JoyHog’s Daily Bacon

SIZZLING Beyonce. Sure, the Ravens and 49ers put on a terrific show, but the pop princess was the real star of the Super Bowl. Joe Flacco. The Super Bowl MVP is America’s newest celebrity QB… and he’s going to strike it rich with a new contract. Robin Williams. Headed back to the small screen in a CBS comedy pilot from David E. Kelley. FIZZLING Bar Refaeli. Kissing a nerd for Go-Daddy.com. God-awful. Ranked last on...

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Wonder Women In The City
Feb02

Wonder Women In The City

More details are coming out about David E. Kelley/NBC’s pilot of Wonder Women. The site Bleeding Cool got a hold of the pilot script and it appears the show will portray the Amazonian princess as a Manhattan superheroine who pines for Steve Trevor and sings along to the radio. Also, there is a fight scene set to Beyonce’s “All The Single Ladies.” At least the bullet-deflecting bracelets made it...

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Bates Is Reason To Watch ‘Harry’s Law’
Jan17

Bates Is Reason To Watch ‘Harry’s Law’

“Harry’s Law”, which debuted Monday on NBC, is typical David E. Kelley — quirky characters, topical cases, long and passionate courtroom speeches. That formula worked well with “The Practice” and “Boston Legal,” but can it succeed again in today’s more sophisticated TV universe? “Harry’s Law’s” best asset — and, honestly, the only reason to watch...

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Kelley’s ‘Wonder Woman:’ No Deal
Jan08

Kelley’s ‘Wonder Woman:’ No Deal

Lynda Carter can keep her tiara for now. David E. Kelley’s highly-anticipated Wonder Woman TV reboot has been kicked to the sidelines. The five broadcast networks read Kelley’s contemporary take on the World War II-era superhero… and all five passed. Insiders are blaming bad timing, high license fees, and, in the case of ABC, a potential DC Comics-Marvel clash for the failure to achieve a deal. EW said Kelley’s...

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David And The Amazon Warrior
Oct01

David And The Amazon Warrior

The guy who created Ally McBeal is bringing Wonder Woman back to television. That’s right, the prolific David E. Kelley, who has created some of the best TV of the past two decades but none of it in the superhero vein, is reportedly working with Warner Bros. Television to write and produce a contemporary take on the DC Comics World War II-era heroine. Lynda Carter played Wonder Woman in the 1975-79 TV series, which was cool for...

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