot order for the half-hour comedy, "I Hate That I Love You" about a lesbian couple who become pregnant quickly after meeting. [ Vulture]
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