Wonder Woman will return for a second season in 2018, according to Warner Bros. Television and Warner Bros.’ sister company, Warner Bros., but not everyone is excited about it.

In a statement to EW, Wonder Women producer/writer/producer Amanda Silverman said, “I know the fans are passionate about Wonder Woman and are excited to return, but we can’t do it for everyone.”

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, WonderWomen producer/director/writer Michael Showalter told the magazine, “We don’t have to tell them, ‘You need to know that you need to go with the way we’re telling you, because it’s not for everyone.'”

In a follow-up interview with EW, Silverman acknowledged that “there are people who are going to hate the fact that we’re not telling them,” but said “we’re not trying to do it that way.

We’re trying to tell the story in the way that feels right to the people we love, in the best way we know how.”

So why not just tell it the way it feels to the folks we love?

Silverman has said the show would be a “darker, darker, darker” series, so fans would have to see it to believe it.

But with this season, there is hope for some hope, and it’s coming from the folks who made the show, not the ones who made it.

Wonder Woman has been on hiatus since season 2.

The show is in the midst of a revival, but this is the first time since the series began in 2011 that the series is not returning to television.

Wonder Woman was created by David Goyer and Deborah Snyder.

Snyder is also executive producer on the show and will be the writer and executive producer of the new series.

Wonder Women will be a continuation of the storyline from the first season.

But there will be some new characters in the mix, too, and we don’t know when they’ll be added to the mix.

This season, Diana Prince will play an executive assistant to an FBI agent in a new series called Wonder Woman: The New Frontier, a show about a young female police officer.

There will also be a new female superhero named Wonder Woman who will also have a role.

The characters in Wonder Woman are being described as “more diverse and more complex than they were in the first movie,” and that “we will not make the assumption that this is a whitewashing of women’s stories.”

The show will also star Amanda Silvermarch as a newly minted FBI agent who will be forced to work with a new team of superheroes as they try to uncover a mystery that will destroy the city of Metropolis.

Wonder Women was written and produced by Diana Prince and Rachae Cook, with the help of Amanda Silver, Michael Showaliter, Amanda Shires, and J.K. Simmons.

WonderWomen is set to debut in 2018 on the CW.

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